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Life in a community is best when everyone can participate and play to their strengths.
Your student leaders will help you figure out Ambrose and show you ways to get involved that fit your interests and talents. By being active in the Ambrose community, you'll have a chance to shape it, and you might discover that you want to become a leader yourself!
Ambrose Student Council
The elected student leaders of the Ambrose Student Council (ASC) are appointed to serve the needs of their fellow students and to voice their interests and concerns to the university administration.
If you want to get in touch with an ASC representative or learn about the nomination and election process, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seminary Student Leadership Team
At Ambrose, we know that community is vital to formation, learning and development, especially during the unique life stage of attending seminary. Joining Seminary Student Leadership Team is a fun way to get more deeply involved with the Ambrose Seminary community and to edify the Seminary student body.
Our Residence Assistants (RAs) work with Student Life to create an atmosphere on campus that encourages the holistic wellbeing of our students.
RAs are trusted friends and guides for the students in their pods. They lead floor meetings and organize activities, and they’re always available to address students’ questions and concerns, whether they be personal, spiritual or practical.
Commuter Life Leaders
The Commuter Life Leaders (CLLs) foster a welcoming community in the Watkins Commuter Collegium. CLLs provide leadership and guidance to commuter students. They also organize community-building events and liaise between commuter students and Student Life.
Academic Success Ambassadors
The Academic Success Ambassadors (ASA) work directly with our first-year students to ease their transition to university. From Orientation to Ambrose 101 classes, small group sessions to one-on-one meetings, the Academic Success Ambassadors are available to you if you need help adjusting to higher education or the unique learning environment at Ambrose.