Say hello to Philadelphia University’s Rambassadors as they welcome students and their family members to campus this week and throughout the 2008-2009 academic year.
A student group overseen by the Office of Admissions, the Rambassadors are composed of 39 Philadelphia University students of various academic disciplines, interests and backgrounds who help introduce prospective students and their families to campus, creating a positive first impression of the University and its offerings.
“The Rambassadors are integral to the success of our recruitment of high school students and their parents,” said Kathy Kissane, senior associate director of Admissions. “They offer a first-hand look at the wonderful opportunities students have at Philadelphia University. These students go a long way in promoting a favorable impression of the University for our visitors and prospective students.”
Friendly, approachable and professional, Rambassadors provide students with useful information about the University through weekly tours for prospective students and their families and also open-house tours. Prior to conducting tours, Rambassadors participate in comprehensive training sessions educating them on the University’s history and the benefits of a Philadelphia University degree.
This year’s Rambassadors include:
Mary Ellen Doyle
Andrew Van Sant
To become a Rambassador, interested full-time undergraduate students may apply via a written application and interview with the Office of Admissions. All applicants must be in good disciplinary standing with the Dean of Students Office and hold a minimum GPA of 2.5. For more information, CLICK HERE >>