K-State Student Ambassadors represent the student body at K-State Alumni Association events throughout Kansas and at university activities. At the 2013 Homecoming football game, Aaron Otto '98, chair of the Alumni Association board of directors, presented Chance Berndt and Ava Clark with their commemorative rings as they were named the 2014 Student Ambassadors.
Nominate a 2015 Student Ambassador
Do you know a student who would make a great representative for K-State? Nominate him or her by 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12.
2015 Student Ambassador Application
If you think you've got what it takes to represent K-State to future Wildcats and more, apply by midnight Wednesday, Oct. 1.
About the Student Ambassador Program and Job Description
Each year a male and a female student are elected to spend the year attending alumni and campus activities, speaking to alumni, friends, current and prospective students. Do you have what it takes to be a K-State Student Ambassador? Check out the job description here.
Being Student Ambassadors: A Year In Review
Chance Berndt and Ava Clark, the 2014 K-State Student Ambassadors, were asked some questions about their year as Ambassadors.
Past Student Ambassadors
Since 1977, students have represented K-State through the Ambassador program. Check out the list of past Student Ambassadors.