John Ambrose Appointed Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Michigan State

John Ambrose has been appointed director of undergraduate admissions at Michigan State University. Ambrose, a longtime senior associate director in the Office of Admissions, had been serving as interim executive director for the office.

Ambrose joined the staff at Michigan State in 2008 as senior associate director for inclusion, strategic planning, and student success. Earlier, Ambrose served in leadership roles at the national and state levels of the Michigan Association for College Admissions Counseling.

A native of Detroit, Ambrose is a graduate of Western Michigan University, where he majored in printing management. He holds a master’s degree in adult learning from Marygrove College in Detroit.

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