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Become an Arizona Ambassador

Arizona Ambassadors
September 18, 2013

Are you obsessed with the UA? Do you love to show off your backward walking skills? Have you ever found yourself suddenly singing the fight song?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, then apply to become an Arizona Ambassador!

The Arizona Ambassador Honorary is a volunteer/service organization on campus and has been around since 1979. Ambassadors provide campus tours to prospective students on a daily basis and participate in numerous on and off campus recruitment events. The organization logs nearly 1000 community service hours a semester.

This is a great opportunity to share your unique Wildcat Experience, meet prospective students, improve your public speaking skills, make amazing networks and connections among the campus community and learn things about the university you NEVER knew! Recruiting new students will open up more opportunities than you can imagine, and you will play a pivotal role in the college selection process.

Applications are NOW AVAILABLE at the following locations:

  • Office of Admissions (Bear Down Gym)
  • Academic Success and Achievement/Student Transitions
  • ASUA
  • Center for Student Involvement and Leadership
  • African American Student Affairs (MLK Center)
  • Asian/American Student Affairs
  • Chicano/Hispano Student Affairs
  • Native American Student Affairs

Or download an application from at

The application deadline is Friday, Oct. 4 at 3 p.m.

Be sure you stay updated through our Facebook page at

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any of the following people:

Natalie Jo Horwitz, Selections and Training Chair –
Andrew Williams, Selections and Training Chair –
Scott Kirkessner, Senior Coordinator-Programs and Tours –

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