NCAA Division I independent schools (basketball)

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NCAA Division I independent basketball schools are four-year institutions that do not belong to a basketball conference or a primary conference for all sports teams.

There will be only one independent school for the 2013-14 athletic season, New Jersey Institute of Technology. NJIT became an independent school on July 1, 2013; after the Great West Conference, NJIT's former conference home, dissolved due to all other conference members leaving for more established conferences.


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Below are the current institutions listed as Division I Independents in men's basketball:

Institution Nickname Location Founded Type Enrollment Future Conference
New Jersey Institute of Technology Highlanders Newark, New Jersey 1881 Public 9,944

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