New Student Services offers a wide-variety of ways for current students, professionals and alumni to be involved in our various programs. For specific opportunities available at this time, please find the category below that best describes you and contact our office.
New Student Services is recruiting for several full-time Admissions Representative positions. Admissions Representatives hold responsibility for the development of an effective plan to develop and maintain contacts with qualified prospective students within a specific geographic region. This position requires the ability to independently exercise judgment in marketing and promoting K-State and to develop new programs and improve existing programs to serve prospective students and their families. Individuals serving as admissions representatives work as part of a larger team to support K-State's overall enrollment management plan.
One admissions representative will be responsible for the development and implementation of an effective recruitment program for prospective Engineering students. Experience in the engineering field or a STEM discipline is preferred. This position could potentially be based in an out of state regional location.
One admissions representative will be responsible for the development and implementation of an effective multicultural student recruitment program. This position will be assigned additional recruitment activities in a specific geographic region.
All admissions representative positions report to the Assistant Vice President for Student Life/Director of New Student Services.
The Admissions Representative Job Description provides additional information about the responsibilities/qualifications of the position and how to apply.
If you have questions, contact Sonia Topliff at email@example.com or call 785-532-6237.
Current K-State students
Student leaders play a significant role in facilitating the successful transition of new students to the K-State campus. New Student Services Team Members recognize personal needs of prospective students and their families when they are visiting K-State. Additional role responsibilities include:
- Representing the University to internal and external audiences
- Leading campus tours
- Scheduling campus visits
- Assisting with office related tasks
If you are interested in assisting with on campus events like Junior and Senior Days or off campus events like K-State Celebrates, pizza parties, and Hot Career Nights, or helping create a personal K-State touch, please log onto OrgSync and search for the Cat Crew Membership Application!
New Student Services
If you are interested in applying to work in New Student Services, there are two opportunities: New Student Services Ambassador and New Student Services Ambassador - Telecounseling
Applications are taken on a rolling basis and students are notified when there are openings. If you have questions, please contact New Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students interested in completing an internship in New Student Services should contact our office via phone (785-532-6237), to discuss opportunities.
Orientation Leaders and Wildcat Warm-up Counselors
Student leaders play a significant role in facilitating the successful transition of new students to the K-State campus. The orientation and enrollment programs are comprehensive and structured programs recognizing the academic and personal needs of new students entering K-State and their families.
Students interested in being an Orientation Leader or Wildcat Warm-up Counselor should complete an application and return the application to 122 Anderson Hall by 5:00 p.m. on February 2, 2015.
If you have questions, please contact John Lantz at 785-532-6237 or email@example.com
Graduate students interested in completing an assistantship or practicum with New Student Services should contact our office via phone (785-532-6237), to discuss opportunities.
Parents and family member volunteers
One way be connected with K-State is to participate in the K-State Parent and Family Association. The Association is designed to formalize the opportunity for parents and family members of current K-State students to be more actively involved in the K-State experience! As a volunteer, you provide valuable assistance in informing parents and family members about opportunities and benefits associated with the PFA and K-State.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (785) 532-2222.
K-State alums have the opportunity to share their K-State story with prospective and new students and families. Volunteers assist with college fairs, pizza parties, K-State information sessions and hot career nights.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact to learn more about opportunities in your area (785) 532-6318.
As a teacher, you can become a member of the Teacher Ambassador Program, which helps promote K-State to potential students. Through participation in the K-State Teacher Ambassador Program, students you work with will have up-to-date information about K-State through packets of information in the fall and spring semesters and electronic newsletters. As an ambassador you will play an integral role in providing information about K-State to your students, including notices of upcoming events both on and off the campus.
If you are interested in serving as a Teacher Ambassador please e-mail Kiley Moody, email@example.com.