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Elevation By Conference

Conference Average campus
elevation
Mountain West 3,473 feet (2012), 3,650 feet (2013)
Big Sky 2,968 feet
WAC 1,967 feet
Summit League 1,295 feet
Pac 12 1,205 feet

Elevation data obtained from the USGS Geographic Names Information System

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