|Classification||NCAA Division III|
|States|| Maryland, New York,|
New Jersey, Pennsylvania,
District of Columbia,
|Commissioner||John A. Reeves|
|Assistant Commissioner||Joel Cookson|
The Landmark Conference is an intercollegiate athletic conference affiliated with the NCAA’s Division III. Member institutions are located in the eastern United States in the States of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Washington, D.C..
|The Catholic University of America||Washington, D.C.||Cardinals||1887||Private/Catholic||5,510|
|Drew University||Madison, New Jersey||Rangers||1867||Private/Methodist||2,647|
|Goucher College||Towson, Maryland||Gophers||1885||Private/Non-sectarian||1,475|
|Juniata College||Huntingdon, Pennsylvania||Eagles||1876||Private/Church of the Brethren||1,449|
|Moravian College||Bethlehem, Pennsylvania||Greyhounds||1742||Private/Moravian||1,792|
|Susquehanna University||Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania||Crusaders||1858||Private/Lutheran||1,900|
|United States Merchant Marine Academy||Kings Point, New York||Mariners||1942||Federal||910|
|University of Scranton||Scranton, Pennsylvania||Royals||1888||Private/Catholic||5,160|
Football is not sponsored by the Landmark Conference due to only having American football programs at 5 of the institutions. Therefore, the United States Merchant Marine Academy and Susquehanna University compete in the Liberty League; Juniata College and Moravian College compete in the Centennial Conference while Catholic University of America plays in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.