The Leadership of Brooks College
Brooks College has a unique professional and student leadership structure compared to the other residential communities at Baylor University. Brooks College offers a variety of leadership opportunities for students to learn and practice leadership within their community. The Brooks College Council and the Community Leader roles are the primary student leadership structures in the college.
The Brooks Residential College Trustees are appointed to ensure that this unique community achieves the aims for which it was created...
The Faculty Master works collaboratively with the Residential College Director (Residence Hall Director) to ensure that the espoused goals of the college are achieved...
The Director of Brooks College collaborates with the Faculty Master to provide professional leadership to the college...
The Graduate Hall Director is enrolled in the Higher Education and Student Affairs MasterÃ¢ÂÂs Program and works alongside the Director to assist with program applications, Community Leader development and oversees the College Council involvement, among other duties.
The Brooks College Council is an organic, yet organized, association of student leaders who seek to maximize the residential college experience by creating a sense of tradition, identity, and value within the community of Brooks College....
The Graduate Tutor is a position unique to Brooks Residential College. The tutor is a PhD student who is available to assist students in all manner of writing projects, from homework assignments, to research papers, and even resume building.
Like all residential communities at Baylor, the College has a Resident Chaplain who is a current Truett Theological Seminary student who lives in residence..
In general, CLs are responsible for mentoring students, connecting them to the cultures of the residential college and campus communities...