Peer Leadership Council
The Peer Leadership Council’s mission is to provide vital information pertaining to mental health to assist and support fellow Louisiana Tech University students, both individually and in groups in making healthier and wiser life choices. Their enlightened knowledge translates into programs that do more than inform; they may redirect, change, or even save lives.
In order to become a member of the PLC, a full-time student at Louisiana Tech University must fill out the application sent out by the Peer Leadership Council before the specified due date. After applications have closed, all submitted applications will be reviewed by the Executive Board, Committee Heads, Director of Counseling Services, Associate Director of Counseling Services, Assistant Director of Health and Wellness, and the Counselor/Coordinator of Student Relations and Special Projects for interview selections. All applicants selected for interviews must interview with the Executive Board for consideration for membership. The final discretion is the sole duty of the Director of Counseling Services. If at any time, discrepancies arise concerning an applicant’s status, the Director of Counseling Services will make the final decision. If interviewees are selected as candidates for membership, they will be required to take the Kinesiology 433C class titled “Dynamics of Peer Leadership” which is offered each Spring Quarter.
* All student organizations have a minimum GPA requirement of 2.0 for general membership and 2.5 for Executive Officers.
Meeting times and location
Mondays at 5 pm in Keeny Hall