Peer Concentration Counselors

Peer Concentration Counselors (PCCs)

One way of getting involved in the Department is to become a Peer Concentration Counselor (PCC). PCCs represent the History Department at concentration fairs and departmental events, and share with students interested in History their experiences as concentrators. They also constitute the concentrators’ committee, which meets with the History Undergraduate Office staff to discuss how to improve the curriculum and connections between faculty, tutors, and undergraduates, as well as to provide feedback on program policies and issues. They are a vital part of the History community.

Peer Concentration Counselors

Adams House

Cabot House

Currier House

Dunster House

Eliot House

Leverett House

Lowell House

Mather House

Pforzheimer House

Quincy House

Winthrop House