MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI ADMISSIONS PROGRAM
This group of alumni assists Millersville University's Admissions staff at scheduled recruitment events including college fairs, orientation, Move-in Day and many other activities. Alumni assist by providing information to prospective students in the areas of programs of study, financial aid, etc. Training is provided.
If you are interested in participating in this program, please contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at 1-800-681-1855 or email@example.com. Multiple volunteer opportunities are listed below.
ATTEND A COLLEGE FAIR IN YOUR AREA
Volunteers are needed to serve as Alumni Admissions Representatives at high school college fairs across the country. Alumni are encouraged to help host a booth where you will share admissions materials and your Millersville story with prospective students. Alumni can answer questions for students and families about their experiences on campus and in the classroom and encourage them to consider a visit to an open house or to apply for admission.
To serve as an Alumni Admissions Representative in your area, please click to view the Alumni Admissions Training Program then sign up HERE for more information. A member of the Admissions staff will reach out to provide more details about opportunities where you live and work.
ENCOURAGE A STUDENT TO APPLY TO MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY
Do you know anyone interested in attending college? Alumni can be fantastic ambassadors of the university and offer great insight for prospective undergraduate and graduate students thinking about applying to Millersville University.
Encourage your friends, neighbors and family members to learn more about your alma mater by:
Taking a virtual tour of campus;
As volunteers representing MU in the admissions process, we ask that you also follow our professional guidelines as you converse with prospective or admitted students and their parents. Should you have any questions about this practice, please contact the Alumni Engagement Director.
Because our work with prospective students is so sensitive, it is important to follow a professional ethical code by providing accurate information to prospective students and their family members. In accordance with guidelines outlined in the Statement of Principles of Good Practice by our professional organization, the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC), MU admissions representatives should:
- Provide accurate information about admissions requirements, deadlines for applications, and notification dates.
- Be aware of the general profile of the currently enrolled freshman class.
- Present pictures and descriptions of campus and community that are current and realistic.
- Put students in touch with the appropriate office if we are unable to answer specific questions.
- Avoid using disparaging comparisons with other institutions or aggressively promoting MU.
- Refrain from on-the-spot judgments about a student's admissibility.
- Provide information that states clearly the total yearly cost of attending MU.
- Describe financial aid as a supplement to the financial contributions of students and their families.
To view the complete document of the Statement of Principles of Good Practice, go to: