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NCAA Division II independent schools are four-year institutions that field intercollegiate teams in football and other sports, but which are not formally affiliated with any athletic conference.

All-sports IndependentsEdit

Provisional Division II memberEdit

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology [1] Rapid City, South Dakota Hardrockers 1885 Public 2,354

Football-only IndependentsEdit

Full Division II memberEdit

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Primary
Conference
Alderson–Broaddus College Philippi, West Virginia Battlers 1871 Private 800 G-MAC
University of North Carolina at Pembroke Pembroke, North Carolina Braves 1887 Public 6,433 Peach Belt
North Greenville University* Tigerville, South Carolina Crusaders 1891 Private 2,260 Conference Carolinas
Oklahoma Panhandle State University Goodwell, Oklahoma Aggies 1909 Public 1,550 Heartland

Future memberEdit

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Joining Primary
Conference
Limestone College Gaffney, South Carolina Saints 1845 Private 3,300 2014 Conference Carolinas

Exploratory Division II memberEdit

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Primary
Conference
McMurry University Abilene, Texas War Hawks 1923 Private 1,430 Heartland

Non-football IndependentsEdit

Full Division II memberEdit

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment
Oakland City University Oakland City, Indiana Mighty Oaks 1885 Private 2,350
Palm Beach Atlantic University West Palm Beach, Florida Sailfish 1968 Christian 3,260
Washington Adventist University Takoma Park, Maryland Shock 1904 Private 1,493

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