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STUDENT AMBASSADOR SOCIETY

What does SAS do?

As a student ambassador you will volunteer about 15-20 hours per semester. 8 hours are dedicated to biweekly meetings and 7-12 hours are spent assisting and supporting the Office of Admissions. 

Ways that ambassadors help the Office of Admissions include but are not limited to:

  • Working for the Office of the President and the WSU Foundation hosting dignitaries and donors
  • Mingling with students and parents at on-campus programs
  • Writing postcards and making phone calls to potential students
  • Serving on student panels during group visits and on-campus programs
  • Attending Discover WSU programs with Admissions staff
  • Hosting an annual leadership conference for high school leaders throughout the state of Kansas
  • Providing a current student's perspective on WSU

Benefits gained by being a Student Ambassador:

  • Impacting the future of the university by interacting with prospective students, current students, university faculty and staff, and alumni
  • Giving back to the university
  • Professional and social networking
  • Service to the Wichita community
  • Meeting fellow WSU students
  • Leadership development
  • Outreach to WSU campus and the Wichita community
  • Enhancing your Wichita State collegiate experience