Honors students are involved on campus through a wide variety of organizations. They participate actively in clubs, volunteer diligently, and compete in research across multiple disciplines. Any awards or achievements earned by Honors students can be seen on the News page.
The Honors Ambassadors are a group of Honors students who help the Honors College through a wide array of tasks. The Ambassadors recruit talented prospective students to the College through campus open houses, individual visits, online chats, and other outreach activities; volunteer off campus; help set up a community project that will last for years to come; and offer insight on how they would like to see the Honors College shaped.
Ambassadors help the Honors College tremendously, and each Ambassador is entitled to a sense of achievement because of his or her contribution to the on-going success of the College. Aside from this intangible reward, students can benefit from the program by making connections with other students, developing numerous professional skills.
The advisors for this group are Kevin Baxter, Associate Dean of the Honors College and Jim Ellis, Academic Advisor for the Honors College. If you are interested in joining the Honors Ambassadors, please contact Kevin Baxter to indicate your interest.