AACC Ambassadors
AACC Ambassadors

Leaders who cultivate learning and affirmation of all members in developing skills and purpose rooted in afrocentrism and self-determination while providing opportunities for others as an extension of the purpose of the African American Cultural Center.

 

Mission

To support the African American Cultural Center and serve as the student voice in center operations, programming, and leadership.  AACC Ambassadors explore and maintain an Afrocentric perspective. 

Purpose

The AACC Ambassadors will represent the African American Cultural Center throughout campus and at varies functions. They will lead the university on programming and support for all students in traditions and values of cooperation and rich and ancient African heritage. Ambassadors will also serve to increase alumni outreach and engagement.  

Join the Team

The AACC Ambassadors are a student organization advised by the Assistant Director of the African American Cultural Center.  Interested students should contact the AACC Ambassador President Courtney Morgan at cmorg43@lsu.edu and Advisor Evante Topp at etopp2@lsu.edu for more information. 

Requirements

  • Undergraduate students must be enrolled as full-time students at Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge); Graduate students must be enrolled as part-time (with at lease 6 hours) or full-time students at LSU;
  • Students must hae at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA and be in good academic standing with the University;
  • Students must not be on disciplinary probation or deferred suspension;
  • Students must meet all other academic standards established by the student organization and included in the organization's constitution and/or bylaws. 

Application Details

Applications are due by 5 p.m. on April 14. Interviews will be conducted from Monday, April 17 to Wednesday, April 19. After completing your application, please send any questions you may have to aaccambassadors@gmail.com.