Social Equity Student Advisory Council

          Social Equity Student Advisory Council members strive to be role models within the University and the community. Serving as representatives for Edinboro University and the student body, the Social Equity Student Advisory Council assists with recruiting prospective students and retaining current students by working with faculty, staff, students and members of the community to ensure that Edinboro University is a welcoming learning environment for all students.

          Social Equity Student Advisory Council members have the opportunity to interact with the President and members of the President’s Executive Leadership Team and engage with their classmates while promoting social equity and social justice within the University. The council provides opportunities for students to strengthen their knowledge and awareness of social equity issues and share this knowledge as volunteers at numerous events including Welcome Week, New Student Orientation, Lecture Series, Homecoming, the President’s Commissions, and special gatherings hosted by the Chief Diversity Officer.

          Minimum requirements: 

          • Must be currently enrolled at Edinboro University.
          • Must have completed at least one semester at Edinboro University and have a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average.
          • Must submit three references from Edinboro University employees (Faculty or Staff).
          • Must be available to attend monthly meetings.

          To be considered for the council, you must complete and submit an application for membership. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ronald A. Wilson in the Office of Social Equity at or 814-732-1259.

          Mission Statement

          To improve the student experience by providing social equity education, awareness and training opportunities to its members as well as students, employees and alumni with the goal of recruiting and retaining students who value the richness of diversity and believe that the intentional recruitment, retention, and accommodation of individuals who differ and are similar broadens and deepens the educational experience and the scholarly environment.