Student Groups

There are many opportunities for students to hone their leadership skills while at Douglass. Whether it's developing public speaking skills by serving as a Red Pine Ambassador, learning parliamentary procedure as a member of the Douglass Governing Council, making global connections through the Douglass International and Multicultural Association, or gaining leadership skills as a Barbara Voorhees Mentor for the Knowledge and Power course. There is a leadership experience for just about everyone at Douglass. New organizations are forming and new opportunities are arising all the time, so be sure to check the Douglass website often!

See below to learn more about these leadership opportunities and how you can get involved.

Student Leadership Organizational Policies and Procedures


Barbara Voorhees Mentor Program

Douglass Black Students Congress

Douglass Big/Little Program

Douglass Disabilities Interest Group

Douglass D.I.V.A.S.

Douglass Friends of UNFPA

Douglass Governing Council

Douglass Historical Society

Douglass Latina Network

Douglass International and Multicultural Student Association

Douglass Orientation Committee

Douglass Q/ummunity

Douglass Student Recruitment Network

Douglass Summer Orientation Leaders

DRC is FTK: Dance Marathon Team

First Year Council

Health Sciences Research Symposium Committee


Peer Academic Leaders

Red Pine Ambassadors

Senior Class Council

Social Media Team

Sophia Club

STEM Ambassadors

Traditional Events Committee

W.O.A.H. (Women Organizing Against Harassment)

Woahjabi Project

Women's Center Coalition