SPS Ambassadors are OSU undergraduate students majoring in Psychology. They are the “faces of SPS”. Our Student Ambassadors are employed by the School of Psychological Science and are here to help you learn more about Psychology programs and the student experience! You will see them as Peer Advisors, at SPS events and activities, at the front desk in both Reed Lodge and Snell Hall, answering the SPS phones and answering SPS emails. Stop by either Reed Lodge or the Student Service Center on the 4th floor of Snell Hall to talk with an ambassador and learn more about what they do or contact an ambassador through the Virtual Lobby.

Pictured left to right: Sarah Esqueda, Olivia Schultz, Cindy Quezada, Tayah Whitaker, Sophia Fischer, Micah Watanabe, Otis Eads, Jonathan Wakefield, Lauren Knutson, Claudia Garcia, Hannah Prouty.


2023-2024 Student Ambassadors

What Is a Student Ambassador?

School of Psychological Science Student Ambassadors serve as the student faces of SPS. They are supervised by the Assistant to the Director and assist the school with basic tasks and student services. They work as an organized team to host events and communicate with other on-campus organizations

 

What Do Student Ambassadors Do?

Position Duties Include:

Reception

Scheduling appointments

Processing daily mail

Office cleaning and organization

Photocopying

Answering phones and emails

Peer advising

Event planning

Social media

Student Ambassador Qualifications:

Candidates should have at least one year of higher education at OSU or a strong demonstrated knowledge of OSU policies and procedures and a strong familiarity with the OSU campus

Must possess high degree of organization

Strong interpersonal communication skills

Able to follow instructions

Be able to execute tasks and projects solo

Reliable

Must be able to keep themselves busy during quiet times, as well as be able to

Handle intense situations

What Is a Student Ambassador?

School of Psychological Science Student Ambassadors serve as the student faces of SPS. They are supervised by the Assistant to the Director and assist the school with basic tasks and student services. They work as an organized team to host events and communicate with other on-campus organizations

 

What Do Student Ambassadors Do?

Position Duties Include:

Reception

Scheduling appointments

Processing daily mail

Office cleaning and organization

Photocopying

Answering phones and emails

Peer advising

Event planning

Social media

Student Ambassador Qualifications:

Candidates should have at least one year of higher education at OSU or a strong demonstrated knowledge of OSU policies and procedures and a strong familiarity with the OSU campus

Must possess high degree of organization

Strong interpersonal communication skills

Able to follow instructions

Be able to execute tasks and projects solo

Reliable

Must be able to keep themselves busy during quiet times, as well as be able to

Handle intense situations