Frequently Asked Questions:
I was not able to make it to a t-shirt distribution. Can I still pick up my shirt?
SAA members can come by the third floor of the Park Alumni Center (by Centennial Campus) from 9am-4pm on the day following a t-shirt distribution to pick up their shirts if they were unable to pick them up at the event. Note that certain sizes may run out, so it is advised to pick shirts as early as possible. Furthermore, if you would to have your shirt set aside for you before you arrive, please email the official troubleshooting address firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and t-shirt size.
My roommate (who is an SAA member) can't make it to a t-shirt distribution, but I can. Can I pick up his/her shirt when I get my own?
No, each SAA member has to attend a distribution event in person to pick up their shirt, in order to be fair to those who make it to the event. If your roommate wants to pick up his/her shirt, look at the question above this one.
As an SAA member, am I guaranteed a membership t-shirt and six BEAT t-shirts each year?
All SAA members are guaranteed a membership t-shirt for each year of their involvement, but BEAT t-shirt supplies are limited and distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis –no exceptions.
I am not able to make it to a t-shirt distribution. Can I pick up my shirt before the event?
No early pick-ups are permitted for t-shirt distributions. This is meant to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to get a shirt on a first-come, first-serve basis at the announced time.
I heard about the Student Alumni Association (SAA) and would like to sign up. Where can I do this?
The SAA registration webpage can be found linked under the Quick Links section of this webpage, as well as at the bottom of this webpage. Additionally, the Student Alumni Association webpage describes the current membership benefits in greater detail.
I heard about the Alumni Association Student Ambassador Program (AASAP) and am interested in learning more. Where can I find additional resources?
The AASAP recruitment page can be found here. It contains more information on the program as well as a link to the application for the coming year. If you still have questions about the program or its involvement in planning and executing many of the university’s most valued traditions, feel free to email the group’s president at email@example.com.
I have run into an issue related to my Student Alumni Association membership benefits that I would like to report. Who should I contact to do so?
If you have any problems taking advantage of your membership benefits, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. A Student Alumni Association representative will be in contact with you within 48 hours.
What do I need to bring to a t-shirt distribution to pick up my shirt?
Bring your SAA membership card and student ID. If you have not yet received your membership card in the mail or it has been misplaced, please email Lindsay Skinner at email@example.com to have a digital replacement sent to your phone. If you do not have your student ID card with you but know your ID number, you will still be able to pick up a shirt, but the process may take longer due to having to input information into the system manually. Note that temporary membership cards will be accepted as well.
What do I do if I lost my card?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, student ID, and permanent address. A Student Alumni Association representative will be in contact with you within 48 hours.
I’ve signed up for SAA. When do I receive my membership card?
It takes 3-4 weeks for your permanent card to come in the mail. In the meantime, you can use your confirmation email to receive BEAT t-shirts, or come to the Park Alumni Center to get a temporary card that will allow you access to your other member benefits.
Student Membership Questions?
Please email all questions to email@example.com. A Student Alumni Association representative will be in touch with you within 48 hours.