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The mission of Harris Ambassadors is to support and enhance the College’s undergraduate and graduate student experience. This is achieved by serving as official student representatives of Harris College through active participation as experience facilitators, peer advisors and student influencers. 
Harris Ambassadors are selected based on their

  • demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills;
  • active participation in student organizations,
  • campus activities or community service;
  • a strong academic record and
  • a genuine interest in their academic area of study, TCU and its students.

Harris Ambassadors receive unique professional development experiences, academic-focused programming and leadership opportunities. The program commitment is one academic year.

What’s in it for me?

  • Raising their academic and professional brand and profile. 
  • Letter of recommendation, upon request, pending successful completion of a term. 
  • Invitations to participate in exclusive university-, college- and department-level events. 
  • Networking and relationship-building opportunities with other Harris College students, faculty, staff and other supporters and partners. 
  • Healthy boost to self-confidence, self-esteem and life satisfaction. 
  • Exclusive Harris College swag.

What will I be doing?

  • Provide Harris College students with peer role models and mentorship opportunities.
  • Provide insight into Harris College student services and initiatives.
  • Communicate the keys to success as a student representative within your major and area of study.
  • Recognize and enhance the leadership skills of peer Harris Ambassadors.
  • Provide student perspective on recruitment, retention and marketing development and implementation efforts of the College.
  • Assist staff with recruitment, retention and marketing initiatives geared toward prospective and current Harris College students.
  • Increase and strengthen awareness about Harris College as a whole, its students, programs and various initiatives.

Some examples … 

  • Monday at TCU
  • Experience TCU
  • College-and department-level events
  • Career fairs
  • TCU Gives Day
  • Social media content creation
  • Parents Weekend
  • Storytelling opportunities

Harris Ambassadors are required to participate in a minimum of five activities scheduled during the academic year, attend a training seminar at the beginning of each semester and assigned Harris Ambassadors meetings, as needed. 
Applications to be a Harris Ambassador during the 2024-25 academic year open in May 2024.

Meet Your 2023 Harris Ambassadors

  • Sydney Burns
    Sydney Burns ’26, Movement Science
  • Addie Carroll
    Addie Carroll ’26, Speech-Language Pathology
  • Caroline Grace Caruso
    Caroline Grace Caruso ’27, Speech-Language Pathology
  • Ashlyn Dooley
    Ashlyn Dooley ’26, Movement Science
  • Claire Durham
    Claire Durham ’25, Speech-Language Pathology
  • Isabellah Edmiston
    Isabellah Edmiston ’25, Social Work
  • Savannah Eng
    Savannah Eng ’25, Nursing
  • Princess Akousa Frema
    Princess Akousa Frema ’26, Movement Science
  • Ava Gamma
    Ava Gamma ’26, Allied Health Sciences
  • Jesenia Garcia
    Jesenia Garcia ’27, Social Work
  • Jeni Green
    Jeni Green ’24, Allied Health Sciences
  • Caroline Hayden
    Caroline Hayden ’26, Nursing
  • Grace Heart
    Grace Heart ’27, Movement Science
  • Allison Heller
    Allison Heller ’26, Nursing
  • Katie Jannusch
    Katie Jannusch ’26, Nursing
  • Linda Kim
    Linda Kim ’24, Nursing
  • Hannah Knotts
    Hannah Knotts ’26, Speech-Language Pathology
  • Ashley Kruse
    Ashley Kruse ’27, Speech-Language Pathology
  • Anika Maria Krutzik
    Anika Maria Krutzik ’27, Nursing
  • Autumn McKee
    Autumn McKee ’25, Speech-Language Pathology
  • Ashley Medina
    Ashley Medina ’27, Nursing
  • Katherine Meeks
    Katherine Meeks ’26, Speech-Language Pathology
  • Kate Moseley
    Kate Moseley ’25, Speech-Language Pathology
  • Lynna Nguyen
    Lynna Nguyen ’27, Nursing
  • Katie Ose
    Katie Ose ’26, Nursing
  • Fiona Prugh
    Fiona Prugh ’26, Nursing
  • Trinity Remley
    Trinity Remley ’24, Nursing
  • Christopher Rivas
    Christopher Rivas ’25, Master of Science in Kinesiology
  • Laurie Marie Robbins
    Laurie Marie Robbins ’25, Accelerated Nursing
  • Caroline Romp
    Caroline Romp ’26, Movement Science
  • Sydney Sanders
    Sydney Sanders ’24, Social Work
  • Ansley Schnelle
    Ansley Schnelle ’27, Speech-Language Pathology
  • Sara Scott
    Sara Scott ’26, Nursing
  • Harper Smith
    Harper Smith ’27, Nursing
  • Natalie Somodi
    Natalie Somodi ’24, Nursing
  • Brookelynn Styles
    Brookelynn Styles ’26, Social Work
  • Maria Torres
    Maria Torres ’27, Nursing
  • Claudia Urbina
    Claudia Urbina ’26, Physical Education
  • Mariana Vicente Salinas
    Mariana Vicente Salinas ’26, Nursing
  • Allison Vilas
    Allison Vilas ’24, Nursing
  • Alyssa White
    Alyssa White ’26, Nursing