The ACAC is joined by Red Deer College, Medicine Hat College, Grande Prairie Regional College, Grant MacEwan College, Lakeland College, Keyano College, Portage College, Olds College, Concordia University College of Alberta, The King's University College, University of Calgary, Ambrose University College, St. Mary's University College and Briercrest College. View Upcoming ACAC Championships
The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association enriches the academic experiences of student-athletes by providing leadership, programs and services that foster development through high-level competitive opportunities in intercollegiate sport. The CCAA student-athletes compete in seven sports at 10 CCAA national championships, each hosted by one of 94 CCAA member institutions which includes colleges, universities, technical institutes and cégeps across eight provinces in Canada. View Upcoming CCAA Championships
2019 ACAC Curling Championship
Feb. 22-24, 2019
Hosted by Olds College
Olds College is honoured to host the 2019 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Curling Championships. The top curlers from Alberta will compete to determine this year's ultimate curling teams. The top teams will continue on to 2019 CCAA Curling National Championships in Fredericton, NB from March 15 - 19, 2019.