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|Iowa Community College Athletic Conference|
|Sports fielded||25 (13 men's, 12 women's)|
The Iowa Community College Athletic Conference (ICCAC) is the Region XI member of the National Junior College Athletic Association. The Commissioner's Office, headquartered in Ames, Iowa oversees 25 sports. Conference championships are held in most sports and individuals can be named to All-Conference and All-Academic teams.
|Des Moines Area Community College||Boone, Iowa||1966||25,425||Bears|
|Ellsworth Community College||Iowa Falls, Iowa||1890||1,100||Panthers|
|Hawkeye Community College||Waterloo, Iowa||1966||N/A||RedTails|
|Indian Hills Community College||Ottumwa, Iowa||1966||5,520||Warriors/Falcons|
|Iowa Central Community College||Fort Dodge, Iowa||1966||5,697||Tritons|
|Iowa Lakes Community College||Estherville, Iowa||1924||2,349||Lakers|
|Iowa Western Community College||Council Bluffs, Iowa||1967||5,500||Reivers|
|Kirkwood Community College||Cedar Rapids, Iowa||1966||17,625||Eagles|
|Little Priest Tribal College||Winnebago, Nebraska||1996||95||Warriors|
|Marshalltown Community College||Marshalltown, Iowa||1927||2,971||Tigers|
|Muscatine Community College||Muscatine, Iowa||1929||1,800||Cardinals|
|North Iowa Area Community College||Mason City, Iowa||1918||2,353||Trojans|
|Northeast Community College||Norfolk, Nebraska||1928||2,343||Hawks|
|Scott Community College||Bettendorf, Iowa||1966||5,026||Eagles|
|Southeastern Community College||Burlington, Iowa||1920||3,601||Blackhawks|
|Southwestern Community College||Creston, Iowa||1926||1,785||Spartans|
Member teams compete in:
The ICCAC, along with primary sponsor, The Graphic Edge, put on two annual bowl games the first Sunday of December at the UNI-Dome. The two games feature the top two teams from the football conference the Iowa schools currently fielding the sport are affiliated with. In what used to be the Midwest Football Conference, featuring ten teams including several programs from Illinois, Michigan, North Dakota and now defunct Iowa teams NIACC and Waldorf; the remaining three NJCAA programs in Iowa compete for the ICCAC title.
The top two teams in the standings receive auto-bids to The Graphic Edge Bowl. The second place team plays in the 11 AM kickoff, and the first place team plays in the 3:30 PM kickoff. The two at-large bids vary from year-to-year, but recent tendency is that the 11 AM game features one of the better teams from MCAC (Minnesota College Athletic Conference) and that the later game features a highly ranked opponent.