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Choctaw Ambassadors

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Represent MC and Help Build Our Community.

The Choctaw Ambassadors are students selected to represent MC and its students, faculty, staff, and alumni by serving as a liaison between the university and its various constituents, including the Board of Trustees, Foundation Board, alumni, current and prospective donors, parents, faculty, staff, the community-at-large, and students. They assist the university president in university advancement whenever there is a need and serve as hosts at university special events both on and off campus. Furthermore, Choctaw Ambassadors actively contribute to the university community by building internal and external relationships for its advancement. One of their key tasks is to positively and accurately communicate the MC story with all constituents.


Qualifications for Membership

  • Enrolled as an undergraduate student at MC for three semesters (excluding summer term), including the semester of selection
  • Maintain a 3.0 grade point average and remain in good standing at MC
  • Represent MC in a credible manner throughout the entire year
  • Attend a minimum of 75% of monthly meetings and ambassador events
  • Nominated by MC President, Administration, Faculty, or Staff or apply directly online

  • Serve 1.5 hours per month at the Latimer House (Calendar of opportunities will be provided during the fall semester)

  • Attend Choctaw Ambassadors Retreat and Dinner

  • Understand and abide by the Mississippi College Choctaw Ambassadors guidelines and all policies of the MC administration, including the Honor Code outlined in the Student Handbook

Membership & Length of Term

Each fall semester, Ambassadors are nominated by MC faculty and staff or apply with a personal recommendation letter. Ambassadors are expected to serve after completing the mandatory orientation retreat and typically serve for a maximum of three years, or until the privilege is revoked by the Mississippi College administration. If students continue their enrollment for a fifth year, they may be asked to continue serving, unless they have already completed 3.5 years of service. Ambassadors do not meet during the summer but may occasionally be called upon for special events or functions, depending on availability.

Throughout their term, Ambassadors must represent Mississippi College with dedication and integrity. Their selection is based on their commitment to the university and their ability to contribute positively to its community.

Selection Process


Interest Meeting: March 27th, 4:15 PM at Latimer House

Applications Due: April 7th 

Mixer: April 9th, 4 PM at Latimer House

Interviews Begin: April 10th - April 17th

Ambassador Application