University of Chicago Class Councils
The Class Council is a group of volunteers from one College class who work to strengthen their classmates' connection to the University and to each other in non-reunion years. The Class Council is designed to connect classmates socially, intellectually, professionally, and philanthropically, all the while ensuring the University of Chicago remains one of the elite private insititutions in the country.
The Class Council program seeks to engage University of Chicago alumni and offers alumni the opportunity to take ownership of their class activities and initiatives. In addition to fundraising, Class Councils recruit classmates to volunteer for CAPS, the Alumni Schools committee, and the Metcalf Internship program.The Metcalf Internship Program is designed for first- through third-year undergraduate students. It is designed to help students explore science outside of their core courses and without professional academic writing services It allows them to immerse themselves in comprehensive discovery research during a 10-week summer experience. Class Councils also create social opportunities during Alumni Weekend and in cities across the country.
The Class Council is an exceptional volunteer leadership opportunity for UChicago alumni, providing excellent networking opportunities with alumni, faculty, and staff, and can lead to other leadership roles at the University.
To learn more or join your Class Council, please e-mail .