As a nationally recognized SAA Chapter, many benefits and opportunities are created for audiology students at the local level. These opportunities include peer-to-peer networking, educational opportunities, and more.

But did you know that local SAA Chapter membership is separate from national SAA membership? Being a local SAA Chapter member does not grant national SAA membership.

National SAA membership offers many individual benefits and services to support audiology students in their journey to becoming an audiologist. Whether it’s by providing access to the latest advancements and research in the profession, support finding externships and that first job, or offering leadership development opportunities that delve into passions and interests, being a national SAA member offers benefits above and beyond what is offered locally.


Getting Started

Become a Chapter

Become a SAA Chapter

Apply to become a nationally recognized SAA chapter.

Find Your Local SAA Chapter

Find Your SAA Chapter

See if your chapter is nationally recognized on our list of 80+ graduate and undergraduate chapters.

Benefits of Becoming Nationally Recognized

Benefits of National SAA Recognition

Gain access to customized SAA chapter logos and SAA branding, participate in national SAA activities such as the national SAA Chapter Challenge, and more!


National Recognition

Renew your national recognition with national SAA at the beginning of each year.


SAA Chapter Advisor Resources

SAA has an abundance of resources for advisors including an advisor-specific section in its bi-monthly SAAy Anything e-newsletter, a community for SAA Chapter Advisors, and an informational packet. 


Has Anything Changed?

Has your local SAA chapter leadership changed recently? Help us keep your chapter connected by updating your chapter’s contact information! Providing current contact information allows us to keep your chapter informed of all the latest opportunities and activities provided by the national SAA.