The mission of FACS Student Ambassadors is to represent our fellow students, facilitate relationships, and impact Athens and the UGA community through intentional service.

These students represent the College of Family and Consumer Sciences at a variety of events such as career days, recruiting activities, alumni functions, special visitation days, high school student activities, seminars and receptions. At all times, the student representatives act as true ambassadors of the College via their language, appearance and activities.

Ambassadors Attend

  • Ambassador training meetings held during spring semester 
  • The College of Family and Consumer Sciences leadership retreat held on a weekend during the fall semester
  • Celebrating Excellence Awards Luncheon in October
  • FACS Week events in October
  • Monthly meetings throughout the year
  • Assist with high school tour groups
  • Meet with prospective students and their families 

How Are Ambassadors Chosen?

Each year, outstanding undergraduates are chosen to be the primary student communicators for the College of Family and Consumer Sciences and to develop their leadership abilities for future professional roles. Ambassadors are selected based on their academic records, interpersonal skills, leadership experience and dependability.

Who is Eligible?

Full-time undergraduate students
2.75 minimum grade point average
Enrolled in the College at least one semester
At least two semesters (fall and spring) remaining before graduation
A commitment to positively promoting the College

What do I need to apply?

A completed application
Two letters of recommendation

How Can I Learn More?

For questions about the FACS Ambassador Program please email success@uga.edu.

Apply Now

Applications to become a FACS Ambassador are now closed. The application process for the 2020-2021 FACS Ambassadors will begin during spring semester. 

Apply Today!

2019-2020 FACS Ambassadors

Name Department Major Email Address
Opeyemi Adelugba FDNS Nutritional Sciences oea91437@uga.edu
Rylee Atwell FHCE Consumer Journalism rma75815@uga.edu
Kendall Barrowman TXMI Furnishings & Interiors klb24677@uga.edu
Will Biboum FDNS Nutritional Sciences wilkray@uga.edu
Jake Conner FDNS Culinary Science and Nutrition; Dietetics jmc20985@uga.edu
Luis Contreras FHCE Housing Management & Policy lecont2509@uga.edu
Nicole Crawford FHCE & TXMI Consumer Journalism; Fashion Merchandising nec23396@uga.edu
Camryn Crosby FHCE Consumer Journalism clc35808@uga.edu
Bailey Davis FDNS Dietetics bailey.davis25@uga.edu
Jodie Ehorn HDFS Human Development and Family Science jre41960@uga.edu
Chloe Freeman FHCE Consumer Economics; Housing Management & Policy cef36397@uga.edu
Nia Freeman HDFS Human Development and Family Science nia.freeman19@uga.edu
Camryn Greer HDFS Human Development and Family Science ceg66084@uga.edu
Bridget Helms TXMI Fashion Merchandising bmh07128@uga.edu 
Caroline Henning FDNS Dietetics cvh15253@uga.edu
Emily Herring HDFS Human Development and Family Science emily.herring@uga.edu
Mabri Jordan FHCE Housing Management & Policy mcj80181@uga.edu
Miller Lantis FDNS Nutritional Sciences mll53245@uga.edu
Ellen McGregor TXMI Fashion Merchandising kem28878@uga.edu 
Caroline Pagoaga TXMI Fashion Merchandising cmp67557@uga.edu
Karina Patel FDNS Nutritional Sciences kap42331@uga.edu 
Hannah Robinson HDFS Human Development and Family Science hrr13992@uga.edu 
Sara Ros TXMI Fashion Merchandising scr57464@uga.edu
Amy Satterthwaite HDFS Human Development and Family Science aes57063@uga.edu 
Aashka Sheth FDNS Nutritional Sciences ajs23249@uga.edu 
Madison Sutton FDNS Dietetics mms70512@uga.edu
Resean Wallace FDNS Nutritional Sciences rmw30432@uga.edu