Undergraduate Admission

Location: Hopfer Undergraduate Admission Center
Phone: 845-257-3200
Website: https://www.newpaltz.edu/admissions/
Email: admissions@newpaltz.edu

Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission for additional opportunities that may be available (employment, volunteer, internships, etc.).

Student Ambassador

Student Ambassador is the primary student contact between the public and SUNY New Paltz in the area of Undergraduate Admission. A Student Ambassador is charged with serving as a host to visiting prospective students and their families as well as providing guidance and information over the phone and through e-mail.

Requirements/Prerequisites: Full-time undergraduate student; On campus resident; 2.5 cumulative GPA; Clean judicial record; Completed one academic year at New Paltz by the start of their employment.  An ideal candidate should also: Genuinely love to be part of the SUNY New Paltz community; enjoy sharing their experiences with others; be articulate, have strong communication skills, and understand the meaning and importance of professionalism and outstanding customer service; have a flexible daily schedule that would allow them to fully commit to the expectations of the job.
Application Timeline: 2021/22 Application Deadline: March 3rd; Reference Deadline: March 5th; Virtual Group Interviews: March 8 - March 19; Virtual individual interviews: March 29 - April 9.
For More Information Visit: https://www.newpaltz.edu/admissions/ambassador_apply.html

Welcome Center Greeter

The Welcome Center desk is located on the first floor of the Haggerty Administration Building where our Greeters play a key role on our campus.  Whether it is a new staff member, current student, general visitor, or a prospective student seeking information, Welcome Center Greeters are there to provide them with information in a patient, friendly, accurate, and helpful manner.

Requirements/Prerequisites: A 2.5 cumulative GPA; a high level of motivation and reliability; ability to communicate effectively with a diverse public; a flexible schedule; a warm and inviting personality; understanding of professionalism and high quality customer service skills; willingness to work during school breaks and occasional weekends
Compensation: Welcome Center Greeters receive approximately $11.80 per hour and work 7-9 hours per week during the academic year. There is also the possibility of working select weekend dates and during school breaks. 
Application Timeline: 2021/22: Applications AND one professional reference form are due no later than Friday, March 5th. Virtual group interviews will be held from March 10th to March 24th. A second round of virtual individual interviews will take place between March 29th and April 9th, with position offers made shortly after.
For More Information Visit: https://www.newpaltz.edu/welcomecenter/employment.html