Youngstown Native Named Director of Greek Life at Duquesne University
Rebecca Jamrozik has been named director of Greek life, honor societies and professional organizations at Duquesne University, effective Aug. 20. She most recently served as assistant director of student activities and a Greek advisor at John Carroll University.
“I am honored to have been offered the Greek life position,” said Jamrozik. “I feel such a deep connection with Duquesne because it is a reputable Catholic, mission-driven University, which is very similar to John Carroll University, my previous institution.”
Jamrozik was a Greek life graduate advisor and a house director at the University of South Florida, a student life coordinator for the Florida Southern College and worked as a collegiate leadership consultant for the Alpha Chi Omega sorority, of which she is a member.
“Greek life is important to a university because it provides an opportunity to involve students in values-based organizations,” said Jamrozik. “The Duquesne Greek community has a solid foundation. Greek students are very involved within the campus community, they excel in academics, they are devoted to service and they have committed advisors and alumni.”
Jamrozik has a B.A. in journalism and political science from Ohio State University and an M.A. in college student affairs from the University of South Florida. She is a native of Lowellville, Ohio.
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