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Honors Ambassadors are select members of the Elliott T. Bowers Honors College. Chosen through an application and interview process, the Ambassadors represent the Honors College and the University at special events throughout the year. Honors Ambassadors often meet with visiting regents, political representatives, or other dignitaries. During special Honors events, the Ambassadors play important roles as hosts and greeters, table leaders, or panel participants. In many ways the ambassadors are the face of the Elliott T. Bowers Honors College.
Being an Ambassador involves taking on certain responsibilities--the willingness to give up time, often in the evenings or weekends--in the interest of supporting College events. Ambassadors need to be able to represent us well, both in deed and word. The rewards, in addition to the pleasure of having served and the esteem of having been chosen, include a stipend each semester and the opportunity to travel to honors conferences at program expense. There are sixteen ambassadors, spread throughout every class and representing every college at the University.
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Interested students should apply after one semester in the Honors College. Applications are available and candidates are interviewed in the Spring semester.
For additional information, contact Dr. Maria Holmes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honors Student Advisory Council:
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What is HSAC?
HSAC (Honors Student Advisory Council) is an organization for all Honors College students at SHSU. It's members strive to give back to the university and the community. HSAC Officers serve as a liaison between the Honors faculty & staff and the Honors College students. They are charged with planning social activities during the school year.
Who can get involved?
Anyone who is a part of the Honors College can get involved with HSAC either through attending events, being a part of a committee, and attending HSAC meetings.
What does HSAC do?
HSAC students volunteer for many events like Welcome Week, All Paws In, Fall Festival, and Homecoming. We also encourage involvement with social events including Pizza with Profs and annual cultural outings. Meetings on the second Monday of every month at 4 p.m. in the Honors Lounge.