Who Are the Tarleton Ambassadors?
The Tarleton Ambassadors Organization is a student governed organization established in 1992, originally known as the Tarleton Alumni Ambassadors. Through service to the mission of the institution, the Tarleton Ambassadors provide personalized interaction with the Tarleton community which enables the creation of valuable relationships with alumni, faculty, administrators, guests and friends of the university that will be beneficial for a lifetime.
Ambassadors may be called upon to represent the university at social functions both on and off campus; to accompany development officers or other university officials on university business or social calls; to engage in service to the local community; to help plan and execute university functions; and to serve as special event facilitators, ushers, spokes persons and more.
Ambassadors are expected to be familiar with information concerning the university and its history, to attend regularly scheduled meetings, and to conduct themselves at all times, not merely during the actual performance of duties, according to the highest standards of personal integrity and decorum
Students must apply for membership and are expected to attend all designated events, display a sense of pride for the University, and commit to the organization with its high ideals.
Eligibiity requirements as stated in the Ambassadors Constitution:
Classified as a full-time student
Have completed at least 2 regular semesters at Tarleton
Possess a cumulative GPA of 2.5
Cannot be on scholastic or disciplinary probation with the University.
Tarleton Ambassadors at the Johanson Gift Fund Celebration, November 12, 2012
Tarleton Ambassadors enjoyed a holiday dinner hosted by President Dottavio and Dr. Lissette Dottavio at the Trogdon House, November 27, 2012
Hailey Kane, President
Keauno Perez, Vice President
Kalee Smith, Secretary/Treasurer
Elizabeth Ponder, Public Relations/Historian