Georgia Junior College Athletic Association
Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association
Established 2010
Association National Junior College Athletic Association
Members 15
Sports fielded 19 (men's: 10; women's: 9)
Region Georgia
Headquarters Demorest, Georgia
Commissioner David Elder
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The Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association (also known as GCAA) is a college athletic conference and member of the National Junior College Athletic Association in the NJCAA Region XVII. Members of the GCAA include technical and community colleges in the U.S. state of Georgia. Conference championships are held in most sports and individuals can be named to All-Conference and All-Academic teams. The conference is the successor to the Georgia Junior College Athletic Association (GJCAA), which began in 1967. In 2010, All of the existing members of the GJCAA joined the newly organized Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association.


Institution Location Nickname Founded Enrollment Joined
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Tifton Stallions 1908 3,284 2010
Albany Technical College Albany Titans 1961 4,000 2010
Andrew College Cuthbert Fighting Tigers 1854 350 2010
Atlanta Metropolitan State College Atlanta Trailblazers 1965 2,001 2010
Central Georgia Technical College Macon Titans 1962 3,896 2010
East Georgia State College Swainsboro Bobcats 1973 2,384 2010
Georgia Highlands College Rome Chargers 1970 5,529 2011
Georgia Military College Milledgeville Bulldogs 1879 1,200 2010
Gordon State College Barnesville Highlanders 1872 4,555 2010
Oxford College of Emory University Oxford Eagles 1836 753 2010
South Georgia State College Douglas Hawks 1906 1,959 2010
South Georgia Technical College Americus Jets 1948 1,972 2010
Southern Crescent Technical College Griffin Tigers 1961 501 2010
West Georgia Technical College Waco Golden Knights 2008 3,000 2010

Former members

See also

Institution Location Nickname Years New Conference Classification
College of Coastal Georgia Brunswick Mariners 2010 - 2011 Southern States Athletic Conference NAIA Division I
Young Harris College Young Harris Mountain Lions 2010 - 2011 Peach Belt Conference NCAA Division II
Middle Georgia Technical College Warner Robins Titans 2010 - 2013 Consolidated with Central Georgia Technical College N/A
Waycross College Waycross Swamp Foxes 2010 - 2013 Consolidated with South Georgia State College N/A
Middle Georgia State College Macon Knights 2010 - 2014 Southern States Athletic Conference NAIA Division I
Georgia Perimeter College Decatur Jaguars 2010 - 2015 Consolidated with Georgia State University N/A
Georgia Northwestern Technical College Rome Bobcats 2010 - ? Discontinued intercollegiate competition N/A
North Georgia Technical College Clarkesville Wolves 2010 - ? Discontinued intercollegiate competition N/A
Darton State College Albany Cavaliers 2010 - 2016 Consolidated with Albany State University N/A
Chattahoochee Technical College Marietta Eagles 2010 - 2016 Discontinued intercollegiate competition N/A

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