Aggie Ambassadors

Aggie Ambassadors are exceptional leaders that promote the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences to potential students, peers, campus community, and our society.

Aggie Ambassadors

Join Us

The Aggie Ambassadors currently meet on Tuesdays from noon to 1:00 p.m. in Haring 1204. Please stop by and visit us or join our Facebook page "Aggie Ambassadors" to receive updates and information. Students participating in the program may also earn units.

Fall 2018 CRN#

AED 98 - 10605

AED 198 - 10614

For one unit, Ambassadors must:

  • Attend 8 out of 10 class meetings per quarter
  • Earn 4 points by participating in activities and events throughout the quarter

For two units, Ambassadors must:

  • Attend 8 out of 10 class meetings per quarter
  • Earn 8 points by participating in activities and events throughout the quarter

Please note that class credit is optional and you do not have to be enrolled in the class to be involved in Aggie Ambassadors!

About Us

Since 1998, the Aggie Ambassadors have taken an active role in the outreach and promotion of all the majors within the college. Members of the Aggie Ambassadors work to improve their leadership development and communication skills by participating in student panels, college workshops, and by assisting in events around the campus.

CA&ES Aggie Ambassadors travel each year to engage with elementary, junior high, high school, and community college students. Through our members, we hope to further expand the knowledge of the general student body as well as the public about the opportunities available within the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UC Davis.

The three primary objectives of the Aggie Ambassador program are:

  • Promote a greater awareness of the challenges and opportunities in the agricultural and environmental sciences
  • Promote leadership development for undergraduates in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences 
  • Serve as student ambassadors of UC Davis and the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences to the community