Peer Conduct Council

Gain leadership skills while making a difference!

The Peer Conduct Council is a leadership program where you will gain skills in: peer conduct, peer education, leadership development, and shared expereinces.


Service on the Peer Conduct Council (PCC) is a challenging and satisfying way for students to enhance their academic experiences and serve the Saint Mary’s College community.  Council members gain valuable critical thinking, communication, leadership and time management skills that contribute to their growth and development while helping to foster an inclusive and socially just community.

The Peer Conduct Council is comprised of approximately ten (10) students. Community Life determines membership from applications submitted by students. Students may be recommended for application through the President of the Associated Students, Resident Advisors, faculty and/or staff. Students are interviewed, selected and trained to serve as a hearing officer for cases involving alleged policy violations.


Meet our Team!

Salma Zaragoza   

Salma Anali Zaragoza

Class of 2019

Hometown: Concord, CA

Major: Politics & JCL

Involvement/Activities: AS Judicial Tribunal Associate Justice, High Potential Program Peer Mentor, Student Organization Council Member

"Joining the Peer Conduct Council has helped me develop advocacy and communication skills; I am constantly learning how to best promote responsibility and awareness of the Student Handbook to my fellow peers."

Information about becoming a member of the Peer Conduct Council, click here or contact the Office of Community Life at 925-631-4238.


The Peer Conduct Council (PCC) is available to give peer-to-peer presntations about the Saint Mary's Undergraduate Handbook. Specifically regarding alcohol and drug violations and information on the Good Samaritan Policy.

To submit your request for a presentation, click here or contact the Office of Community Life at 925-631-4238.