Student Profiles

Delaney Rohan ’17

“Reimaging Civic Engagement:  An Analysis of Civic Engagement Culture at Allegheny College through the Lens of Student Voice”

Community and Justice Studies Major
Psychology and Art History Minors
Bonner Scholar
ACES Fellow
Meditation Club

“Allegheny provides me with a place to think and ask questions. The intention is not to leave this place with a piece of paper in four years. Rather, it is to make you aware of the world that you are stepping into and to teach you to take part in, challenge, and cultivate that world in meaningful, sustainable ways. Allegheny is not perfect, nor is it easy, but it is definitely worth it!”

Charles Ross ’20

Community and Justice Major
Education Minor
Allegheny Football – Varsity Letter
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Association for the Advancement of Black Culture
Men of Color Advancement Association, Vice President
Davies Service Leader
“The Community and Justice Studies program is unique because it is very hands-on and the roots are service-based. Community and Justice Studies takes students out of the classroom and puts them in real-world situations. When I have been put in those situations I had to think critically and really put theory to practice.”