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Marlon Dechausay
Marlon  Dechausay

Dir. of SACAE


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FAU Athletics Launches MVP Internship Program

The program was created to help prepare student-athletes for life after college


FAU SAAC Hosts Second Annual Field Day at A.D. Henderson

Almost 60 student-athletes from nearly all of FAU's 21 intercollegiate sports participated


FAU is Third Among 14 C-USA Members in Student-Athletes Named to C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

The Owls had 204 student-athletes make the Honor Roll and 34 win the Commissioner's Academic Medal


Student-Athletes Record More than 2,000 Hours of Community Service in 2013-14 Academic Year

Owls helped out at several organizations and schools


2015 FAU SAAC Field Day

The FAU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee held its second annual field day at A.D. Henderson University School on April 10, 2015.


SAAC Food Drive Winner Luncheon

SAAC held a congratulatory lunch with students from AD Henderson for donating the most items to the C-USA Food Drive.


Celebration of Boca

Celebration of Boca, SAAC BBQ for Student-Athletes - 4/18/14


SAAC Field Day

SAAC held Field Day at A.D. Henderson Elementary School in honor of National Student-Athlete Day. FAU student-athletes from all sports attended.

Florida Atlantic University named Marlon Dechausay as its new director of the Student-Athlete Center for Academic Excellence and associate athletics director in June of 2013. The Student-Athlete Center for Academic Excellence oversees the academic matriculation of nearly 500 FAU student athletes, including 19 intercollegiate teams, as well as cheer and dance.

As director of the Center, Dechausay will administer all aspects of academic support and student life programs for FAU student-athletes, including NCAA compliance requirements. He also will oversee life skills development workshops, tutorial and study hall programs for student-athletes, and will serve as the primary liaison among the athletic department, academic affairs and student affairs.

A native of Toronto, Canada, Dechausay has more than a decade of experience in the field. He previously served the director of athletic academic services at Indiana State University and has served in athletic departments at Texas Tech University, Iowa State University, Syracuse University and Florida State University, where he was the athletic academic coordinator from 2006-10. While at FSU, he worked to create a leadership program for male student-athletes called R.E.A.L. Men (Reliable Educated Articulate Leaders).

Dechausay is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics and is a past recipient of the Lan Hewitt Leadership Award, given to outstanding athletic advisors. He is also a member of the Black Coaches Association. He holds a master's degree from Syracuse University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, where he earned Sun Belt Conference track titles in the 400-meter. He also was a member of the Canadian national track team from 1992-99 and is Japan's 400-meter record holder for runners under 19.

Dechausay and his wife, Tina, have two sons; Marlon Jr. and Braylon.

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