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Connect2Complete: Peer Advocate Program


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The Connect2Complete program establishes student Peer Advocates to assist other students in the completion of their programs at LCCC. 

As a Peer Advocate, you will be able to:

  • Grow your Leadership: Participate in leadership training and certification 
  • Give Back: Mentor and engage students 
  • Coordinate: Educational and recognition events

This is a great chance to contribute to student success, build your resume, and count toward service hours you are already doing!

Requirements to become a Peer Advocate

  • Faculty/Staff referral or recommendation
  • Registered LCCC/UP student
  • 2.25 GPA
  • Completed at least 12 credit hours and maintain a total of 6 credit hours per semester
  • Maintain good standing with LCCC/UP

To learn more about the program, please complete the inquiry form below.  You will be contacted with additional details.


Connect2Complete Inquiry Form
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