Honors College Student Ambassadors
The Honors Student Ambassador Program promotes awareness of the Honors College to prospective high school students, as well as current VCU and transfer students. Get to know our current ambassadors by reading their profiles below!
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Hometown: Williamsburg, Va.
Major: Psychology and Performance Theater
Favorite thing about Honors: I love the community! The connection with both the students and the professors is truly amazing.
Hometown: Chesapeake, Va.
Major: Biochemistry and Psychology
Favorite thing about Honors: I’ve made so many friends through the Honors College from a variety of backgrounds!
Hometown: Sterling, Va.
Major: English and Psychology
Favorite thing about Honors: My favorite aspect of VCU, as well as Honors, is the encouraging and diverse community we have as it helps students discover their own interests and be themselves.
Hometown: Fairfax, Va.
Major: Biology and Business Management & Administration
Favorite thing about Honors: What I like best about Honors is the tight-knit and loving community that it provides, I have met all of my best friends and current roomate through the Honors College. What I love most about VCU is being able to attend school in the city while still being able to enjoy the outdoors and vast nature scene that Richmond itself has to offer.
Hometown: Fairfax, Va.
Favorite thing about Honors: One of my favorite things about the Honors College here at VCU is the first year curriculum - rhetoric can be challenging, but it really pushes you to in-depth academic research and personal exploration that can be very helpful while navigating the first year of school. The Humans of RVA and VCU courses are great for getting to navigate Richmond, as well as connecting with the people and the spirit the city has to offer.
Hometown: Fredericksburg, Va.
Major/Minor: Political Science and Anthropology
Favorite thing about Honors: My favorite thing at Honors/VCU is the small but close community. Going to such a large university can be overwhelming, being in the Honors College lowers the stakes!
Hometown: Richmond, Va.
Favorite thing about Honors: My favorite aspect about the Honors College is by far the connections that I have been able to form with honors professors and fellow honors students. It truly feels like the honors college is one big family.
Hometown: Binghamton, N.Y.
Major/Minor: Forensic Science and Chemistry
Favorite thing about Honors: My favorite part of the Honors College at VCU is the small community vibe between both students, professors, and advisors!
Hometown: Hampton, Va.
Major: Double Majoring in Political Science and Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
Favorite thing about Honors: Something I like best about Honors College and VCU is the opportunity to explore the community. Many of the events hosted by both VCU and Honors College have given me the chance to step off campus and learn more about the community of Richmond and its history.
Hometown: Woodbridge, Va.
Major: Communication Arts with a minor in Marketing
Favorite thing about Honors: What I like the best about the Honors College and VCU is that there are so many meaningful and enriching opportunities offered to you!
Hometown: Oak Hill, Va.
Major: Biology and Forensic Science
Favorite thing about Honors: The community that is built here, and the people I've met.
Hometown: Cerritos, Calif.
Favorite thing about Honors: My favorite part about VCU is the diversity of students and their talents. There are always opportunities for whatever you want to pursue, so don’t feel shy to step out of your comfort zone- you never know who you’ll meet!
Hometown: Chester, Va.
Favorite thing about Honors: What I like most about the Honors College is that it gives students the opportunity to broaden their horizons and create bonds with people they wouldn’t have other wise met. I personally created bonds in my freshman year classes with people that will last a life time, and that I wouldn’t have made without the Honors College!