Southwestern Seeks Student Ambassadors

The enrollment department is currently looking for any Southwestern students who want to become a Southwestern ambassador.

A Southwestern ambassador is someone who loves to meet new people, likes talking about Southwestern, and sharing personal experiences.

Ambassadors represent Jesus first as well as the University. Ambassadors also give tours to prospective students and their parents while sharing experiences here at Southwestern, and help with events on campus such as:  University Days, University Experience visits, Basketball Tournaments, and Music Festival.

Anyone is interested in applying to be an ambassador should email Tina Bottsford, director of enrollment at tinabot@swau.edu.

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