Founded in 2006, the CSU Presidential Ambassadors program promotes the positive image of Colorado State University by engaging a diverse group of student leaders to represent the Office of the President at designated events and related University advancement activities. Members of this group are highly-skilled and experienced student leaders selected to represent the University on a volunteer basis. Through planned interactions with university constituents, Presidential Ambassadors advance public understanding of the University and its students’ role in its growth and success.
By sharing the story of their unique CSU experiences, Ambassadors validate the philanthropic contributions of donors, alumni, friends, faculty, staff and the student body. A distinguished and one-of-a-kind leadership development opportunity for CSU students, the Presidential Ambassadors program offers its members a chance to network with important University constituents and enhance their public relations, event planning and professional etiquette skills while engaging in service to the CSU community. In direct support of Colorado State’s vision to set the standard for the 21st century land-grant institution, the Presidential Ambassadors connect those audiences most critical to the institution’s success to the heart of its vitality — our students.
For information regarding the Presidential Ambassadors contact:
Presidential Ambassadors Office:
John T. Rogers, Assistant Director for Presidential Events & Student Programs