University of West Georgia Ambassadors
University of West Georgia Ambassadors is the University's
elite service organization. They assist in providing insight and
information about the University.
Ambassadors are well-informed and knowledgeable about
UWG. They possess great leadership skills and serve as role models
for prospective and existing UWG students. UWG Ambassadors promote
leadership, education and growth.
University Ambassadors' main goal is to assist the
Office of Undergraduate Admissions with recruitment of new students.
They visit local high schools, provide tours and information for
various groups visiting UWG, host special events on campus and attend
college fairs throughout Georgia.
UWG Ambassadors also provide an Adopt-a-Student Program
where high school seniors can adopt an Ambassador and
spend the day with him or her.
As a part of the Post-secondary Readiness Enrichment
Program (PREP), UWG Ambassadors inform 7th graders about post-secondary
Colorado State Alumni Ambassador Program
This program is unique, because Colorado State University Alumni,
not students, serve as the University representatives.
The Office of Admissions Alumni Ambassador program was initiated
in 1982 as an opportunity for dedicated Colorado State University
alumni to help recruit students from accross the country to Colorado
State. Alumni volunteers help the university reach prospective and
admitted students and their parents.
They volunteer their efforts in three ways:
- College Fairs - Recruitment at college fairs held at
local high schools
- Early Advising Sessions - Assist with programs held in
select major cities across the country. Ambassadors help admitted
new freshmen and their parents learn more about the advising process
at Colorado State and register for the fall semester.
- Student Contact - Alumni Ambassadors have the opportunity
to get connected with students in their local areas to share their
experiences and address questions and concerns students and their
parents may have about Colorado State University.