SAAB Student Chapters
SAAB membership is open to any student attending an institution that has a registered SAAB Chapter. Institutions that have an interest in supporting the development of African American and young males of color on their campus should contact SAAB National Headquarters for more information on establishing a SAAB Chapter within their institution. Visit our SAAB Chapter Spotlight page for images of new and current chapter activities.
The SAAB organization expresses its commitment to diversity through Brother To Brother (B2B) Chapters that encompass young men who are of African American heritage, as well as Latino and other ethnic backgrounds.
In order to empower ourselves, and promote brotherhood, we, the Brothers of Student African American Brotherhood embrace the principles of ACCOUNTABILITY, PROACTIVE LEADERSHIP, SELF-DISCIPLINE, and INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT. Through our beliefs and convictions we uphold this mission at all times.
Motto “I am my Brother’s Keeper and Together We Will Rise!”
Theme “The Business of Building Brothers”
First SAAB Chapter
Georgia Southwestern State University
Founded October 17, 1990