Peer Conduct Council

The Peer Conduct Council's goal is to foster a stronger community through an engaging and educational student conduct process.

What is the Peer Conduct Council?

The Council is comprised of undergraduate student leaders dedicated to educating students and promoting a socially just community.  PCC is responsible for hearing cases that involve violations that have an impact on the larger community in which students live, including, but not limited to, quiet hours, vandalism, disorderly conduct, and low level alcohol and illegal drug violations.  

Membership:

Peer Conduct Council members will experience a four-component leadership formation program.  Designed to combine critical thinking skills with opportunities to participate in leadership programs. The Peer Conduct Council is an opportunity to discover personal leadership styles while helping other students make responsible decisions.

Council member will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of personalized leadership programs including workshops, retreats and activities.  Peer Conduct Council members will have opportunities to develop leadership skills from professionals across the division of Student Life (Dean of Students, NSFP, SIL, Residential Experience, Campus Housing and MECS).  Members will be exposed to leadership skills that include, but are not limited to, peer education, motivational interviewing, conflict resolution, group facilitation, programming, critical and analytical thinking, communication and team decision making.  

Now Seeking New Members!

We are currently seeking new members for the 2018-2019 academic year. If you are interested in becoming a Peer Conduct Council member, please review the job description below and complete the GaeLEAD application. The application will be open on March 7, 2018. The deadline for all applications is April 11, 2018.

Peer Conduct Council Job Description

GaeLEAD Application

Meet the 2017-2018 Peer Conduct Council

  Kylie Bragg  

Kylie Bragg

Class of 2018

Hometown: Santa Clara, CA

Major: Allied Health Science

Involvement/Activities: DiverseAbilities Club, Saint Luke’s PreHealth

“I joined Peer Conduct Council to help my peers become educated about the content of the handbook and why the rules are in place so that they can make safe choices!”

Lydia Borrego

Lydia Borrego

Class 2020

Major: Integral

Involvement/Activities: Orientation Leader and I am apart of the Honors Program

"I joined PCC because I wanted to be a more active member of my community and to help foster a safe and compassionate environment."

Marissa Chessney

Marissa Chesney

Class of 2020

Hometown: Lodi, CA

Major: English with a Creative Writing Emphasis and Anthropology Minor

Involvements/Activities: PRIDE Club Secretary, Honors Program

Sophie Cipolla

Name: Sophie Cipolla

Class of 2020!

Hometown: San Ramon, CA

Majors: English & Public Policy

Minor: Theatre

Involvement/Activities: Writing Advisor for Center for Writing Across the Curriculum, Academic Commissioner for the Honors Program, Eco-Rep for More Hall, Admissions Volunteer Program, Dante Club Executive Team, Editor of Riverrun

"I joined the Peer Conduct Council because its mission focuses on empowering students and allowing their voices to be heard, strengthening the entire Saint Mary’s community in the process.”

Taylor Gordon

Taylor Gordon

Class 2019

Major: Psychology, concentration in Child Development

Involvement/Activities: Student worker in the Campus Housing Office and Resident Advisor for Claeys North 2nd floor.

“I joined PCC because I want to be able to better assist members of my community and help them recognize that there are better choices that can be made.”

Emma Hancock

Emma Hancock

Class of 2018

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Major: Politics with a Women and Gender Studies and Theology and Religious Studies minor

Involvement: CABS late night events coordinator, coxswain on the women's rowing team, pride club

"I joined PCC because I believe it provides a way of insuring the growth and fair treatment of my peers which is something every community should strive for."

Langi Kailahi

Haka'ilangitau Euakafa Foueti Kailahi

Class of 2020

Howtown: Pleasanton, CA

Major: Integral and Pre Med

Involvement/Activities: Rugby Team, Lifeguard at the JARC

Alana Wilson

Alana Wilson

Class of 2018

Hometown: South San Francisco, CA

Major: JCL with a Law and Society Minor

Involvement/Activities: Nanny, Recreation Leader, Volunteer Crisis Counselor, Club Tennis.

"I joined PCC to have a positive impact on our campus community. As a PCC member, I am able to advocate and promote responsibility and awareness of the Student Handbook to create a safer community amongst my peers."

Jewelisa Harrison

Class 2020

Major: Master of Arts in Counseling specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling

Involvement/Activities: Peer Conduct Council Coordinator Intern

Information about becoming a member of the Peer Conduct Council, click here or contact the Office of Community Life at 925-631-4238.

Presentations:

The Peer Conduct Council (PCC) is available to give peer-to-peer presntations about the Saint Mary's Undergraduate Handbook. Specifically regarding alcohol and drug violations and information on the Good Samaritan Policy.

To submit your request for a presentation, click here or contact the Office of Community Life at 925-631-4238.