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Community Leaders

Brooks College has eleven Community Leaders (CLs) chosen by the Campus Living & Learning Staff and the Faculty Master. Each Community Leader is responsible for a group of 30-35 members of the college and strives to offer support to students of the college in every possible way. CLs are responsible for mentoring students, connecting them to the cultures of the residential college and campus communities, fostering relationships with and among peers, and upholding Baylor's values and standards in the college. Community Leaders are responsible for facilitating relationships between the students and the Faculty Partners. Community Leaders in Brooks College go through the standard Campus Living & Learning application process for Community Leaders, which begins each year in November.

Noah Schuster

Sophomore: Economics and Finance

"The Foundation" (Rooms 109-120)
1st Floor, Men


Celeste Boduch

Sophomore: Biology Pre-Med and Business Administration

"The Lovelies" (Rooms 126-142)
1st Floor, Women


Tim Birdsong

Sophomore: Finance

"The Forge" (Rooms 206-220)
2nd Floor, Men


Kevin Watson

Junior: Accounting

"The Forge" (Rooms 226-240)
2nd Floor, Men


Moriah Speciale

Senior: Professional Writing and Religion

"The Small Hall" (Rooms 242-261)
2nd Floor, Women


Jacob Field

Junior: BIC, Psychology, and Criminal Justice Minor

"The Fellowship" (Rooms 301-320)
3rd Floor, Men


Anna McKay

Senior: University Scholar with Concentrations in Literature and Studio Art

"The Stitch" (Rooms 326-342)
3rd Floor, Women


Sophia Calhoun

Junior: Apparel Design and Product Development

"The Stitch" (Rooms 348-366)
3rd Floor, Women


Nathan Mateer

Junior: Great Texts and Political Science

"The Forum" (Rooms 401-420)
4th Floor, Men


Courtenay Klauber

Senior: Language and Linguistics

"The Belles" (Rooms 426-442)
4th Floor, Women


Taylor Sparks

Junior: Human Resource Management

"The Belles" (Rooms 446-466)
4th Floor, Women


Updated for the Fall 2015 semester