Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters

Student Ambassadors

The Student Ambassadors to the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters are a select group of students who have exemplified academic success and leadership within the college and at FAU. Student Ambassadors are highly motivated and committed students who embrace what it means to be a part of the Arts and Letters community.

This is a prestigious group for students who are interested in gaining valuable leadership experience as well as growing their network through connecting with esteemed alumni, faculty, and community members. Student Ambassadors will represent the college and the dean’s office by serving as a liaison to future, current, and past Owls. This includes serving as hosts at college performances and events, giving tours to prospective students, facilitating programming for current students, and taking part in outreach initiatives. 

 

Apply to be a Student Ambassador!

Applications to serve as a Student Ambassador for the 2018-2019 academic year are now closed. Applications will open again Spring 2019.

Students with a major in the College of Arts and Letters who meet the following qualifications are invited to apply:

  • Completed, or in the process of completing, two semesters at FAU
  • A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher

Click here to download the application

Please send your completed application and resume, or any questions, to Suzy Livingston (slivingston@fau.edu). 

 

Meet the Ambassadors

Roser Boltes

Major- Art History

Alexis Davis

Major- Linguistics Minor: TESOL certificate

 

Paige DeBaldo

Majors- Communication Studies and Sociology

Aryanna Gharanfoli

Major- Communications Studies
Minor- English

 

Lara Granados

Major- Visual Arts
Minor- Studio Art

Rachel Harrypersad

Major- Multimedia Journalism
Minors- Communication Studies and Sociology

 

Sabrina Louissaint

Major- Communication Studies
Minor- Leadership Studies

Amy Perez

Major- Graphic Design

 

Dana Saulter

Major- Communication Studies
Minor- Sociology

Katrina Scales

Major- Multimedia Journalism
Minor- Political Science

 

Emily Silliman

Major- Linguistics
Minor- German Studies

Cristian Tello

Major- Political Science

 

Betia Washington

Majors- History and English