Share your passion for Smith with prospective students and their families by becoming an Alumnae admission volunteer. More than 1,800 alumnae help identify the best and brightest prospective students by representing Smith at college fairs (we supply materials and training), by conducting local interviews for students applying to the college and and working with high school guidance counselors to distribute the Smith College Book Award. If you are interested in learning more about becoming involved in recruiting students for Smith, please contact us.
What You Can Do
- Talk to high school girls in your hometown about your Smith experience.
- Meet with local high school guidance counselors and tell them about Smith.
- Interview prospective students and guide them through the application process.
Alumnae Admission Program
Smith has a proud tradition of alumnae support for students that dates back to 1887 when Smith clubs were established to raise scholarship funds. Alumnae admission volunteers today operate within the structure of their local Smith clubs or alone. The Office of Admission relies upon the volunteer efforts of more than 350 Alumnae Admission Coordinators all over the world. If you are interested in learning more about becoming involved in recruiting students for Smith, please contact us.
To become involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.