In order to serve as a member of the Alumni and Parents Admission Program, all volunteers must:
- Have an undergraduate degree from Washington University or have a child who currently attends Washington University.
- Take a one-year leave of absence if you have a child who is a high school senior. Please email APAP if this applies to you.
- Not work as an independent college counselor or consultant. Please email APAP if this applies to you.
- Understand that you are bound by the Washington University Code of Conduct, and all interactions with WashU prospects/applicants, whether in-person or virtual, will be conducted appropriately as a representative of the university.
- Understand that many APAP activities, including interviews, will be virtual for the 2021-2022 season. If you would like to take a one-year leave of absence, please email APAP.
- Enjoy speaking with high school students and be willing to enthusiastically share your WashU experiences with them.
- Check your email on a regular basis.
- Regularly log into the APAP Volunteer Portal to update contact information, volunteer preferences, and manage interview assignments, if applicable.
- Review all applicable training materials.
- Not make any indication of admissibility to applicants.
- Respect those who are different from you and set aside personal biases.
- Not use contact information of other APAP members for business or commercial purposes, as outlined in the Terms and Conditions of Use.
- Agree that all aspects of the interview and the data available through the APAP Portal are confidential and should not be shared with anyone outside of the APAP office. Any unauthorized use of, access to, or disclosure of information, whether voluntary or involuntary, is strictly prohibited.
- Report any incidents or interactions of concern to APAP office immediately.
Any APAP member found in violation of these eligibility requirements will be subject to removal from APAP.