Student Advisory Council
The School of Education Student Advisory Council (SAC) seeks to provide an avenue in which undergraduate students will find community, grow their own leadership skills, implement programs, affect positive change within the School of Education, and collaborate with faculty, staff and departmental leadership.
All School of Education students are encouraged to apply for the Student Advisory Council. Applications for the Student Advisory Council for the 2021-2022 school year will open in the spring.
Please contact Jessica_james3@baylor.edu with any further questions.
Community Building plans and implements informal events/mixers to promote community among SOE students, faculty, and staff.
Peer Coaches serve as a resources and a mentors to 10-12 first-year SOE students for assignment questions, study tips, and helping students find a successful transition to the SOE.
Special Events and Service Committee partners with local nonprofits and Waco ISD schools to plan SOE service events.
Student Ambassadors represent undergraduate SOE programs by hosting prospective students and families during a variety of recruitment events.
Committee leaders coordinate meeting times, work with the advisor to plan and execute programming, meet monthly with the Coordinator of the First- Year Experience, and communicate with faculty, staff, and departments and needed.
SAC advisors are SOE faculty or staff members who commit to meet regularly with their committee, provide guidance on event planning, and mentor committee leaders.
Dr. Jenifer Johnson
Advisor for Student Ambassadors
Advisor for Community Building, Special Events & Service, Peer Coaches