At Duquesne University, each undergraduate class has a class council to represent them and plan activities for their class. Each academic year, students encounter new and common challenges that affect their learning and development. To support these experiences, the Class Councils focus on topics, events and needs that pertain most to class members at their particular stage of the undergraduate experience. As a whole, the Class Councils collaborate to create a seamless transition from orientation through graduation. If you are interested in being a part of your class council, check out their page on CampusLink or e-mail the following advisors:
Freshmen: Adam Wasilko (Wasilkoa@duq.edu)
Sophomores: Dan Gittins (email@example.com)
The Class Councils at Duquesne University exist to develop class identity, promote school spirit and provide opportunities for leadership, social and service, all while creating a lasting affinity to Duquesne University. Look for upcoming events from each of the class council’s this semester and get involved if you are interested in joining your class!