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 Peer Conduct Council is comprised of approximately ten students. Membership is determined from applications submitted by students. Students may also be recommended for positions through their peers, faculty and/or staff. To learn more about our members, click here.

How to become a Peer Conduct Council Member:

The Office of Community Life recruits members throughout the academic year. For leadership opportunities click here. To apply go to the GaeLead Application.  If you have any questions, about becoming a Peer Conduct Council Member please contact Victoria Gonzalez at



Why I am a Peer Conduct Council Member