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What is a Student Ambassador?

RICHMONDCC AMBASSADORS are respected students acting as representatives of the college. Their role is to reflect a positive image of Richmond Community College.

The RichmondCC Ambassadors are currently enrolled students who represent a cross-section of the college’s student population. They have a variety of career goals and experiences. It is an honor to be selected for the Ambassador program. Ambassadors are self-nominated with the recommendation of faculty and staff. Each Ambassador serves a one-year term during which he or she will represent the College at a variety of on and off-campus events. Each Ambassador receives a scholarship, public recognition, networking opportunities, job-search support and a powerful addition to his or her resume.

Become a RichmondCC Ambassador

Applications are accepted March 1-31


Applications can also be picked up at the front desk in the Lee Building, the guidance counselor in the REACH Office on the Hamlet Campus, at the front desk of the Honeycutt Center on the Scotland County campus, or the SEARCH Office in the Covington Street Building on the Scotland County Campus. Applications must be returned to one of the aforementioned locations by March 31.

Each Ambassador Must Meet the Following Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Complete and submit an Ambassador application and typed essay to the Student Services Department by the deadline designated on the form.
  2. Attend an in-person interview with the Ambassador Committee.
  3. Have and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  4. Have completed or be scheduled to complete a total of 24 credit hours by the end of their first semester as an Ambassador.
  5. Must continue to be enrolled in at least two (2) classes as a RichmondCC student.
  6. There must be no documented disciplinary actions against the applicant at RCC or any other institution of higher education.

The Duties of a RichmondCC Ambassador are as Follows:

  1. Each ambassador is expected to work approximately 100 hours over the course of the one-year contract term.
  2. Working attendance is mandatory and includes but not limited to the following events:
  • Graduation
  • GED Graduation
  • Summer Registration
  • Director’s Circle End-of-Season Dinner
  • Fall Registration
  • Richmond Community College Performing Arts Series
  • Spring Registration

      3. Attendance is required at the RCC Foundation Scholarship recognition banquet.
      4. Additional events are scheduled throughout the academic year.


The primary funding for the Ambassador Program is made possible by Richmond Community College Foundation. The RichmondCC Ambassador Scholarship is paid at various times over the academic year starting Sept. 1. Payments are treated as Financial Aid and dispersed by the Richmond Community College Business Office at the discretion of the Financial Aid Department and with approval from appropriate Student Services representatives. Funds remaining after student account expenses (tuition, books, and fees) are settled will be paid directly to the student. The RichmondCC Foundation will provide funding for Ambassador uniforms and other related expenses as determined by the Ambassador Committee and authorized by the Foundation Board.

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