A&S Ambassadors

A&S Ambassadors

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 College of Arts & Sciences Ambassadors (CASA), comprised of undergraduate representatives from the college’s 14 academic departments, seek to serve that purpose as a connection between the students in the college and the college’s administration.

CASA represents the College of Arts & Sciences to current and prospective students. Serving alongside representatives from their home departments, the ambassadors assist at recruitment events to relay how they have discovered their path to success through the College of Arts & Sciences.

Our students serve as mentors to incoming students by staying in contact with prospective students, helping them discover future opportunities as Mississippi State Bulldog​s.

2022-2023 Arts & Sciences Ambassador Application
The College of Arts and Sciences Ambassador application for 2022-2023 is now available. Applications are due Tuesday, April 19 by Noon. Please visit the link below for more information and to access the application.

2020-2021 A&S Ambassadors
Pictured left to right - First row: Breelyn Davenport, Kyle Barron, Zoie Henson, Anna Pounds, Jehlian Wright, Lauren Arceneaux, Maggie Roberson, Lauren Adams / Second row: Megan Hanna, Kathryn Slaughter, Macy McDaniel, Anahi Altamirano, Javad A’arabi, Ginni Gray, Cameron Mayers, Ainsley Gordon / Third row: Haley Palmer, Nicole Sallis, Jacob Woods, Lauren Moore, Abby Oosterling, Max Pinson, Mary Katherine Miller, Maeve Rigney / Fourth row: Alexia Balderas, MacKenzie Paul, Yuliya Gluhova, Carly Ferrell, James Feduccia, Gabbi Ferreri, Kyra Brown, Paige Perryman / Fifth row: Teri Anna Jackson, Gavin Kirkpatrick, Sarah Johns, Erin Bailey, Peyton Gardner, Maggie Shepherd, Katie Garrett Manor, Haylie Lloyd