History and Mission
Founded in 2001, GW Class Council (also known as GWCC) is a student government organization whose mission is to promote class unity through social, academic, and community programming. We distinguish ourself as a small, accessible, non-political organization on campus to which any student can direct his or her creativity and suggestions.
GW Class Council's goal is to promote school spirit and class unity in the student body through class- and community-specific programming. We aim to provide resources and guidance to members of each of the graduating classes in order to . In pursuit of this objective, Class Council will do the following:
GW Class Council is currently comprised of four class committees (freshman, sophomore, junior and senior). Each academic year, GWCC's class committees strive to plan and host a multitude of events that cater to the interests of each class as a whole. GW Class Council also has three special committees (international, community service, transfer/exchange committees).
Every year GW Class Council runs elections for all of our representative positions through the Joint Elections Committee (JEC). All members of GWCC are elected to one-year terms by GW students through the JEC. There are nine members per committee that can be elected. The Executive Board is elected by all of the current members of GW Class Council at that time. There are six elected positions to the Executive Board listed below: