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Providence College Alumni Admission Ambassadors

Become an Alumni Admission Ambassador and share your experiences and your enthusiasm for Providence College with future Friars!

The Providence College Office of Admission is seeking Alumni Admission Ambassadors to serve as volunteers throughout the academic year to help engage with prospective students and share your PC experience. The Providence College Alumni Admission Ambassador Program (PCA3) provides an opportunity to help promote the value of a Providence College education, and continue to expand the recruitment efforts of the Office of Admission.

Since 1996, dedicated alumni across the country have volunteered with the Office of Admission and their local communities by attending college fairs. Alumni Ambassadors have provided a unique aspect to the admission process by meeting with families and sharing the spirit of the Providence community with prospective students over the years. Ambassador volunteers create a larger presence for Providence College across the country and encourage qualified students to apply. They share invaluable personal experiences that go beyond any brochure or website.


Ways to be involved as an Alumni Admission Ambassador

Primarily Alumni Ambassadors are asked to represent Providence College at college fairs in their local area but volunteers may also be asked to join a panel for prospective or admitted students allowing them to share their PC experiences and where they are today.

Fall 2022 College Fair Opportunities(opens in a new tab)

Why get involved?

Volunteering as an Alumni Admission Ambassador allows you to stay connected with your alma mater; to share your professional accomplishments with prospective Friars; to talk about your experiences in Friartown; and to know you played a role in recruiting the generation of Providence College students.

Contact Elizabeth Ward at pca3@providence.edu for more information.