President's Student Advisory Council

The President’s Student Advisory Council is a representative body of Albright students, members of which advise the president of Albright College.  In this capacity, the Student Advisory Council will meet with the president of the College and/or College or community leaders three to four times a semester. The council may meet with the president when either council members or the president considers such a meeting valuable. 

In addition, Student Advisory Council members will serve as ambassadors for the College. In this capacity, council members will have the unique opportunity to make valuable connections with fellow students, faculty, staff, administrators, and distinguished visitors at Albright College.

Students who hold the following positions will automatically be invited to serve on the council:

President, Student Government Association
Executive Vice President, Student Government Association
Editor-in-Chief, The Albrightian
Chairman, Interfraternity Council
President, Panhellenic Council
President, Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC)
Lead Resident Assistant
Leader, International Students Association
Leader, Pride Plus 

Other members of the council are selected to broadly represent the student community, including at least one representative each from the peer tutors, commuter student association, ADP students, Admission Ambassadors, Lion Diplomats, and club sports. These members will be invited to serve by the president from self-nominations and nominations submitted by faculty and staff.