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Thank you for your interest in our University Ambassador program!

Information Sessions &
Recruitment Timeline

Click the button below to review the interview timeline and sign up for an information session to ask questions of our University Ambassadors.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How many applicants are selected to become ambassadors?

A: While the number of ambassadors vary from cohort to cohort, we typically invite around 30 new members into the organization. 

Q: How much time should I expect to contribute to the Visitor Center? 

A: New ambassadors can expect to spend as much as 6-8 hours in the Visitor Center a week. During your new ambassador training, you will meet for a two-hour meeting each week. Once you are a seasoned ambassador, you will only meet for one hour a week in addition to your scheduled tours.

Q: What does the interview process look like for University Ambassadors? 

A: Our interview process is three rounds that consists of a Group Interview, Panel Interview, and Final Interview. 

If you have any additional questions about our application process or our ambassador program, please contact us at 

If you are interested in our University Ambassador program, you may also be interested in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions outreach programs, Admissions Student Council and MOST (Multicultural Outreach Student Team). Both programs work large-scale Admissions events, serve on student panels, talk to students back at their high schools and meet with students one-on-one to help recruit future Gamecocks. Gamecock Connection is the general Admissions Student Volunteer group, and MOST is the group that focuses on multicultural student recruitment. 

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