UA’s College of Engineering created the ACEs, a student ambassador program, in 1996 to promote professionalism and enthusiasm for the College. The group consists of at least 20 members selected each academic year through a competitive interview and application process.
One of the primary functions of the group is to provide tours of the College of Engineering facilities to prospective students, families and alumni. ACEs are responsible for helping with events, such as Engineering Day, and they visit high schools to discuss engineering as a future career choice for potential students. ACEs also assist the Capstone Engineering Society with alumni and pre-game events, while serving as hosts and hostesses for the College.
Interested in learning more about the ACEs?
Information sessions will be held in SERC 1014 for students interested in applying.
Apply to be an ACE
An online application is available for those interested in becoming an Ambassador for the College of Engineering during the 2016-2017 school year.
For More Information
For additional information about the ACEs, contact an individual listed below.