Winthrop University: Alumni Association - Students - Student Alumni Council
Contact Information
Alumni Association
304 Tillman Hall
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-1452 (Fax)
800/578-6545 (Toll-Free)

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The Winthrop Alumni Association established the Student Alumni Council (SAC) in 1984  to stimulate the interest and participation of students in the progress of the university and to preserve and further the feeling of loyalty and fellowship between the university, students, community and alumni.

SAC Involvement on Campus

From freshmen move-in day through graduation, SAC members serve as the resident "tradition keepers" who promote the spirit, history and tradition of Winthrop and provide opportunities for students to develop into active, engaged citizens and future alumni.


Executive Board

The Executive Committee, composed of Senior SACers, provides strategic direction and guidance to the organization. These informed and engaged campus leaders serve as ambassadors and committee chairs on behalf of the organization and university.

SAC exec commMa'Kayla White ’23, President

Rachel Griffith ’23, President-Elect & Marketing Chair

Kayla Faber ’22, Traditions Chair

Shivani Dahya ’24, Membership & Recruitment Chair

Anthony Cunningham ’24, New Member Mentor

Danny Kilgore-Wilson ’23, Campus & Community Outreach Coordinator

Upcoming Events

Check back for upcoming events each semester!


Become a SAC Member

Traditionally SAC recruitment starts each fall semester, but we are currently accepting new members. We are always looking for excited, passionate Winthrop students who want to share their love of Winthrop and it’s traditions with students.  Please complete this application and submit it by end of day Saturday, March 26. To find out more information or to get involved, email or contact Shayna Foxworth '16, student and young alumni program coordinator, at


Stay Connected to SAC 

Be sure to follow SAC on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook to find out more about the organization.

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Last Updated: 5/13/22