The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is a student run committee that promotes communication between the athletics administration and the student-athletes. The primary function of the committee is to give student-athletes an official voice in making recommendations on issues affecting their daily lives and welfare. Auburn's SAAC is comprised of representatives from each athletic team. The committee consists of two to four representatives from each of the varsity athletic teams. SAAC is one of the leadership opportunities afforded to Auburn student-athletes.
What does SAAC do?
Discuss and address the concerns of student-athletes
Promote effective communication with the Auburn University Athletics Department Administration, coaches, staff, student-athletes and campus personnel
Provide input on NCAA, SEC, and Auburn University policies
Inform athletes on changes that affect the athletics program & student-athlete welfare
Coordinate, implement and promote community service projects for all varsity teams
Exhibits and encourages a cohesive student-athlete community
Promotes leadership development and opportunities
Works in conjunction with the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program
Assist with the planning and production of the annual AUSPY's Award Show