SLIAC SAAC Officers
President: Matt Mulhearn, Webster University
Vice-President: Rob Shifrin, Westminster College
Advisor: Merry Graf, Webster University, SWA/Volleyball Coach
SLIAC List Serve
Member of the Conference SAAC group or a SAAC advisor on your campus with a question for other members of the group? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is SAAC?
The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) is a committee of student-athletes that serve as a communication link between the conference member student-athletes and the athletics administration of the SLIAC member institutions. SAAC members are expected to represent the viewpoints of student-athletes on their respective campuses and to serve as a vital communication link between the Conference and its student-athletes.
SAAC members also look to enhance the image of student-athletes both on campus and in the community through engaging in campus and community service projects and to serve as positive role models for their peers and younger athletes. The committee also serves as a voice for issues that involve rules, regulations, and policies that affect student-athletes.
SLIAC SAAC Service Award
In 2013 the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference initiated a conference service award, recognizing an institution that went above and beyond in giving back to their community. The conference utilized a conference-wide canned food drive competition to determine a winner during each sport season and one overall winner for the academic year. In 2016 the SLIAC further developed the award criteria to include community service projects, collections (food and clothing), and donations. Full criteria are listed below:
Institution SAAC Pages:
|Blackburn College||Eureka College||Fontbonne University|
|Greenville College||MacMurray College||Principia College|
|Spalding University||Webster University||Westminster College|
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