Respect Campaign

During the year-long Respect Campaign, each department within Student Life hosts programs and events during a selected month promoting the theme of “Respect.”

In September, Residence Life created respect themed door tags, hosted a bulletin board contest and gave out stress balls. In October, CARES and Greek Life hosted alcohol awareness activities focused on respecting oneself. November was hosted by Health Service and Freshmen Development and Special Student Services who had students define respect on paper and created a paper chain which hung in the foyer of the Duquesne Union. The Residence Hall Association also hosted a “Thank Tank” where students could write a thank you note to someone who has helped them.

The entire Division of Student Life sponsored December by taking part in two community service activities, one with Catholic Charities and the other for retired Spiritan priests.

Watch for programs and events during the spring. January is hosted by Recreation and University Counseling, February is Commuter Affairs and Career Services, March is Center for Student Involvement, Student Conduct and the Student Government Association, and April is the Office of Multicultural Affairs.