University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown

Pitt-Johnstown Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors are a leadership opportunity for students to serve and represent Pitt-Johnstown. Ambassadors represent Pitt-Johnstown at in-person and virtual recruitment events such as weekday tours, open house programs, student panels, and social media live-streams.  

 

MEET OUR STUDENT AMBASSADORS

  MADISON CLAPSADLE 

  Hometown: York County, PA 
  High School: Dallastown Area High School 
  Year: Senior 
  Major: Sociology and Psychology with a minor in Biology 
  Why you chose Pitt-Johnstown: I chose UPJ because
  I loved the campus and think it is beautiful to see
  everyone active on campus. 
 

 


  THOMAS DEASY  

  Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA 
  High School: Bishop Canevin High School  
  Year: Sophomore  
  Major: early childhood education and special education  
  Why you chose Pitt-Johnstown: I wanted to go to a Pitt
  campus that also included smaller class sizes where I
  could connect with my professors.  
  

 


  SHAMAR HUNTER

  Hometown: Chester, PA 
  High School: Bonner and Prednie  
  Year: Senior  
  Major: Computer Engineering Major with a
  Mathematics Minor 
  Why you chose Pitt-Johnstown: I chose UPJ
  because of the small teacher to student ratio
  per class. 

 


  MALLORY JACKSON 

  Hometown: Johnstown, PA 
  High School: Westmont Hilltop High School 
  Year: Sophomore 
  Major: Civil Engineering 
  Why I chose Pitt Johnstown: I chose Pitt Johnstown
  because it's close to home. 

 

 


  MADISON WATERS  

  Hometown: South Fork, PA 
  High School: Forest Hills High School 
  Year: 
Junior 
  Major: Psychology and Sociology major 
  Why you chose Pitt-Johnstown: I chose UPJ because
  of the small class sizes and because it’s the school my
  family all went to!  

 

 

  KATIE WOCKLEY 

  Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA 
  High School: Peters Township High School 
  Year: Junior 
  Major: Biology major with a mathematics minor 
  Why you chose Pitt-Johnstown: I chose UPJ
  because of the small teacher to student ratio per class.