The goal of the ARHU Ambassador Program is to assist with recruitment events, public relations and foster connections that help first-year students transition to academic and campus life at the University of Maryland. Representing nearly every major and program in the College of Arts and Humanities, ambassadors serve on university open house panels, represent the college on various campus committees and perform community service projects. Ambassadors are also active in campus activities such as the Honors College, College Park Scholars, the Language House, Jimenez-Porter Writer’s House and Student Government. ARHU Ambassadors also have a Peer Mentoring Program that allows incoming ARHU freshmen and transfer students to be paired with an ambassador to answer questions on academic success, campus life and getting involved in ARHU and the Maryland community. For more information on the program, visit ARHU Peer Mentoring Program.
For information about the ARHU Ambassador program, please contact:
Mr. J. Darius Greene