SAA is a member of the Association of Student Advancement Programs. ASAP, a program within CASE (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education), is an association of Student Alumni organizations at more than 360 higher education institutions across North America, all with the common goal of enriching student advancement programming. ASAP is a unique CASE program run by students, for students. ASAP has eight districts, with one student representative and one adviser from each district serving on the Executive Board. Together with the staff at CASE, the Executive Board works to create networking opportunities for all ASAP members.
Each fall SAA students have the opportunity to attend the National Convention with 800-1000 other collegiate groups, gaining new ideas and friendships. SAA members from all over the nation have gathered at past conventions at Georgia Tech, the University of Cincinnati, Ohio State, and the University of Illinois - Chicago.
SAA students attend District V Conferences each spring. These conferences are similar to the National Convention, but on a smaller scale. District V includes universities from Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Ohio. Past conferences have been held at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, Western Illinois University, and Indiana State University.