|1984 NAIA Division I football season|
|Regular season||August–November 1984|
|Postseason||December 1–15, 1984|
|National Championship||Estes Stadium|
The 1984 NAIA Division I football season was the 15th season of play of the NAIA's top division for football.
The season was played from August to November 1984 and culminated in the 1984 NAIA Champion Bowl, played this year on December 15, 1984 at Estes Stadium in Conway, Arkansas on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas.
Carson–Newman and Central Arkansas played to a tie, 19–19, in the Champion Bowl and both teams were named co-national champions, Carson–Newman's second NAIA title and Central Arkansas' first.
|Arkansas Intercollegiate||Central Arkansas||6–0|
|Central States||Kearney State||6–1|
|NIC||Moorhead State (MN)
|Oklahoma||East Central State||4–0|
December 1, 1984
December 8, 1984
|1984 Champion Bowl|
December 15, 1984
|Saginaw Valley State*||30|
|Saginaw Valley State||21|
|East Central State*||20|