In addition to giving campus tours throughout the summer, our Summer Admission Ambassadors are eager to answer your questions and provide a current student perspective on the Davidson experience. We encourage you to review the ambassadors' academic and co-curricular interests and send them emails with any questions you may have.
Courtney Bowles '17 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Campus Activities: Bernard Math Society, First Scholars
Fun Fact: I'm really into Crossfit.
Tip for Visiting Students: Definitely check out the town of Davidson while you're here! It was a big reason I chose Davidson; it's just a great place to be. Also, take a picture of yourself with the Wildcat statue outside of Baker Sports Complex. My family still has the one we took during my first visit to Davidson.
Spencer Davies '17 (email@example.com)
Campus Activities: Varsity swimming, Men's Swimming Representative on Athletic Sustainability Council
Fun Fact: Avid University of Louisville and Davidson fan.
Tip for Visiting Students: Get in contact with current students and ask them a lot of questions so you can fully understand what it's like to be a Davidson student. Also, come back in the fall for an overnight visit, and spend the night in a dorm–this is the best way to completely immerse yourself in student life and learn about Davidson from the student perspective.
Melissa McKinney '17 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Campus Activities: Executive board member for the Asian Culture Awareness Association, Turner Eating House, Students Together Reaching for Individual Development and Education (STRIDE) mentor
Fun Fact: I'm double jointed in both arms.
Tip for Visiting Students: Take a moment, stand in the middle of Chambers lawn, and take in the campus. It might be your home for four years, and it's important that you can imagine yourself here.
Alex Mull-Dreyer '18 (email@example.com)
Fun Fact: I am a Black Belt in Tang Soo Do.
Tip for Visiting Students: Definitely check out the Lake Campus. Students often spend time there during the year, go waterskiing and sailing, relax, barbecue, and play volleyball. Definitely worth the drive to Exit 31!
Nicole Prendes '18 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Major: Hispanic Studies
Campus Activities: Club Swimming, Adopt-a-Grandparent, Reformed University Fellowship (RUF)
Fun Fact: I love turtles.
Tip for Visiting Students: Summer is a great time to visit nearby Fisher Farm.