Honors College Ambassadors
The goal of the Honors Ambassadors is to provide information about the Texas Tech Honors College to prospective students, their parents, alumni, and other interested parties, based on a student perspective. Ambassadors have great things to say about their Honors experience and want to tell others about them. The Ambassadors group is committed to helping shape the future of the Honors College, not only in the legacy of leadership they leave behind but also by reaching out to a wide range of prospective students and helping to bring a diversity of fresh faces and ideas into the College.
Ambassadors represent the Honors College to prospective students who visit the College and also at recruiting events. Becoming an Honors College Ambassador gives Honors students the opportunity to engage in leadership positions, fine-tune communication skills and interact with a diverse student population.
Interested in becoming an Honors Ambassador?
Ambassadors commit to:
- around 2 hours a week talking to prospective students and their families
- up to 10 hours a semester representing the College at campus and local high school recruiting events
- having a great attitude, team spirit, and a commitment to champion the Honors College!
For questions or more information about the Honors Ambassadors, please contact the Honors Ambassador Program Director, Chad Cain.