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New Student Services
Kansas State University
Berney Family Welcome Center
705 N 17th Street
Manhattan, KS 66506

 

785-532-6318 
785-532-3696 fax
nss@k-state.edu

Opportunities

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.

Coordinator for Special Populations Recruitment

The Coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing an effective non-traditional, military affiliated and transfer student recruitment program in support of K-State's enrollment management goals. This position is an essential part of a team to serve prospective students and their families and reports to the Associate Vice President for Student Life/Director of New Student Services.  Additional position and application information is located here

 

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.

If you are interested in applying to work in New Student Services, there are three opportunities: New Student Services Ambassador, New Student Services Telecounselor, and Orientation and Enrollment/Wildcat Warm-up. Please choose from the menu below to apply for the position you are interested in:

Orientation and Enrollment/Wildcat Warm-up

Orientation program staff are essential for incoming students' successful transition into K-State. Descriptions of both positions and time commitments are found on the online application. Both of these programs offer great experiences for students and staff and are a lot of fun. Questions about these positions should be directed to Alma Hidalgo, (785) 532-6318.

Applications for Orientation and Enrollment/Wildcat Warm-up are open and can be downloaded here.

New Student Services Ambassador

Student leaders play a significant role in facilitating the successful transition of new students to the K-State campus. New Student Services Ambassadors recognize personal needs of students visiting K-State and their families.

Applications for New Student Services Ambassador are open and can be downloaded here.

Telecounselor

Student Telecounselors play a significant role in facilitating successful outreach to prospective students visiting K-State.

Applications for Telecounselor are open and can be downloaded here.

Welcome Center Ambassador

Welcome Center Ambassadors assist New Student Services with showcasing K-State to prospective high school and transfer students during on- and off-campus events. Additionally, Ambassadors have the opportunity to assist with outreach by sharing their current K-State story with future Wildcats. Welcome Center Ambassadors are always taking new members, so please consider volunteering for New Student Services!

Other Opportunities:

Undergraduate/Graduate Students

Graduate students interested in assistantships with New Student Services are encouraged to complete the application process through the Division of Student Life.

Undergraduate and graduate students interested in completing an internship or practicum with New Student Services should complete an application to provide further information, including uploading a current resume. Questions should be directed to New Student Services via phone at 785-532-6318.

Alumni volunteers

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.

Teacher ambassadors

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 Courtney Hallenbeck, kstateteachers@k-state.edu.