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UW Ambassador Team Members

Get to know the team of students who answer your questions and give our amazing campus tours!

Clay

Major: Elementary Education
Hometown: Minden, NE
Advice for new students: (1) Go to class; (2) Visit professor office hours; (3) Learn to turn a paragraph into a page; (4) Always be professional; (5) College is the foundation of your future - take it seriously.

Rory

Major: Physiology
Hometown: Riverton, WY
Advice for new students: Hometown: I would advise to go see your teachers! It's super important that they know you care and are trying. If you do this, then they are more willing to work with you at a later date.

Ryan

Major: Criminal Justice
Hometown: Fort Collins, CO
Advice for new students: Go to class!

Clayton

Major: Economics & Math
Hometown: Casper, WY
Advice for new students: Learn how to manage your time and make sure to get involved.

Anna

Major: Music Education
Hometown: Palisade, CO
Advice for new students: Don't be afraid to go outside of your comfort zone, whether it be joining ASUW, going on an outdoor adventure, joining a club or simply making new friends.

Brandon

Major: Microbiology/Molecular Biology
Hometown: Eaton, CO
Advice for new students: The most important advice I can give you incoming freshmen is to go to class. It is pivotal even for classes that you understand completely.

Dietrich

Major: Spanish
Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Advice for new students: For Yourself: Make goals for yourself while you are in college. Find a passion or hobby you have that makes you happy and keep it. Don't forget to take the time to call mom and dad. For School: Always attending class is the key to success in college. Becoming involved on campus any way you can and any way that will improve yourself as a person. balance your time well and have fun while doing it.

Ian

Major: Chemical Engineering
Hometown: Laramie, WY
Advice for new students: Get to know your academic advisor.

Kay

Major: Kinesiology
Hometown: Fort Collins, CO
Advice for new students: Be yourself, love people, and laugh at yourself!

Kindal

Major: Psychology
Hometown: Denver, CO
Advice for new students: Throughout college, you are going to grow and develop into an independent young person with ambitions, goals, and dreams that you may never have imagined you'd have when you first began your time here at UW. Embrace the journey!

Sarah

Major: Physiology
Hometown: Ranchester, WY
Advice for new students: Put the future in good hands - your own!

Jessica

Major: Pharmacy
Hometown: Denver, CO
Advice for new students: "I would rather have a mind opened by wonder than closed by belief." - Gerry Spence

Henry

Major: Economics/Global & Area Studies
Hometown: Parkman, WY
Advice for new students: Your character, a little dedication, and a good amount of integrity will get you farther in life than an A in Biology 1010.

Susan

Major: Molecular & Microbiology
Hometown: Albin, WY
Advice for new students: Don't forget to get involved early. This will help lay a foundation within a community, meet lifelong friends, experience new things, and set you up for future opportunities.

Emily

Major: Undeclared
Hometown: Reston, VA
Advice for new students: Participate in the Fall Outdoor Experience. It is so much fun and a great way to meet people

Lily

Major: Physiology
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Advice for new students: Be outgoing and be yourself!

Victoria

Major: Secondary Education - English
Hometown: Casper, WY
Advice for new students: Try new things! Join a club or an organization just for fun and to meet new people. It may end up being one of the best decisions you make during your college years.

Brayden

Major: Communication/Marketing
Hometown: Hoven, SD
Advice for new students: You will get knocked down in college, that's why they have weed-out classes - It is not how you stand up after getting knocked down, it is how you take your first step forward.

Dakota

Major: Global & Area Studies
Hometown: Gillette, WY
Advice for new students: Stay positive and smile every day!

Katy

Major: Communication
Hometown: Cheyenne, WY
Advice for new students: Your college experience is ultimately up to you - so make the most of it. Get involved, meet new people and never underestimate your potential.

Danielle

Major: Secondary Education - English
Hometown: Nederland, CO
Advice for new students: Follow your heart and trust your gut!

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