Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

Division I SAAC finalizes time management discussions

Division I SAAC has worked diligently to ensure college athletes’ time is properly balanced between academics, athletics and other pursuits.

DIII SAAC continues mental health work

Earlier this year, Division III Student-Athlete Advisory Committee members made educating their peers on mental health issues a priority.

Division I SAAC addresses time demands

The Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will support seven concepts proposed by the Division I Student-Athlete Experience Committee.

DIII institutes conference grant change

Division III institutions that share a conference with a school on restricted membership status will no longer receive less conference grant funding.

Division III SAAC sets goals for coming year

The Division III Student-Athlete Advisory Committee decided, over the next year, it would dedicate itself to assisting in the ongoing efforts to improve the environment at Division III athletics contests, educating fellow student-athletes on mental health issues and working to give more of their peers an opportunity to attend the NCAA Convention.

SUNY Oneonta wins DIII ‘It’s On Us’ video contest

The school’s SAAC is the winner of this year’s Division III It’s On Us video contest, which raises awareness regarding campus sexual assaults and preventive measures.

Temple wins Division I It's On Us video contest

Temple University’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee has been named the winner of this year’s NCAA Division I SAAC It’s On Us video contest to raise awareness surrounding campus sexual assaults and preventive measures. Temple’s video will debut this weekend before the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Four semifinal games.

2016 Division III National SAAC Video Contest

What is it? The Division III National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) would like to invite all NCAA campuses to create a video promoting the It’s On Us campaign, focusing on consent and bystander intervention. The Division III...

SAAC reveals time demands survey results at Division I Issues Forum

Throughout Division I, those who work in college athletics are asking questions about how student-athletes spend their time – and whether the demands of sports allow adequate time for coursework, sleep and a chance to just be college students. This week at the NCAA Convention in San Antonio, Division I schools and conferences began getting some initial feedback from a constituency that knows this issue well: college athletes themselves.


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