Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

DI Council approves civic engagement legislation that includes Election Day

Division I student-athletes will not practice and compete, among other countable athletically related activities, on the first Tuesday after Nov. 1 every year, including the upcoming Election Day on Nov. 3.

Braly Keller relishes impact through leading Division III SAAC

Braly Keller’s involvement in the Division III National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee almost felt like it was two decades in the making.

DI SAAC advances civic engagement proposal that includes Election Day off

The Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee on Tuesday recommended the Division I Council adopt a legislative proposal to specify that countable athletically related activities be prohibited on the first Tuesday after Nov. 1 every year, including the 2020 Election Day on Nov. 3.

Shillow’s journey to DII SAAC chair a ‘once-in-a-lifetime experience’

Alex Shillow’s experience in SAAC has been full of moments showing the power of the student-athlete voice and has solidified his career aspirations.

Former Bowling Green basketball player leading Division I SAAC

The former walk-on at Bowling Green didn’t log a whole lot of minutes and scored only 9 points throughout his four-year career. However, he had a strong reputation for being the team’s hype man.

DI SAAC seeking feedback on legislative proposal for Election Day off

The Division I National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is seeking feedback from Division I’s Legislative Committee and Student-Athlete Experience Committee on a legislative proposal to specify that countable athletically related activities be prohibited on Election Days.

Student-athlete voices valued in decisions for fall

Student-athlete voices are helping shape decisions at the campus and conference level.

Responding to the need

Health care workers are one example of front-line workers across an array of industries who are putting their lives on the line to help others during this pandemic. And many are former or current student-athletes.

An Open Letter to NCAA Student-Athletes

The NCAA exists because of student-athletes. The decision to cancel all remaining winter and spring championships was made in the best interest of our collective society and community. Such an unprecedented and monumental decision was not made to disregard the student-athlete experience but rather to protect it.

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