|St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
||9 full, 1 associate
||14 (men's: 7; women's: 7)
||St. Louis, Missouri
The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) is an NCAA Division III collegiate athletic conference in the Midwestern United States. There are nine full member institutions as of 2008.
On March 13, 2007, it was announced that the SLIAC would be re-adding football to their conference beginning in Fall 2008. The football members of the conference were to be: Blackburn College, Eureka College, Greenville College, new member Huntingdon College, new member LaGrange College, MacMurray College, The Principia, and Westminster College. However, the SLIAC dropped its sponsorship of football in 2009 after Blackburn dropped its football program and Principia suspended its program.
Member schools 
Current members 
||Private/Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
||Webster Groves, Missouri
Associate members 
Former members 
- Parks College's academic programs were moved to Saint Louis University main campus in August 1996.
Membership timeline 
- September 1989: SLIAC chartered with Blackburn, Fontbonne, Maryville, Parks, Principia and Webster the original members.
- Conference begans first season in September 1990, MacMurray and Westminster join the charter members.
- Greenville joins the conference in September 1995, bringing SLIAC membership to nine schools.
- April 1996 Parks competes in its final conference event. Parks closed after the 1995-96 year and its academic programs were moved to the Saint Louis University campus.
- September 2006, Eureka and Lincoln Christian begin play as the ninth and tenth members of the conference.
- September 2008, Huntingdon and LaGrange join the conference as football only members as football is reestablished as a conference sport for the first time since 1999.
- April 2009, SLIAC decides to end sponsorship of football after two programs fold. Huntingdon and LaGrange end football affiliation with the conference.
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