Southern States Athletic Conference
|Southern States Athletic Conference
|Sports fielded||15 (men's: 7; women's: 8)|
|Region||Southeastern United States
Region XIII of the NAIA
|Former names||Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference (1999–2004)|
The Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) is a collegiate athletic league in the United States. The 14 member universities compete in 13 sports in the NAIA. Basketball teams compete in Division I of the NAIA.
The Southern States Athletic Conference was established as the Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference was March 16, 1999. On June 27, 2004, the conference changed its name to the Southern States Athletic Conference.
|Bethel University||McKenzie, Tennessee||1842||2,975||Wildcats||2013|
|Blue Mountain College||Blue Mountain, Mississippi||1873||505||Toppers||2013|
|Brenau University||Gainesville, Georgia||1878||2,000||Golden Tigers||1999|
|Brewton–Parker College||Mount Vernon, Georgia||1904||1,050||Barons||1999|
|College of Coastal Georgia||Brunswick, Georgia||1961||3,438||Mariners||2012|
|Dalton State College||Dalton, Georgia||1963||5,047||Roadrunners||2014|
|Faulkner University||Montgomery, Alabama||1942||3,703||Eagles||1999|
|Loyola University New Orleans||New Orleans, Louisiana||1904||4,858||Wolfpack||2010|
|Martin Methodist College||Pulaski, Tennessee||1870||1,001||Red Hawks||2013|
|Middle Georgia State University||Macon, Georgia||2013||8,150||Knights||2014|
|University of Mobile||Mobile, Alabama||1961||1,577||Rams||2010|
|William Carey University||Hattiesburg, Mississippi||1906||3,250||Crusaders||2010|
- Brenau — women's sports only.
- Columbia College — women's sports only.
- North Georgia College and State — school name and nickname reflect those used during SSAC membership. NGCSU was consolidated with Gainesville State College to become University of North Georgia and the nickname was changed to Nighthawks.
Full member (non-football)
The SSAC holds championships in the following 15 sports:
|Track & Field Outdoor|