The Honors College Student Ambassador Program (“Honors Ambassadors”) is an application-based volunteer program for enthusiastic, dedicated upper-class students in the John V. Roach Honors College. Honors Ambassadors assist in recruiting current TCU students and high school seniors to join the John V. Roach Honors College. Primary responsibilities include meeting one-on-one with current TCU students who are interested in joining Honors, giving tours of the Honors College facilities and Milton Daniel Hall to visiting high school seniors and their families, and representing the Honors College at recruitment events like Honors Preview Nights. Honors Ambassadors also support the College at various events such as Honors Banquet, the Fogelson Honors Forum, and the McDorman Honors Scholar Award Dinner. Most importantly, Honors Ambassadors serve as positive representatives of the John V. Roach Honors College.
Students interested in becoming an Honors Ambassador may apply in the spring semester (usually in early April). The Honors College will notify students by e-mail when the application process has opened. To learn more about Honors Ambassadors, email HonorsAmbassadors@tcu.edu.
2021-2022 Honors Ambassadors Student Leadership Team
Jillian Verzwyvelt – Director
Amelia Boatwright – Assistant Director
Mary Landford – Assistant Director