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Peer Advisors

 If you have good oral and written communication skills, an outgoing personality, a desire to help others, a strong work ethic, and the ability to work well under pressure, becoming a USCL Peer Advisor (also known as a P.A.L.) could be part of your future.

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Peer Advisors are an important part of the USCL campus. They participate in a variety of campus activities, including Registration, Orientation, and other events. Becoming a Peer Advisor is a great way to meet new friends, visit new places, and gain new experiences. 

Peer Advisors receive a $750.00 tuition stipend for Fall and Spring. Each PAL will attend the Southern Region Orientation Workshop (SROW) and receive extensive leadership training through a 16 week course in the Spring.

If you are interested in becoming a Peer Advisor, you must first complete a Peer Advisor Application [pdf]. You can also pick up an application in the Office of Student Life in Starr Hall. Applicants must be currently enrolled at USCL and must have completed at least 12 semester hours by the end of the Fall semester. Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0.

 

Your 2017 PALS

  • Benjamin Amezcua Reyes
  • Mitchell Boling
  • Katie Coates
  • Carly Horton
  • Titus Jackson
  • Austin Locklear
  • Morgan Lubojacky
  • Teyanna Nichols
  • Ashley Parker
  • Kendal Robinson
  • Ariana Sanders
  • Brittney Staton
  • Darby Threatt
  • Adam Whetstone
  • De’Aaricka Wilkes