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Da’juantay Wynter

Student Assistant

How Can I Help

I'm available to greet students at the front desk and guide them toward resources for academic success. As an Academic Skills Peer Coach, I can also assist students in developing essential skills like time management, effective communication with professors, crafting study plans, and more!


Da’juantay Wynter joined the Learning Center team as a Front Desk Assistant in September of 2022. He is a second-year undergraduate student double majoring in Education and American Culture Studies with a minor in Business of Social Impact. Da’juantay takes pride in his identity as a First Generation Low Income student. His personal experiences growing up in poverty have shaped his dedication to fostering a more equitable education system for students across America.

In addition to greeting students at the Learning Center’s front desk, Da’juantay also manages the Center’s social media presence, creates and distributes promotional materials, and supports the Student Advisory Board. In 2023, he became an Academic Skills Peer Coach and began offering one-on-one coaching sessions for current and incoming undergraduate students.

Beyond his work at the Learning Center, Da’juantay is an active member of the Ervin Scholar Community and TRIO Scholar Community. He serves on the executive board for Black Anthology, contributes as a writer for the Washington University Political Review. He is a member of the Undergraduate Student Affairs Advisory Board, a student representative on the Faculty and National Library Council, and a member of Phi Delta Phi, WashU’s pre-law fraternity. Notably, he previously chaired the Campus and Residential Life Committee in the Student Union Senate.

Outside of school, Da’juantay enjoys spending time with friends, listening to music, exploring the city, and just making memories that he’ll always remember!

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