» Applying to be an Alumni Ambassador

Alumni Ambassadors promote the value and importance of being involved in the Chapman community, not just during your undergraduate years at Chapman but beyond graduation for a lifetime. The Alumni Ambassadors work with various planning committees for all signature campus events to ensure that Ambassadors have specific and meaningful duties at all events in an effort to promote the value and satisfaction that comes with a continued relationship with the university beyond graduation. 

Alumni Ambassadors must fulfill three requirements:

  1. Volunteer at least 1 time per calendar year at a campus event in which the Ambassadors are involved
  2. Be an active member of the Chapman community by participating in at least one event on campus per year, such as attending a music or theater performance on campus, taking a campus tour, entering a team in the Chili Cook Off during homecoming, etc.
  3. Take part in an educational training seminar regarding Chapman to ensure the ability to speak and answer questions regarding Chapman University information (including history, facts and statistics).

Once all three requirements have been fulfilled annually, the Ambassador will be qualified to wear a specially designed name tag bearing the Ambassador seal and will be in good standing as a member of the Alumni Ambassadors.

Do you feel that you have the three requirements that it takes to be an Alumni Ambassador at Chapman University?

To apply to be a Chapman University Alumni Ambassador, complete the form below. You will receive an email of your submitted information for your records.

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