It’s Time to Fellow Up!

Graduating national SAA members are eligible to Fellow Up! with the Academy.

After graduating with a first doctoral degree, the Academy will automatically upgrade national SAA membership to Fellow 1 (new professional) status when membership renewals are run for the upcoming year.

To take advantage of this member benefit, national SAA members should verify their graduation year by logging on to their member dashboard and selecting Update My Profile. While there, members can also update their email address from a school or university email to a more permanent email address to maintain communications.

Lily Rollins

“SAA provides resources that are created by students, for students that open a dialogue and facilitate a discussion on current events and issues in audiology."

Lily Rollins
SAA President 2021-2022

Get Involved

Advocate on behalf of the profession, educate your peers, and participate in national campaigns to get the word out about hearing health.

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The SAA has many volunteer opportunities from committee positions to a state ambassador program. Find your fit here.



Ensure your voice is heard and join your peers, and the Academy, on Capitol Hill.



Get involved in national campaigns to educate the public about hearing and balance care.

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources

The Student Academy of Audiology is committed to furthering diversity, equity, and inclusion in the audiology profession through diversity and cultural competency.

Diversity Equity and Inclusion

Undergraduate Students

Thinking about pursuing an audiology program? Find undergraduate resources here to help make your journey easier. 


Become a Chapter

Instate a chapter at your university—become eligible for chapter funding opportunities. 


New Audiologist Resources

Transitioning from student to professional can be challenging—the Student Academy of Audiology is here to help. 

Academy Enterprise

The Student Academy of Audiology works with the following groups who work to support the overall Academy in the areas of accreditation, philanthropy, voluntary certification, advocacy, and support and education of audiology students