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Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)



The mission of the NCAA Division II Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity for all student-athletes; protecting student-athlete welfare; and fostering a positive student-athlete image.

Morehouse College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

Morehouse's SAAC is a student-athlete oriented committee that provides cognitive perception of the NCAA, SIAC, and Morehouse rules, regulations, and policies that affect the welfare of student-athletes at Morehouse College. The committee serves as a liaison between the athletic administration and the at large student-athlete body. In addition, it has accepted the college's commitment to servant leadership via community service and engagement.


The mission of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is to promote a positive and productive image for the student-athletes on the campus of Morehouse College. The SAAC will promote a strong foundation of excellence of and for quality athletes, which will enable the SAAC to be a productive committee within the athletic department.


This committee shall:
  • Exercise supervision and regulate all matters of common interest to student-athletes on Morehouse College's Campus.
  • Develop an effective line of communication between the Maroon Tiger Athletic Department and the student-athlete population.
  • Provide suggestions on programs designed to serve the student-athlete population.
  • Encourage active participation among all sports in campus and community service projects.
  • Design and implement programs that will encourage high scholastic achievement, sound personal health and fitness, and that will promote good moral and ethical conduct.
  • Disseminate information about and educate student-athletes on proposed conference and NCAA legislation.
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