Although the NJCAA was founded in California, it no longer operates there, having been supplanted by the unaffiliated California Community College Athletic Association. The NJCAA only allowed male competitors until 1975, when it established a women's division following the enactment of Title IX.
National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national football champions: 1954 Hinds Junior College. 1956 Coffeyville Community College. 1957 Texarkana College. 1958 Boise Junior College. 1959 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College. 1960 Tyler Junior College and Cameron State Agricultural College (co-champions)
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Highland (Kan.) and Johnson County compete in Division I baseball but have Division II teams in all other sports (except Highland football because NJCAA football is not split into divisions). See also. List of NJCAA Division II schools; List of NJCAA Division III schools; References
Pages in category "National Junior College Athletic Association" The following 17 pages are in this category, out of 17 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
This is a list of schools of United States community colleges that offer a football program. The two largest associations are the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA). In the NJCAA, of 512 member colleges, 54 sponsored a football program, as of June, 2020.
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NJCAA Weekend Preview: Football. October 06, 2021 Football. NJCAA joins DuPage in mourning the loss of former head coach. September 30, 2021 Football.