Golden Rams

Become a Student Philanthropy Ambassador

The Society is an exclusive group of students who understand the impact philanthropy has on West Chester University, and are prepared to donate time to programs and events run by our Foundation, the Alumni Association, and West Chester University.

Together, we can help educate WCU students and alumni about the importance of philanthropy and why giving back matters today.

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Elite Ambassadors

Serving as a liaison between WCU students and our Foundation, you will attend extraordinary fundraising events and network with distinguished University leaders, partners, and alumni. You will promote student philanthropy on campus and become an elite ambassador who helps today’s students become lifelong supporters of West Chester University.

Executive Board

Led by a dedicated student board, Society members are recognized alongside faculty, staff, and alumni as key contributors to student success at WCU.

Meet the Board

Student Philanthropy

Discover what WCU programs and initiatives Golden Rams like you care about — and how easy it is to support them.

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What’s it like to be an elite ambassador? Hear from the students who represent your interests at Presidential events and around campus.

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Lasting Rewards

As part of GRS, you’ll gain valuable experience in marketing, program planning, networking, and project management. Plus, all GRS members will receive a $250 scholarship in recognition of their dedication and service to the University. It’s our way of helping our most passionate student supporters experience the benefits of philanthropy first-hand.

Still Have Questions?

Contact Lauren Giannaris ’12 at or 610-455-6048.

Apply to the Society

If you think you’re ready to champion philanthropy and help us advance the mission of West Chester University, apply to the Golden Rams Society today. With your help, we can bring more WCU students into the cycle of success.

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