Lafayette’s student ambassadors will be some of the first people you meet when you visit campus. They know a lot about the College. They will take you on a campus tour and give you information that will help you make your college decision. They can also answer questions before you visit. Feel free to send them an email.


 

Kenzie Corbin '18

Neuroscience and French from Cincinnati, Ohio

"Lafayette has allowed me to pursue all of my multidisciplinary passions, both inside the classroom and out. I never thought I would find a place that allowed me to truly be me, but alas, that place is Laf!"

Joaquin Font '19

Mechanical engineering from Buenos Aires, Argentina

"I enjoy studying in a small, personal environment, in which my professors encourage me to succeed academically and socially."

Mikai Johnson '19

English from Brooklyn, N.Y.

"I chose Lafayette because I saw a place that encouraged and promoted growth within its students. And I have great opportunities, through Greek life, Quest, LCAP, NIA: Women of Purpose, and my classes, to flourish and excel as a student and a person."

Patrick Corcoran '17

Mathematics from Beverly, Mass.

"I chose Lafayette because of the resources, the opportunity to compete at the Division I level, and the individual attention to students. But what it came down to for me was a sense of longing to join the Lafayette community, and a sense that I was going to be missing out on something truly unique if I went somewhere else."

Brenda Del Rio '19

Theater from Dallas, Texas

"I chose Lafayette because they went beyond the transcripts and test scores. They looked at who I am as a person, and that was important to me."

Aaron Gabay '18

Engineering and psychology from Easton, Pa.

"Lafayette's diverse course selection appealed to me, ultimately allowing me to pursue both my majors."

Ellen Colbourne '17

Economics and international affairs from British Columbia, Canada

"Playing field hockey at Lafayette has provided me with the most amazing opportunities and experiences. The coaches and professors want you to succeed and do everything they can to help you be balanced and successful in sports and academic commitments."

Becca Webster '19

Geology and policy studies from Jamestown, N.C.

"I was searching for an intellectually challenging school that would also allow me to break out of my comfort zone. I found that in the Lafayette community."