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Flyer Recruitment Program

No one can speak to the Flyer experience better than a UD grad.

The Flyer Recruitment Program provides opportunities for passionate alumni to recruit a talented and diverse population of future Flyers. As a volunteer, you can use your own personal UD experience and provided training, to speak to the benefits of campus life and the value of a degree from UD.

Eligible volunteers must:

  • Hold a degree from the University. Preference will be given to those with undergraduate degrees, but alumni with graduate degrees that feel knowledgeable and able to speak to the undergraduate experiences on campus may participate.
  • Be committed to growing a diverse student population, enjoy interacting with others and have excitement for sharing their Flyer pride.
  • Have the time to fulfill the role and complete any follow-up requested.
  • Follow guidelines (PDF) set by the National Association of College Admissions Counseling.
  • Not be the guardian of a child applying to UD or going through the application cycle.
  • Alumni who are college admission professionals or, independent or community college counselors are not eligible to volunteer for the Flyer Recruitment Program.

Volunteer Opportunities for Alumni

Through personalized outreach, volunteers congratulate admitted students, answer questions, encourage students to participate in digital events, and share personal experiences from their time at UD. Volunteers will be asked to call and text approximately 10 admitted students between February and April. Additionally, volunteers will have the opportunity to send postcards to incoming students the summer before classes start. Individuals can volunteer from any location.

Volunteers will be asked to review the Flyer Champion Handbook, participate in a digital training session, and be committed to fulfilling role requirements in a timely fashion.

View a role description (PDF)

Volunteer at UD admission events in person or digitally. Representatives may be asked to help mingle and answer general questions from prospective students and families and/or speak during the program. Often, volunteers will be asked to participate at an event within their geographical region.

Volunteers will receive a training guide, talking points and maybe asked to attend a digital training.

Due to the pandemic, in-person admission events have been postponed. Once it is determined to be safe to host in-person events, volunteers may be asked to attend and help out at events in their area.

View a role description (PDF)

Act as a representative of the University of Dayton at a local college fair. Volunteers will be provided with general academic and application information. Volunteers should feel comfortable representing the University and support efforts to recruit competitive and diverse students.

Due to the pandemic, college fairs will not be in-person events. An enrollment management staff member will represent the University at any digital fairs. Please check back at a later date to see if this volunteer role has opened back up.

Recommend a high school student that embodies the characteristics of a Flyer and the desire to learn, lead, and serve. Admission staff will follow-up with prospective students.

Fill out the Admission Inquiry Form

Volunteer Interest Form

Please complete this form if you are interested in volunteering with the Flyer Recruitment Program. The University of Dayton reserves the right to review and restrict participation.

Contact our team

The Flyer Recruitment Program is a collaborative partnership between Alumni Relations and the Office of Recruitment and Admission. Alumni with questions should contact McKenzie Morin ‘06.

Lindsey Freed

Director of Regional Recruitment and Admission

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McKenzie Morin

Senior Associate Director, Alumni and Constituent Programs

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