Admissions, Registrar, & Financial Aid Ambassadors

The Ambassador program provides prospective students with a North Idaho College Student perspective, assist with recruitment & orientation activities, and support students through enrollment, financial aid, and registration processes.

To be selected as an Ambassador is an honor and an excellent avenue for personal and professional growth. In addition to a full tuition and fee grant in aid for the academic year, Ambassadors will receive valuable leadership development training, multiple networking opportunities, and many chances to enhance their overall college experience.

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FAQ

Who are the Ambassadors?
Ambassadors are North Idaho College students who assist the Admissions, Registrar's, & Financial Aid Offices with prospective students, applicant, registrar, and financial aid services.

What do Ambassadors offer?
Ambassadors offer a student perspective to prospective students during tours, campus events, orientation, and answering phones. They also participate in general office activities as needed.

Where is their office?
You can contact the Ambassadors in the Admissions, Registrar's, & Financial Aid Offices. Each Ambassador holds office hours on a weekly basis.

When do they offer tours?
The Admissions Ambassadors have a set tour schedule that compliments their office hours each semester. We encourage you to schedule a visit at your convenience.

How can I become an Ambassador?
Beginning annually in March, the Admissions, Registrar's, & Financial Aid Offices post the application for Ambassador positions on this website.