How Do I Become A WPU Leader?

Office of Campus Activities and Student Leadership - Through the Office of Campus Activities and Student Leadership students are engaged in the following:

Student Government Association- The Student Government Association promotes the interest of the student body, mentors all student clubs and organizations, and provides academic, social, cultural, and educational to the University community.

Residence Life Peer Academic Leader (PAL)- PAL are ambassadors within the WPU residential community who mentor first year resident students.

Peer Leader Program- New Student Experience offers a Peer Leader Program which pairs upperclassmen with a faculty mentor to provide additional support to first year students within the First Year Experience course.

Please click on the links below to view the list of opportunities to get involved as a Leader within your major:

College of Science and Health

College of Arts and Communication

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Cotsakos College of Business

University Commons  SC 301

Summer Hours Monday–Thursday
8:00.A.M.- 5:15.P.M.

Amanda Vasquez
Director of Transfer
Student Experience
(973) 720-2929

Keyana Darby
Student Transitions Specialist

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