Student Organizations and Programs
One in Four
One in Four strives to reduce the incidences of rape and sexual assault on college campus by having men talk to men about these topics. The Mens Program is a 45 minute presention about how men can help a sexual assault survivor.
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Safewalk enhances the safety of Carnegie Mellon students, faculty, and staff by providing escorts to those walking on or near campus during late night hours. Our mission is to minimize exposure of the Carnegie Mellon community to crime risks, to deter criminals, and to promote an awareness of personal safety amongst the community.
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Strong Women, Strong Girls
Strong Women, Strong Girls is a group-based mentoring program that uses the study of contemporary women role models, mentoring relationships between college-aged women and girls in grades 3-5, and activities focused on skill-building, to help enhance the lives of at-risk girls. Through building positive self-esteem and skills for life-long success, Strong Women, Strong Girls is working to strengthen the futures of all women and girls involved in the program.
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Student Dormitory Council
The Student Dormitory Council at Carnegie Mellon University aims to improve the life of resident students by providing funding and programming throughout the year. Through our various committees, general body meetings, and various events, we work hard to ensure all students have a great time during their years at CMU.
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SUMMIT offers our intellectual explorers the opportunity to participate in a three-day program which will include courses, seminars, and workshops on topics students have the desire - but perhaps not the opportunity - to explore during the regular academic year.
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