What exactly do Admission Ambassadors do?

The primary responsibility of the Admission Ambassadors is to provide tours for prospective students and their families. The Admission Ambassadors are trained to show the campus in a positive and informative way, and to give students a good sense of what life is like at King's. They also assist with Open House programs and other special visitation programs, helping families find their way around campus, answering questions and providing a helpful, friendly contact throughout the day. They may also serve as lunch hosts and/or class hosts, travel with admissions staff to receptions for prospective students, and assist when necessary with Campus Plunge and other overnight stay programs.

 

Mission of an Admission Ambassador

The King's College Admission Ambassadors are an integral part of the Admissions Office.  In this capacity, Ambassadors will play a critical part in the visit of a prospective student, not only showing campus facilities, but sharing his/her experiences while serving as a representative of the King's student body. As a Monarch Ambassador, one is expected to represent the best of King's College students, portray a positive attitude, show enthusiasm for the college, and make prospective students feel comfortable during their visits.


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