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UAlberta Ambassador Program

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Third-year Biological Sciences and Psychology student Hayley is a colour theory whiz and winter’s biggest fan.

Represent your school — become a UAlberta Ambassador! 

UAlberta Ambassador recruitment for the 2018-2019 school year is now closed. Applications for the 2019-2020 school year will open in February 2019. If you have any questions, please email Drew Delbaere, Volunteer Management Coordinator, at, or call 780-492-8023.

UAlberta Ambassadors are student volunteers who help show past, present, and future members of the UAlberta community why our institution is a great place to be. Approximately 80 UAlberta students represent our university in a variety of ways:

  • Lead campus tours and on-campus experiences for prospective students and their families, as well as teachers, counsellors, alumni and the general public through the University of Alberta’s Campus Visit Program.
  • Provide service triage and welcome guests to Student Connect.
  • Represent the University of Alberta at various events on and off-campus, such as The President’s Society Dinner, Alumni Weekend, Open House, and more!

How can I include UAlberta Ambassadors in my event?

To request the volunteer services of the UAlberta Ambassador Team, University of Alberta staff and community members are welcome to email or call 780-492-8023. Please note that requests are considered based on Ambassadors' availability, the timing of the opportunity, and applicability to the Ambassador role.

Why become a UAlberta Ambassador?

The UAlberta Ambassador Program is a lot of fun, but it also provides a number of benefits that will serve you throughout your university career and beyond!

  • Involvement with your campus community
  • Volunteer experience
  • Public speaking and communication skills
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Leadership skills
  • Networking opportunities
  • Social events and lasting friendships

Don't just take our word for it — hear it from the students themselves!