Who are Kent State Student Ambassadors?
The Kent Student Ambassadors, also known as KSA, are a group of student leaders that represent many facets of the campus and community. As ambassadors, students represent the university and the student body, as well as promote the Alumni Association. Ambassadors take great pride in Kent State University and strive to show this as they provide assistance at events across campus and as they serve as student representatives when welcoming and hosting honored guests and distinguished members of Kent State University.
What events do the Ambassadors work?
Ambassadors help with a number of assignments throughout the year based on their interest and comfort with different projects. These events include, but are not limited to:
- Homecoming Weekend
- Commencement ceremonies
- Campus-wide departmental events
- Campus tours for honored guests
- The President's loge events for basketball and football games
- Relay For Life
Kent Student Ambassadors also participant in community service activities on campus and in the Kent community.
How are the Kent Student Ambassadors linked to the Alumni Association?
Kent Student Ambassadors is sponsored by the Kent State University Alumni Association, and by charter, have the privilege of working with distinguished alumni at various events and receptions.
What is the time commitment to be in KSA?
Kent Student Ambassadors have mandatory meetings held every other Monday at 9 pm. Each member must participate in four events in both the fall and spring semesters, as well as Homecoming and Relay For Life. However, members are encouraged to participate in more events if their schedule allows.
Want to learn even more? Read the Ambassador Creed.