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On-Campus Student Representatives

The DC-CAP On-Campus Representatives Program launched in Fall 2002. DC-CAP college juniors and seniors will serve as official representatives of DC-CAP. These paid representatives serve as peer advisors and mentors to freshman and sophomore underclassmen. The representatives regularly meet with the students to provide moral support, keep students aware of important DC-CAP dates and events, and encourage them to work closely with DC-CAP and focus on staying in school.

2013-2014 DC-CAP College Representatives

Bowie State University
Wendell Felder
bsu@dccap.org

Delaware State University
Edward Doxen III
desu@dccap.org

Fairmont State University and Pierpont Community & Technical College
Vacant
fsu-pctc@dccap.org

George Mason University
Rachelle Montague
gmu@dccap.org

Lincoln University of Pennsylvania
Raquel Sarvis
lincoln@dccap.org

Montgomery College
Brooke Young
mc@dccap.org

Morgan State University
Vacant
morgan@dccap.org

Norfolk State University
Vacant
nsu@dccap.org

North Carolina A & T State University
Aquilla Braxton 
ncat@dccap.org

North Carolina Central University
Kevohn McCormick
nccu@dccap.org

Pennsylvania State University
Sache Collier
psu@dccap.org

Prince George’s Community College
Vacant
pgcc@dccap.org

Temple University
Sakinah Muhammad
temple@dccap.org

Trinity University
Shanique Washington
trinitydc@dccap.org

University of the District of Columbia
Adewola Osunsade
udc@dccap.org

University of the District of Columbia - Community College
Rainer Luza-Herrera
udc_cc@dccap.org

University of Maryland College Park
Bethlehem Horn
umd@dccap.org

University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Stephon Wiggins
umes@dccap.org

Virginia Commonwealth University
Alena Syndor 
vcu@dccap.org

Virginia State University
Brittany Walker
vsu@dccap.org

 

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