The Chambers College's Student Ambassadors are engaged and enthusiastic members of the Chambers College family. They represent the school to their peers and prospective students, assisting with recruitment initiatives such as open houses and calling campaigns. They also serve the College with retention-minded events like Student Ambassador Panels in BCOR 199, B&E Major Fairs and events hosted by the Center for Career Development.
Your first year in college is an exciting time, but it can be a difficult one too. The Chambers College's Peer Mentors are here to help you adjust to your new surroundings, and find your way through all that WVU has to offer.
Using Supplemental Instruction best practices, we identify traditionally challenging undergraduate business courses (currently this includes Accounting 201 and 202, Economics 201 and 202, and Statistics), embed a student who has received an A in the course already into the course, and have them run at least two review sessions a week for the students currently taking the course. Our end-goal is to improve retention.