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College of Health Sciences

Student Ambassadors

The College of Health Sciences Student Ambassadors is a select group of students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in academics and student leadership. The College of Health Sciences Ambassadors serve the college and assist with student recruitment, speak to community and university groups, plan social, philanthropic and educational activities for peers, and represent the college at receptions and meetings.

Health Sciences Ambassadors participate in CHS events such as Hall of Fame Induction and Student Scholarship Dinner, Annual National Allied Health Week, various college committees, and alumni receptions. Ambassadors also serve as hosts at various meetings, conferences and events, both on and off-campus.

Serving as an Ambassador is an honor and a distinction.

Apply to be a CHS Student Ambassador!

In order to be considered, applicants must:

  • Be enrolled in a major in the College of Health Sciences (undergraduate or graduate).
  • Have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • Be able to commit to at least one year of service.
  • Be highly motivated, energetic, dependable and knowledgeable.
  • Be able to demonstrate outstanding leadership skills.
  • Be a team player.
  • Be willing to participate in occasional evening and weekend activities.
  • Attend the majority of Ambassador events

Read 2013-14 Ambassador profiles here.

CHS Ambassadors for 2013-14 academic year include:



Front row:  (Left to right) Alysha Lewis, Kent Llanora, Lauren Estepp, Sharayah Jung, and Lauren Knasel. Back row:  Sarah Dunn, Samantha Dunn, Taylor Koncelik, Lindsay Kroes, and Megan Jordan. Not pictured:  Drew McCool-Solis, Steven Hunt, Emily Ralenkotter, Dominique Wade, Allie Stumbo, Haley Weber, Amanda Miller, and Sarah Langford.

Ambassador Activities