Alumni and fogeys Admission Program (APAP)
The Alumni and fogeys Admission Program (APAP) could be a cluster of Washington University undergrad alumni and parents of current undergraduates who assist with the undergraduate admissions process. APAP members facilitate the university recruit, interview (alumni only), enroll, and welcome gifted students. The program additionally allows alumni and parents to form connections with each other in cities everywhere the world.
As an APAP volunteer, you will:
Help raise the profile of the university by advocating for WashU and inspiring admitted students to enroll.
Stay up-to-date on exciting university developments and undergrad admissions efforts.
Receive invites to receptions with alumni, parents of current students, and admitted and enrolling students and their families.
Network with alumni and fogeys everywhere the world.
Already an APAP member?
we’ve several volunteer resources and data to assist you in your role.
Note: so as to volunteer with APAP, you may need a WUSTL key and password. If you wish help retrieving or putting in your WUSTL key, please email APAP.
undergrad alumni volunteers assist the Admissions workplace by interviewing undergraduate students who have applied to Washington University. Interview reports from members offer the Admissions Committee with necessary info a few student that will not be evident in their application.
additionally to interviewing prospective students, alumni APAP members may represent the university at school fairs, host and attend receptions for admitted and enrolling students, and facilitate unfold the word regarding WashU.
oldsters of current students are in an exceedingly special position to share their views on their undergrad student’s experiences and also the worth of a Washington University education.
oldsters may represent Washington University at school fairs, function greeters throughout Interview Days, host and attend receptions for prospective and enrolling families, and get in touch with parents of enrolling students to welcome them to WashU.
APAP dowered Scholarship Fund
Sally Silvers, AB ’69, former National APAP Chair, and her late husband Henry M. Robert Silvers, AB ’66, established the primary APAP endowed scholarship fund in 2001 in honor of Sally’s parents, Myra T. and Leroy Kopolow.
The APAP Endowed Scholarship offers support for 2 students associate degreenually who interviewed with APAP and received a high interview rating, show educational and extracurricular promise, and demonstrate vital unmet monetary need. As an dowered fund, the APAP scholarship can provide student support in perpetuity. Your gift of any quantity will bolster the university’s ability to admit and enrol outstanding students with financial need. If you’d like additional information,