Interested in joining SAC?

Membership is open year-round to fellow Shockers interested in enhancing campus life and building lasting relationships. Stop by any of our committee meetings to get connected.

Member Meetings | Tuesday's at 4:15 p.m. in RSC 233

Member Expectations

  • Be a positive example of SAC
  • Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Regularly attend weekly SAC Member Meetings (no more than 3 excused absences per semester)
  • Serve on an SAC Committee to plan, market, and execute events
  • Support the events and initiatives of other SAC Committee Events
  • Take advantage of member development opportunities (socials, workshops, etc.)
  • Attend SAC Member Retreat (1 per semester)
  • HAVE FUN!

About Our Committees

Members are active contributors to planning SAC events through committee breakouts. Committee members design, plan, and implement event concepts and marketing plans for SAC events that enhance the campus community. Members are encouraged to be at all committee led events and volunteer at other SAC/committee sponsored programs. 

Arts & Culture

This committee coordinates arts centered programs such as demonstrations, maker market, and travel to museums and galleries across the region.

Interactive Programs

Create programs that bring people together and immerse them in an engaging environment. Programs include dance parties, road trips, gaming nights, and discounted tickets to events in the community.

Marketing Team

This group is led by the SAC VP of Marketing and is responsible for the promotion of SAC programs and initiatives. Team members distribute marketing materials to on and off-campus location, create content for social media campaigns, and are drivers for the overall brand of SAC.

Shocker Night Life

SNL hosts live entertainment and evening events like hypnotists, casino night, comedians, and more. Members engage with artists, promote events, and create an inviting environment for attendees.

Traditions

Build lifelong connections to campus by planning programs like Homecoming. Committee members plan Wu's Birthday Bash, represent the student voice for the University Homecoming Committee, and coordinate the Spirit Competition.


FAQ's

Can I commit?

SAC relies on its members to host amazing campus experiences and we want you to want to be there. Members should be able to attend weekly meetings and participate in committee sponsored activities.

What happens in the meeting?
The first half of the meeting is spent discussing general organization updates. At 5:30 p.m. we begin committee breakouts to plan our events.
What is the benefit of being an SAC member?
SAC members make lifelong friendships with their peers, expand their professional network, develop essential career readiness skills through event planning, promotion, and execution.
When do I become an official member?

To become an official member you must attend at least two committee meetings and volunteer at one SAC sponsored program. You'll receive your SAC T-shirt before your first event! 

 


Begin your journey here!

Submit a membership application indicating which committee you are interested in joining. The chairperson of that committee will reach out to you to introduce themselves. We invite you to go ahead and attend the next committee meeting if you do not here back from them in time.