MEET OUR STUDENTS & ALUMNI
Meet Our ARHU Ambassadors
The ARHU Ambassador Program allows new and prospective students to benefit from the knowledge and experiences of someone who has “been there.” During recruitment and ARHU events, our Ambassadors share the narrative of their experiences in ARHU and at UMD to prospective students and families, current students and prospective employers. By connecting with new students and providing a voice for current ARHU students, Ambassadors understand the contributions that humanists, artists and creators make in the world, which allows them to contextualize and articulate their own experiences in ARHU and at UMD.
Interested in becoming an ARHU Ambassador? If you are a current ARHU student, complete the ARHU Ambassador Application. If the application form is active, applications are still being considered for the following (fall/spring) semester.
William L. '22
"I'm an English and computer science double major hoping to become an author or software developer. I love UMD's large campus and how friendly the students are!"
Dionne C. '20
"I love how UMD is close to a lot of places, like Washington DC, Baltimore and VA, which allows for students to have things to do and travel! As an English major, I want to teach African-American literature and eventually become a Superintendent."
Dominique C. '20
"I'm an English major planning to work in human resources when I graduate and while I work on my first novel! My advice to prospective Terps would be to take advantage of everything on campus."
Sarah Y. '22
"I love the people at UMD! I've met so many incredible people who have influenced me to strive to be the best version of myself, and formed such close friendships. I'm a philosophy major, and hope to attend medical school and become a licensed MD."
Hannah P. '22
"As an English and film double major, I'd like to be some sort of editor, ideally a fiction editor. I love writing, but even more than that, I love helping others write. I love how big UMD is, both the campus and the size of the community. There is always something to do."
Rebecca H. '20
"I started as a public health major and found my home in the college as a history major and global poverty minor through much trial and error. Keep your options open and do not forget to reach out for support! I'm hoping one day to work in either patient advocacy or nursing."