CLASS Ambassadors are the undergraduate student representatives from each department in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. The Ambassadors strive to encourage spirit in the college and the university as a whole by assisting prospective, new and continuing students through various activities, such as Preview Day and Calling Nights. The Ambassadors work with the college and the departments to give an undergraduate student's perspective and to promote good will through service opportunities and social events.
The departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) select ambassadors at the beginning of every spring semester based on certain eligibility requirements. If you are interested in becoming a student ambassador in the future, then please reach out to your department. You can find their contact information here: https://class.unt.edu/advising/advisor-contact-information.
Students can reach out to ambassadors for a student's perspective and general questions about their classes, major, college, campus involvement, etc. Students should reach out to their academic advisors or other appropriate parties for advising and academic needs. Please make an appointment with your academic advisor for advising needs via Navigate. Please reach out to the UNT Counseling and Testing center for counseling needs here: https://studentaffairs.unt.edu/counseling-and-testing-services/contact. Ambassadors are not responsible for advising and counseling students nor handling personal information.
Want to reach out to a student ambassador for your major? You can find them listed with your corresponding department and contact them at: