Current Johnnies can demonstrate their school pride by providing tours to visiting families through the volunteer Student Ambassador program. Student ambassadors assist with all Office of Undergraduate Admission events. They are considered by the office and the University to be an invaluable resource as they inform others about the many programs and services offered, as well as the tradition and history of our great institution.
We know the college search process can be overwhelming—we’re here for you. Our Student Ambassadors are happy to answer any questions about campus life, academic programs, or what it’s really like to be a Johnny. Connect with us today!
Sarah Rasmussen is a sophomore Childhood Education major with a concentration in English from San Diego, CA. Even though she has a hectic schedule, she is always there for her fellow ambassadors whenever needed. Her favorite St. John’s memory so far is the Spring Carnival because she experienced her first Ferris wheel ride and had fun with her friends before final exams. Besides being a student ambassador, Sarah also works with Jumpstart, an organization to help children in underdeveloped communities. She is also a member of the fraternity Theta Phi Alpha.
Nicole Fadel is a senior Criminal Justice major with a minor in Homeland Security from Brooklyn, NY. Besides successfully managing her school work and serving the University as a student ambassador, she is involved in the National Criminal Justice Honor Society and the College of Professional Studies Honor Society. Nicole is currently applying to law schools while working a part-time job on the weekends.
Stop by the Welcome Center on the Queens campus or the Office of Admission in the Kelleher Center on Staten Island campus to learn more. Find out about upcoming information sessions and access our online application here!