|Region||Central United States
|Commissioner||Al Waller (since 1996)|
The Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) was an intercollegiate athletic conference that competed in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Members of the conference were located in the Midwest United States and were located in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.
Since 1994 when MCAC was established, to the time it dissolved in 2015, the conference only had two commissioners.
The conference has board made up of representatives from the member institutions, and one person from a school is selected as the board's president for two years.
|Bellevue University||Bellevue, Nebraska||1966||Bruins||1994||2015||North Star|
|Central Baptist College||Conway, Arkansas||1952||Mustangs||2011||2015||American Midwest|
|Central Christian College of Kansas||McPherson, Kansas||1884||Tigers||2002||2015||Independent|
|Haskell Indian Nations University||Lawrence, Kansas||1884||Fighting Indians||2001||2015||Independent|
|Oklahoma Wesleyan University||Bartlesville, Oklahoma||1959||Eagles||1994||2015||Kansas Collegiate|
|College of the Ozarks||Point Lookout, Missouri||1906||Bobcats||1994||2015||Independent|
|College of Saint Mary||Omaha, Nebraska||1923||Flames||1994||2015||Great Plains|
|Waldorf College||Forest City, Iowa||1903||Warriors||2012||2015||North Star|
|York College||York, Nebraska||1890||Panthers||1994||2015||Independent (2015);
Kansas Collegiate (2016-future)
|Avila University||Kansas City, Missouri||1916||Eagles||1994||2000||Heart of America|
|Newman University||Wichita, Kansas||1933||Jets||1999||2006||Heartland
|Park University||Parkville, Missouri||1875||Pirates||1994||2009||American Midwest|
|Peru State College||Peru, Nebraska||1865||Bobcats||2000||2011||Heart of America|
|University of Saint Mary||Leavenworth, Kansas||1859||Spires||1994||1999||Kansas Collegiate|
|Southwestern Christian University||Bethany, Oklahoma||1946||Eagles||2010||2013||Sooner|
The Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference fielded 11 sports (5 men's and 6 women's), which includes:
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