The Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) seeks a dynamic, collaborative, and talented leader to serve as the next commissioner.
The Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC), formed in 1992, is a NCAA Division III collegiate athletic conference in the Mid-Atlantic Unitedph States (Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania). The conference was formed to meet the needs of small, independent, regionally accredited, residential four-year colleges that share common academic philosophies and goals and that place primary emphasis on the academic progress of students. The Colonial States Athletic Conference consists of ten (10) private liberal arts colleges. The members of the conference are: Bryn Athyn College, Cairn University, Cedar Crest College, Clarks Summit University, Keystone College, Notre Dame of Maryland University, Rosemont College, Saint Elizabeth University, University of Valley Forge, and Wilson College (Pennsylvania). The conference sponsors 16 sports programs in Field Hockey, Men’s and Women’s Cross Country, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Volleyball, Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Baseball, Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse, Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track & Field, Softball, and Women’s Tennis.
The mission of the Colonial States Athletic Conference is to provide quality, broad-based athletics experiences to the student-athletes of its member institutions. Consistent with the philosophy, values, and goals of its members and the NCAA Division III, the conference provides for equitable treatment of all student-athletes, ensures every sport is valued, and places importance on participation and reaching one’s potential.
The conference maintains a mailing address on the campus of Rosemont College; however, all conference employees currently work remotely. The selected candidate will be expected to work in a mutually agreed upon, yet to be determined campus office location or remotely within the conference footprint of Maryland, New Jersey, or Pennsylvania. The conference commissioner is expected to travel frequently.