SAA is about building traditions, creating memories, and establishing relationships to last a lifetime.
The Student Alumni Association, formed in 1989, is a student-run organization committed to promoting and supporting the establishment of new traditions at USI. Traditions help create a sense of unity between past, present, and future students while creating lasting memories. We work to build school spirit through events like the "Craziest Fan" and the "Ugliest Sweater Contest." As well as having "Spirit Days" on campus. We want USI students to be proud of their school and show their school pride through involvment and wearing USI attire. Another goal is to foster better relationships and provide a link between USI's students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Through various student-alumni activities and programs, SAA encourages students to become involved with USI and to stay involved after graduating. SAA members are known as the "Tradition Keepers."
If you like to volunteer, be a part of traditions, work with Alumni, and are proud to be a USI student, then SAA is the organization for you. Join Today!
The SAA works to maintain and create new USI traditions. Members of the association work with Alumni in putting on events and programs to engage the students and create lasting memories of their time here at USI.
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Sarah B. Harlan
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