Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has appointed Tree Zuzzio, a sophomore business management/political science major from Camp Hill, as student trustee for Clarion University. He will serve until his May 2020 graduation.
The Council of Trustees is responsible for making recommendations, evaluating, reviewing, approving and participating in planning efforts for personnel, fiscal affairs, academic policy, strategic planning, student affairs and facilities management. The governor appoints all trustees, including the student trustee.
Zuzzio serves on Clarion University's Student Senate. He is a member of the Campus Safety Committee, Student Relations Committee, Academic Affairs Committee and the Student Affairs Advisory Board. Zuzzio participates in the Honors Program and was the recipient of the Board of Governors Scholarship. He is active in Clarion University theatre productions and received the Silver Fox Comedy Scholarship in 2017.
Zuzzio, son of Charlie Zuzzio of Seattle and Dorothyrose Layton of Camp Hill, is a graduate of Camp Hill High School.