Program Mission

The Student Ambassador Program recruits qualified students to represent Davidson County Community College in a number of initiatives, serving as role models and mentors to all students. These trained student representatives serve as role models and mentors to all students and provide the campus with an additional resource of student leaders. They assist new and current students in the admissions/registration process, represent the college in outreach efforts, assist in campus wide events, and promote the image of DCCC. Student Ambassadors are positive, enthusiastic, and well-informed representatives of the student body, who are interested in working with faculty, staff and students to promote the college’s programs and services.

Mission Statement
Serve DCCC and the community through campus tours, recruitment events and service projects.  The Ambassadors embody the characteristics valued most highly by the community college

Student Ambassador Role
Student Ambassadors assist at the Campus Information Desk during peak periods, present the benefits of their community college experience during visits to area high schools and college fairs, lead campus tours for future students, assist during special events and college-sponsored activities and share ideas for improving student services.

Benefits to Student Ambassadors:

-Leadership opportunities available to Student Ambassadors provide additional community service, social and cultural experiences, and develop relationships with administrators on all levels;
-Training and actual experience provide opportunities to develop communication, interpersonal, organizational, public speaking and problem-solving skills;
-Community service experience develops a sense of belonging and contributing to the community, as well as providing opportunities for personal/professional satisfaction in the knowledge that efforts have improved the lives of others;
-Involvement in leadership and community service activities reflects positively on future applications for employment and transfer to four-year universities;
-Letters of recommendation are made available upon request to Student Ambassadors, in appreciation for their service to the campus and the college;
-Honor cords are worn by Student Ambassadors at commencement, and "Student Ambassador" is listed on transcripts of students completing the tasks listed in by-laws;

Events involved in:

-Help with Orientation/Registration Assistance for new students.
-Support Special Olympics Davidson County, including summer and winter games.
-Participate in Campus-wide Events/ Activities and other Special College Events.
-Provide Campus Tours for Prospective Students.  


Michael McGee
336.249.8186 ext. 6181


Jenny Ferguson
336.249.8186 ext. 6258


"My experience with the ambassador program has been fantastic because we're very much like a family. We're always there for one another and anytime one of us is down, we help each other out to make sure that we're doing okay."
-Madison Swope


"The ambassador program at DCCC is a great representation of the high caliber students that work to make our college even better. My favorite part is having the opportunity to meet many community stakeholders and take part in events that celebrate our college's success. It is one of the most rewarding programs I have ever been a part of."
-Parker Tilley


"Ambassadors has allowed me to become a leader because they have given me the opportunity to represent DCCC throughout the community"
-Kenneth Darr

More Info on Ambassadors for Current Students