URI Student Alumni Association

Students helping students: past, present, and future.


About

The Student Alumni Association was founded in 1985 and is sponsored by the Alumni Association. We strive to foster a sense of pride and tradition in the University. As a group of 70 students, we collectively promote an active program of recruitment and commitment among both students and alumni. Our programs are designed to promote interaction between students and alumni for the betterment of the University. SAA’s primary goals are to generate spirit surrounding the University among the student body, provide information about the Alumni Association to the student body, and keep the Alumni Association aware of developments on campus, which affect student perception of the University. Some of our events include Rhody Rally, the Nearly Naked Mile, and Oozeball. We also create and distribute survival kits, which parents can purchase to help their students “survive” final exams each semester.

Achievements

Outstanding Student Leader, 2014 CASE ASAP District 1 Conference: Stephen Petrarca
Most Outstanding Organization, 2013 CASE ASAP District 1 Conference
Most Outstanding External Program for Rhody Rally, 2013 CASE ASAP District 1 Conference
Most Outstanding Internal Program for Retention Programming, 2013 CASE ASAP District 1 Conference
Most Outstanding Tried & True Program for Oozeball, 2013 CASE ASAP District 1 Conference
A. Robert Rainville Team Leadership Award 2012 from the Office of Student Involvement
Most Outstanding External Program for Oozeball, 2012 CASE ASAP District 1 Conference
Most Outstanding Internal Program for our 25th Reunion, 2011 CASE ASAP National Conference Nashville, TN
Most Spirited Organization, 2010 CASE ASAP National Conference Kansas City, MO
Most Outstanding Organization, 2009 CASE ASAP National Conference Baltimore, MD

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