Student leaders, ready and equipped to serve.
Who are the CAUS Ambassadors? This select group of undergraduate students serve as advocates, liaisons, and leaders for the College of Architecture and Urban Studies. Our ambassadors represent a wide span of majors across the college and come from different points in their academic journeys.
In the spirit of Ut Prosim, CAUS ambassadors participate in a variety of service-oriented opportunities. These include serving as tour guides for prospective students and their families during campus visits, participating in recruitment events like Open House, and hosting alumni and other visitors during college advancement events.
Ask an Ambassador
One of the most important ways our ambassadors serve is connecting with prospective students. Want to know what it's like to major in environmental policy and planning? Looking for insight into the architecture program's studio culture? Ask an ambassador! We can connect prospective students to a CAUS ambassador enrolled in their preferred major for a closer look at student life.
Contact director of academic advising Rob Jacks to get connected to one of our ambassadors.
Serve as an Ambassador
Are you interested in serving as an inspiration to the new students we welcome into CAUS every year? If so, consider joining the ambassador program. Your active participation as a CAUS ambassador helps develop leadership skills and promotes a personal commitment to serving others. In addition to broadening your exposure to the college, its degree programs, and students in other schools, many of our students and graduates have also found that their professional experience and resumes benefit from ambassador service.
The college recruits for new ambassadors every spring. Interested students must submit an application along with their resume and a faculty letter of reference. The selection process also includes an interview. Qualified candidates who exhibit an eager commitment to serve will be strongly considered for the program.
Have questions about the CAUS ambassador program? Contact director of academic advising Rob Jacks.
Meet Our 2020-21 CAUS Ambassadors
|Name||Major||Expected Graduation Date|
|Evelyn Agren||Architecture||Spring 2021|
|Elena Ahwee-Marrah||Architecture||Spring 2024|
|Lainey Bessette||Landscape architecture||Spring 2022|
|Gates Breeden||Architecture||Spring 2021|
|Connor Brown||Architecture||Spring 2022|
|Alexa Buckland||Interior design||Spring 2022|
|Alonzo Colon||Architecture||Spring 2024|
|Yoni Comhaire||Architecture||Spring 2022|
|Hunter Courtney||Architecture||Spring 2022|
|Grace Evans||Interior design||Spring 2021|
|Danielle Fattibene||Industrial design||Spring 2022|
|Monique Gagnon||Interior design||Spring 2021|
|Emilie Gick||Architecture||Spring 2021|
|Shelby Greenburg||Industrial design||Spring 2021|
|Savannah Greenwald||Graphic design||Spring 2021|
|Samantha Harlow||Architecture||Spring 2021|
|Aria Hill||Architecture||Spring 2022|
|Cameron Lee||Architecture||Spring 2021|
|Connor Leidner||Architecture||Spring 2023|
|Tyler Mochizuki||Architecture||Spring 2023|
|Oriana Nordt||Industrial design||Spring 2022|
|Justin Penn||Architecture||Spring 2023|
|Abigail Potter||Landscape architecture||Spring 2021|
|Emma Potter||Environmental policy and planning||Spring 2021|
|Jacob Pruitt||Building construction||Spring 2021|
|Kate Santus||Industrial design||Spring 2022|
|Natalie Serio||Environmental policy and planning||Spring 2021|
|Rosalie Siegel||Industrial design||Spring 2022|
|Sarah Stubeck||Building construction||Spring 2021|
|Amanda Stuckey||Architecture||Spring 2021|
|Emma Sweeten||Architecture||Spring 2021|
|Jeslyn Tan||Architecture||Spring 2023|
|Audra White||Architecture||Spring 2023|
|Lelan Yung||Architecture||Spring 2023|