About SALC

What is the Student Alumni Leadership Council?

Limestone College's Student Alumni Leadership Council (SALC) is a group of students who represent the College at high-visibility functions.  SALC members serve as ambassadors for Limestone and represent the College to its constituencies:  alumni, the campus, and the community.

What does SALC do?

As a member of SALC, you will network with alumni and the local community at College events.  Members also participate in corporate executive visits, perform community service projects, travel to regional alumni chapter events, and attend professional and communication skills training.

SALC members play an integral part in alumni, development, College, and presidential events, including:

  • Campus Tours for Alumni
  • Homecoming and Fall Family Weekend
  • Saints Club Golf Tournament
  • Major Donor Dinner
  • Christmas on Campus
  • Advancement Events
  • Regional Alumni Chapter Events
  • Commencement
  • Alumni Receptions and Dinners
  • Alumni Reunion Weekend
  • Community Service Activities
  • Admissions Events
  • 5K Run

Who can be a SALC member?

Student members must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 at time of application and during membership.  Student members must have a full time student status (12 or more hours) and must have completed 24 hours, with at least 12 of those hours from Limestone College.

How much are dues?

Membership dues are free; however, we encourage all student members to contribute a minimum of $5.00 to the College's Limestone Fund.

Contribution to the Limestone Fund.

Contributions to the Limestone Fund will give you donor status and recognition in the annual Report to Investors. The total of SALC member gifts to the Limestone Fund is used toward student projects and programming.