Student Alumni Association receives national recognition

Posted September 04, 2013

Abilene Christian's Student Alumni Association (SAA) was recently recognized as an outstanding organization, outstanding external program, and outstanding tried and true program by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

Recent graduates Andrew Morrison (’13) and Zack Morgan (’13), along with senior family studies major Aubree Selinger, introduced the King of Campus Court tradition last fall. The new tradition won the Outstanding External Program award.

“It was a huge honor to win all three of the categories we competed in,” says Selinger, 2013-14 president of SAA. “King of Campus Court came from an idea last year's SAA president. It's a contest that is focused on personality, wittiness and presence on campus, like a male version of a homecoming queen competition.”

SAA advanced to present the King of Campus Court tradition at the National Network Awards in New Orleans on Aug. 10. Vice presidents Madeline Orr, junior journalism major, and Drew Ritchie, junior biblical text major, attended conference workshops with Selinger to further develop programs on campus.

Learn more about the ACU Student Alumni Association.





 


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