Front, from left to right: Alivia Roberts, James Riggins, Randy Niffenegger, Becca Hawkins, Madison Ward; Middle, left to right: Kimberly De La Cruz, Beth Kowalczyk, Hannah Krapac, Chelsea Capleton, Jessie Lewis, Kayla Thrash, Keyonna Wilder; Back, left to right (including the two girls in between rows): Allison Phillips, Melissa Weitzel, Jake Stockton, Trevor Sanford, Brooke Laizer, Hannah Holetz, Katelyn Majors; Not pictured: Ariel Johnson, Madelyn Barr, Mary Ann Smith, Nia Sims, Sabrina Moore, Bobbie Jo Smith, Mary Frances Broadhead, Kierra Thompson
As Mississippi State University’s largest and most diverse academic college, the College of Arts & Sciences seeks to faithfully and accurately represent the wide-ranging interests and concerns of its students. The Dean’s Student Advisory Council, comprised of undergraduate representatives from the College’s 14 academic departments, seeks to serve that purpose, as a connection between the students in the College of Arts & Sciences and the dean’s administration. This prestigious group of students informs the College’s leadership on the thoughts and concerns of the student population.
The Dean’s Student Advisory Council represents the College of Arts & Sciences to, not only current students, but to prospective students as well. Serving alongside representatives from the dean’s office, members of the Council travel to recruitment events on and off campus to relay how they’ve discovered their path to success through the College of Arts & Sciences. The Dean’s Student Advisory Council selects new members each Spring. Interested individuals should contact Hannah Bateman, the College's Admissions Coordinator, for more information.