About the Program
The Student Ambassador program was created to represent the "face" of our student body. This exclusive group actively engages in ongoing UC Clermont College events and programs and gives tours to prospective students. Each Ambassador sees campus through a student's eyes, which allows them to develop their leadership skills while supporting the college. Student Ambassadors are proud that they made UC Clermont their next step and want to help others follow their lead.
Student Ambassador Responsibilities
- Serve as the "face" of student body and actively engage in ongoing college events and programs
- Represent UC Clermont to prospective and current students, as well as faculty, staff and community members engaged with collegiate activities
- Guide campus tours for prospective UC Clermont students and their families
- Provide assistance to faculty or staff during campus-wide UC Clermont events such as New Student Convocation, Fall Open House, Spring Fling and Calico Childrenâs Theater Presentations
- Prepare e-portfolios that summarize the experience of leading various events
- Communicate with prospective students through email, if possible
Why Become an Ambassador?
- Ambassadors receive a UC Clermont scholarship for partial tuition
- Ambassadors engage in resume building activities that will provide evidence of leadership qualities, self-motivation and commitment to a project
- Ambassadors build confidence in speaking and presentation skills
- Ambassadors have the opportunity to learn from and work with college faculty, staff and administrators
How do You Become an Ambassador?
- Enroll in full-time or part-time courses for the entire academic school year
- 3.0 cumulative GPA
- Knowledge of the UC Clermont policies, procedures and expectations
- Enthusiasm and a professional approach representing UC Clermont
- Effective speaking skills
- Ability to command an audience
- Ability to work well with others
- Dedicated to working as a team
For a Student Ambasaador application or more information, contact: