From the moment Cooper Self joined Midland University Phi Beta Lambda, he made his mark. Having served as the local chapter vice president for one year and president for two years Cooper has demonstrated his commitment to the organization.
During his tenure in PBL, Cooper achieved several accomplishments including two NLC appearances, earning the President level of CMAP, and being recognized as Midland Student Leader of the Year. In addition, Cooper has been instrumental in helping Midland University PBL earn the Gold Level of the Excellence Award each year he has been a member.
Through Cooper’s leadership, Midland PBL has completed numerous service projects, from collecting coats for the local Salvation Army to raising money for PBL members who suffered from Hurricane Matthew at Miller-Motte College in North Carolina. In addition, Cooper has supported members in attending local, state and national conferences, and hosting professional business speakers at chapter meetings.
But it is not all work for Cooper and the PBL chapter. Whether the chapter is bowling, playing ping pong tournaments or eating half apps at Applebee’s, Cooper is in the middle of it all. He is definitely a leader of Phi Beta Lambda and the Midland University chapter has benefited from his leadership.