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Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is a student driven committee that promotes communication between the athletics administration and the student-athletes. The primary function of the committee is to provide a platform for student-athletes to offer input on the rules, regulations and policies that affect their lives on campus. Auburn's SAAC 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.

SAAC Objectives:

  • 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 students on changes that affect the athletics program & student-athlete welfare
  • Coordinate, implement and promote community service projects for all varsity teams
  • Exhibit and encourage a cohesive student-athlete community
  • Promote leadership development and opportunities
  • Work in conjunction with the Student-Athlete Enhancement Program
  • Assist with the planning and production of the annual AUSPY's Award Show

2016 Tiger Tailgate
SAAC Toy Drive 2014
SAAC Student-Athlete Day
Clothing Drive Photo Gallery

SAAC Executive Committee 2015-2016

President: Kullen Hlawek

Vice-President: Grant Schenk
Swimming & Diving

Secretary: Katie Boone Brooks
Track & Field

Treasure: Katie Ferking
Women's Basketball

Co-Publicity Coordinator: Macy Reece
Women's Volleyball

Co-Publicity Coordinator: Sydne Waldrop

Co-Community Service Coordinator: Stephanie Campbell
Women's Volleyball

Co-Community Service Coordinator: Reka Muller
Women's Tennis

Co-Community Service Coordinator: Cara Stricklin

Advisor: Janice Robinson
Athletic Admin.
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