June 9, 2017

List Of NCAA Division I Schools

College Football Teams

List Of NCAA Division I Schools

Division 1 Football Schools

(Division I-A Teams)

Football Bowl Subdivison: Schools that are part of the FBS provide 85 full ride college athletic scholarships. FBS football teams vie for bowl games at the end of the year. These games are governed by the BCS. Below is a list of division 1 football colleges.

For a list of division 3 schools also called diii football, division iii football, and d3football, see a separate post.

For junior colleges football, see a separate post.

 

ACC

Boston College
Clemson
Duke
Florida State
Georgia Tech
Maryland
Miami (FL)
North Carolina
North Carolina State
Virginia
Virginia Tech
Wake Forest

Big 12

Baylor
Iowa State
Kansas
Kansas State
Missouri
Oklahoma
Oklahoma State
Texas
Texas A&M
Texas Tech

Big East

Cincinnati
Connecticut

Louisville
Pittsburgh
Rutgers
South Florida
Syracuse
West Virginia

Big Ten

Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Northwestern
Ohio State
Penn State
Purdue
Wisconsin

Conference USA

East Carolina
Houston
Marshall
Memphis
Rice
Southern Methodist
Southern Miss
Tulane
Tulsa
UAB
UCF

UTEP

IA Independents

Army
Brigham Young
Navy
Notre Dame

Mid-American

Akron
Ball State
Bowling Green
Buffalo
Central Michigan
Eastern Michigan
Kent State
Miami (OH)
Northern Illinois
Ohio
Temple
Toledo
Western Michigan

Mountain West

Air Force
Boise State
Colorado State
New Mexico
San Diego State
TCU
UNLV
Wyoming

Pacific-12

Arizona
Arizona State
California
Colorado
Oregon
Oregon State
Stanford
UCLA
USC
Utah
Washington
Washington State

SEC

Alabama
Arkansas
Auburn
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
LSU
Mississippi State
Ole Miss
South Carolina
Tennessee
Vanderbilt

Sun Belt

Arkansas State
Florida Atlantic
Florida International
Louisiana-Lafayette
Louisiana-Monroe
Middle Tennessee
North Texas
Troy
Western Kentucky

WAC

Fresno State
Hawaii
Idaho
Louisiana Tech
Nevada
New Mexico State
San Jose State
Utah State

 

FCS (Division I-AA Teams)

Football Championship Subdivision otherwise known as the FCS division provides 63 total college athletic scholarships or their equivalencies to award each year. The FCS has a single elimination championship tournament at the end of the year to declare the winner of the FCS.

Big Sky

Eastern Washington
Idaho State
Montana
Montana State
Northern Arizona
Northern Colorado
Portland State
Sacramento State
Weber State

Big South

Charleston Southern
Coastal Carolina
Gardner-Webb
Liberty
Presbyterian
Stony Brook
Virginia Military Institute

CAA

Delaware
James Madison
Maine
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Old Dominion
Rhode Island
Richmond
Towson
Villanova
William & Mary

Great West

Cal Poly
North Dakota
South Dakota
Southern Utah
UC Davis

IAA Independents

Georgia State
South Alabama
Texas State
UTSA

Ivy

Brown
Columbia
Cornell
Dartmouth
Harvard
Pennsylvania
Princeton
Yale

MEAC

Bethune-Cookman
Delaware State
Florida A&M
Hampton
Howard
Morgan State
Norfolk State
North Carolina A&T
North Carolina Central
Savannah State
South Carolina State

Missouri Valley

Illinois State
Indiana State

Missouri State
North Dakota State
Northern Iowa
South Dakota State
Southern Illinois
Western Illinois
Youngstown State

Northeast

Albany
Bryant University
Central Connecticut State
Duquesne
Monmouth
Robert Morris
Sacred Heart
St. Francis (PA)
Wagner

Ohio Valley

Austin Peay
Eastern Illinois
Eastern Kentucky
Jacksonville State
Murray State
Southeast Missouri State
Tennessee State
Tennessee Tech
Tennessee-Martin

Patriot League

Bucknell
Colgate
Fordham
Georgetown
Holy Cross
Lafayette
Lehigh
Pioneer
Butler
Campbell
Davidson
Dayton
Drake
Jacksonville
Marist
Morehead State
San Diego
Valparaiso

Southern

Appalachian State
Chattanooga
Citadel
Elon
Furman
Georgia Southern
Samford
Western Carolina
Wofford

Southland

Central Arkansas
Lamar
McNeese State
Nicholls State
Northwestern State
Sam Houston State
Southeastern Louisiana
Stephen F. Austin

SWAC

Alabama A&M
Alabama State
Alcorn State
Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Grambling State
Jackson State

Mississippi Valley State
Prairie View A&M
Southern University
Texas Southern

 

Football by the Numbers Table

Schools Offering Football
NCAA Division I-A 120
NCAA Division I-AA 118
NCAA Division II 157
NCAA Division III 239
NAIA 91
Junior College 69
Total 794
Athletic Scholarship Opportunities
Division I-A(per school) 85
Division I-AA(per school) 63
Division II(per school) 36
NAIA 24
NJCAA (*varies per school) 85
Student-Athlete Participation
NCAA Division I-A 14,146
NCAA Division I-AA 11,958
NCAA Division II 15,655
NCAA Division III 23,120
NAIA 5,556
Junior College 5,031
HS Student-Athletes 1,109,278


Division I Stats Averages Table

The following are averages stats for Division I football players. It is important to remember that these are only averages that you should shoot for in your Freshman and Sophomore seasons. If you want a ncaa athletic scholarship, find the level that is the best fit for you. Some college football Division I players will have higher stats and some will have slightly lower stats, but most will fall within these ranges. Most Division FBS programs will recruit players with these stats or better.

Note: Division 1 stats should be obtained by a player’s junior year off-season.

Preferred Grades for All Divisions:3.0 GPA + 24 ACT + 1000 SAT (out of 1600)

(tables courtesy NCSASports.org)

 

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