POP Facilitator FAQs
I have reviewed the time commitments and see that I have a conflict. Should I still apply?
I have a violation. What does this mean for my application?
Our application asks that if you have a violation that you disclose that situation.
If you are concerned whether your violation will affect your ability to be selected as a POP Facilitator, please contact Molly Basdeo Mountjoy in New Student and Family Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org before submitting you POP Facilitator application.
What if I want to apply to multiple Pre-Orientation Programs or to be a Peer Adviser or Family Ambassador too?
Applicants are able to apply for up to two pre-orientation programs.
The POP Facilitator, Peer Adviser, and Family Ambassador positions each have a separate application and selection process. If you are selected to move forward to the final stages of any of these application processes, you will receive a form from New Student and Family Programs on Tuesday, February 5 to let us know if there is a position you prefer over the other. This information is due to us by Tuesday, February 12. Expressing preference for one position over the other does not guarantee that specific position or any position. We do expect however, that if you are taking the time to apply to a position you are actually interested in serving in that role.
Applicants will only be offered one student leader position.