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The Honors Ambassador Council poses for a "silly selfie group photo" at the 20th anniversary celebration.

Honors Ambassadors

About the Honors Ambassadors

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The Honors Ambassador Council was formed in January 2015 as a merger between the Honors Ambassador Program and Honors Student Council.

The Honors Ambassador Council is an entrepreneurial, student-run organization at the University of Massachusetts Lowell dedicated to promoting and advancing the Honors College through enhancing enriching experiences in the College, the University, and the Community. The Council serves as an execution layer connecting the needs of the Honors student body and the resources possessed by the University. The Council holds events for prospective students, creates new courses and conferences, organizes Honors events on campus, holds open forums, interacts with community organizations, and more.

Projects

  • Hawkathon
  • Welcome Day After Party for Honors
  • TEDxLowell
  • Honors 20th Anniversary
  • Curriculum Development
  • Marketing
  • Mentoring Programs
  • Town Hall Meetings
  • Speaker Series

Duties of an Honors Ambassador

  • Create, plan, lead, and execute new projects that add value to Honors
  • Help in recruitment of top prospective students to the Honors College
  • Educate the students about Honors curriculum and culture
  • Serve as an Honors College representative to faculty, administration, and alumni
  • Take an active role in shaping the path of the Honors College

How to Join

The Honors Ambassador Council welcomes a new class of students each January 1st. Applications begin in the previous November on the Honors Ambassador Council's website. The council looks for top students who are innovative, collaborative, ambitious, and visionary.

More information is available at the Honors Ambassador Council’s website or on Facebook.