Amy is from Mount Vernon and is in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program. Amy says she picked EKU because it was close to home and the community at EKU is amazing. “The staff is always there for you and wants you to succeed in everything that you do!”
Amy cannot wait to meet you this year! You might find her at the Rec, which is her favorite place on campus
Allie is from Ashland and is in the Food and Nutrition Program, with a concentration in Dietetics. EKU runs deep in Allie’s family, as many of her family members also pursued their education here, so Allie really wanted to follow that tradition.
Allie’s favorite EKU memory thus is the Colonel Corn Roast. She said, “…I can enjoy the festivities and get a free EKU homecoming sweatshirt!” Everyone loves swag 😊 Additionally, she says, “I also have enjoyed the opportunities students in my major have had to attend conferences and food shows!”
Make sure to say hi to Allie on your next tour!
Beth Ann is in the Child & Family Studies Program, with a concentration in Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education.
When on campus, you are likely to find Beth Ann at Starbucks (drink emoji)! She is excited to be a Student Ambassador for the upcoming school year to recruit new students and show them all of the amazing things that EKU has to offer!
Luke is from London, KY and is also in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program. Luke picked EKU because of the strong reputation the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program has.
And why did Luke want to be a Student Ambassador? He said, “ I’m eager to meet all those interested in our field of study and answer any questions they may have. Most students start college unsure of the career they want to embark on. I want to have the door open to anybody who is interested in helping others gain the confidence to speak soundly.”
We cannot wait for you to see Luke on campus this year!
Meet Karaline, who is one of our newest Student Ambassadors. Karaline is in the American Sign Language and Interpretation Program.
She said that she chose to become a Student Ambassador so that she could get more involved on campus, as well as to be a role model and advocate for others.
When Karaline isn’t in class, you might find her spending time in Ravine. Or at the Deaf Socials – make sure to check those out!
Jillian Whitt, from Berea. She is Pre-ITP. Jillian says she picked EKU because of how warm and welcoming the campus, students, and staff were when she visited. AND this is the ONLY nationally accredited campus for her major in Kentucky!!
You might catch Jillian at The Baptist Campus Ministry, or on your next tour!