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If you want to help us build a better college, inspire fellow students and shape the university, consider joining a student opportunity within Liberal Arts and Sciences. From recruiting new Sun Devils to building unity at university affairs, you’ll be able to make a difference within our college and for our students.
Our college offers three opportunities for undergraduate students to get involved and help shape our future.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Ambassador program is a student organization in the CLAS Dean's Office and is open to students who are CLAS majors.
CLAS Ambassadors primarily serve as representatives of the college at university-wide events geared toward recruiting new ASU students and their families. The role of the ambassador is to share their experiences as students and provide information about opportunities in the college. They also assist in special projects and events that are sponsored by our college. Ambassadors often represent the college at high-volume tabling events and presentations.
Why should I become a CLAS Ambassador?
This is a fantastic leadership opportunity and a great way to engage in the ASU community! CLAS Ambassadors interact with an incredible group of people and play a role in shaping the next generation of Sun Devils. Being an ambassador provides opportunities to network with a strong group of peers, as well as college deans and directors. CLAS Ambassadors also develop outstanding public speaking and communication skills – both of which are extremely valuable as every student enters life beyond the university.
What are the requirements to become a CLAS Ambassador?
Thank you for your interest in being a CLAS Ambassador. The application for Spring 2017 is now closed.
Please contact Mark Adaoag at email@example.com if you would like to join in the future or if you have any questions about the program.
The College Council is a student government organization for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. We work to build unity within the college and engage students in university affairs, activities and events relating to the college.
We also work closely with the Undergraduate Student Government Senate. CLAS College Council has the opportunity to work with all seven senators that represent the college in the Senate. Senators attend each meeting to update the council on Senate matters as well as to seek out our opinions on campus-wide legislation.
By developing a sense of community, representing students, providing an interface for communication between students and the administration, hosting events, actively engaging students in constructive dialogue and working cooperatively with other student organizations, the College Council hopes to make the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University an even more exciting and productive experience for all.
For more information, please contact council President Jessica Woo or Vice President Autumn Stewart.
To contact your senators, please visit ASU Undergraduate Student Government.
The College Council is advised by Mary Nadarski.
Meetings are Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Sun Spot in Palo Verde West.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is looking for outstanding CLAS majors to be LIA 101 Facilitators. These individuals will teach LIA 101, a student success seminar, under the supervision of the associate director of first-year programs. Facilitators serve as mentors to their first-semester students as they adjust to life at Arizona State University, while gaining valuable public speaking, communication and leadership skills that look great on a resume or graduate school application! As compensation, facilitators will receive three hours of upper-division elective credit for LIA 394/494.
Submit completed application (including resume, personal statement and faculty/staff reference) to: Michele Daley, Senior Director of Recruitment and First-Year Programs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Fulton Center 110.
Mandatory training sessions will be held in April and August.
For more information
Contact Michele Daley.