Become a Peer Advocate
Peer Advocates are compassionate, supportive student leaders and empathetic listeners who provide guidance to any campus member dealing with a personal issue of sexual misconduct. Advocates offer one-on-one support for complainants and respondents seeking guidance through policies, procedures, and resources on and off campus.
In addition to offering individual support, Peer Advocates strive to educate the campus about many issues relating to sexual misconduct to help increase awareness and prevent incidents.
Are you interested in joining the team?
Applying to Become a Peer Advocate
Applications are currently unavailable. Positions for the 2023-2024 school year will be communicated in March. At that time, applicants will be asked to submit an online application and a mentor’s recommendation letter. After receiving both, interviews will be scheduled. Applications close March 31 with interviews taking place the first two weeks in April.
Before applying, it is recommended that those interested attend Peer Advocate events throughout the school year to learn more about what the group does. All events will be posted to the events calendar or you can follow us on Instagram at @ucpeeradvocates for group updates.
Peer Advocate Position Description