Division ofStudent Affairs

Campus Life Ambassadors

Want to get involved on campus but don't know where to start? The UNT Campus Life Ambassadors are here to help. We advise students on how to get involved in any of the 350 plus student organizations and involvement opportunities here at UNT. We are located in the Student Activities Center in Stovall Hall (STUB) 117. To schedule your Involvement Advising appointment, call, email or sign up online!

So, what's a CLA?

The purpose of the Campus Life Ambassador (CLA) program is to engage student leaders in the mission of the Student Activities Center. Among other responsibilities, CLA's support front desk operations and departmental events (e.g., Mean Green Fling, Homecoming), represent Student Activities in presentations and marketing efforts, assist student organizations with registration and event planning, and advise students on opportunities for involvement on campus.

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Devin

Business Computer & Information Systems
Senior, Dallas, Texas

What have you gained from being involved on campus? I've gained several relationships from being involved that have opened many doors for me. This includes jobs and prestigious opportunities on campus.

Fact About Me: My room is a reflection of my life. When it is dirty, I usually have several things going on. When it is clean, life is going great!

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Chelsy

Behavioral Analysis
Junior, Granbury, Texas

What have you gained from being involved on campus? Being involved has made me a better leader and a better person! It also allwed me to become a CLA, which I love!

Fact About Me: I can sing with my mouth completely closed. 
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Adrian

Chemistry Major, Biology Minor

Junior, Dallas, Texas

What have you gained from being involved on campus? I have been able to be heavily involved in events such as "Yell Like Hell". The leadership qualities you learn by being involved on campus are invaluable!

Fact About Me: I have played instruments for 10 years of my life. 
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Elizabeth

Advertising Major, LGBT Studies Minor
Senior, Mesquite, Texas

What have you gained by being involved on campus? I've gained knowledge about myself as a leader and obtained skills that I know I will use in the future. I've also learned how to network. 

Fact About Me: I have a dog and consider her my child!

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Tim

Kineisology
Senior, Coppell, Texas

What have you gained by being involved on campus? It's difficult to put into one sentence how much I've gained, but it completely revitalized my college experience. I've gained networking, leadership, and time management skills among some of the closest friends of my life. 

Fact About Me: I have taught myself to play both the piano and ukulele. 
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Daniel

Music Performance
Sophomore, Houston, Texas

What have you gained by being involved on campus? I've gained friendships that I know will last a lifetime!

Fact About Me: I can play 9 different musical instruments!