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Did you know only nationally recognized SAA Chapters can use the registered SAA name and trademarks? They are also eligible for chapter funding opportunities administered by the SAA and its philanthropic partner, the American Academy of Audiology Foundation. Is your chapter up-to-date with its paperwork? Check out the list of national SAA Chapters.

If your program wants to start a chapter or has a local SAA chapter that needs to complete paperwork to become nationally recognized, download the chapter application form and chapter bylaws. Completed documentation can be emailed to saa@audiology.org. A response will be received within three business days regarding the documentation.

Also, check out our Chapter Development Blueprint. The blueprint contains all the basics of what you need to know to start a SAA chapter, contains tips on chapter member engagement, chapter statistics, and more!

FAQs for Local SAA Chapters

The Chapter Needs Assessment was distributed to all Student Academy of Audiology (SAA) chapters by members of the national SAA Chapter Relations Committee on September 2, 2020, with a response deadline of October 9, 2020. Out of the 79 chapters the assessment was sent to, there was a total of 67 responses (85% response rate). This infographic highlights select questions and responses! 

Chapter Needs Assessment
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