​University 100

University 100 is a group of Syracuse University student ambassadors who represent our diverse community and share their love of Orange through campus tours and networking events.

Families touring campus with a U100 ambassador on the quad

Own the Dome Student Volunteers
Deadline April 1

The Own the Dome student emcees, Hannah Butler and Barrington Bucknor, invite fellow students to volunteer for Own the Dome on April 14-15. Volunteers will welcome newly-admitted students and showcase the wide range of opportunities students enjoy at Syracuse University. Individuals can volunteer to help with check-in and team-building activities, and for general support. Students must complete the online volunteer form by Monday, April 1.

What is U100?

University 100 (U100) is the student ambassador organization for Syracuse University. U100 students represent the University’s diverse backgrounds and majors and interact with guests and visitors. Personable leaders who are deeply involved in campus life, ambassadors share their pride and energy with people visiting the University for the first time.

Join if you are open to new experiences, friends, and connections. You'll also develop professional skills, from public speaking as a campus tour guide to networking by attending official University functions. You will greet families at open houses for prospective students, marshal the Homecoming Parade, and represent the student body at alumni, trustee, and Chancellor events.

History of U100

In recognition of the impact Syracuse University students have in the recruitment of new students, the Office of Admissions established the University 100 in 1985. Since that time, the student volunteer group has been involved in assisting the Office of Admissions as well as other University offices and administrators, and occasionally visiting dignitaries.

University 100 is named to recognize its role and honorary stature within the University. And as the name suggests, there are approximately 100 students in the organization annually who reflect the diversity of the University. U100 members represent each college and many geographic and ethnic backgrounds.

Charter members of the University 100 were selected through nominations provided by the academic deans. Currently, members are selected in a more competitive manner. Interested students must submit an application, and, if chosen, interview to be selected for the organization. Members must possess the following qualities: strong academic record, extracurricular involvement, leadership skills, maturity, people skills, and an enthusiasm for Syracuse University.