The Wright School of Business Student Ambassadors are an elite group of students who represent the Wright School of Business and serve as spokespeople and tour guides visiting high school groups and business guests to Gignilliat Hall. The WSOB faculty identified and recommended these premier students in each of the majors. WSOB ambassadors must meet criteria including a GPA of 3.0 or higher, be well spoken, and a representative of our student population. Each of the applicants was personally interviewed by our Associate Dean. Student Ambassadors do not receive credit other than volunteer hours via Roadrunner Serve. Students receive white dress shirts with logo and the title of Student Ambassador to wear during all events or tours. Student Ambassadors have participated in the Gignilliat Hall ribbon cutting event, giving tours to the Wright School of Business’ Business Advisory Council, hosting a local FBLA and CTAE group from Dalton High School, and greeting numerous state representatives and government delegations. If you are interested in being a Student Ambassador, please see below for responsibilities and eligibility and the link to apply to serve as a WSOB student ambassador. Also, contact the Associate Dean, Dr. Jamie Connors at [email protected] for more details.

In October 2022, the Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia held their biannual meeting on the Dalton State Campus. WSOB Student Ambassadors, P. Cole McCrary and Cameron West, participated in the three day visit. Cole McCrary is seen meeting and presenting to Chancellor Sonny Perdue. Cameron West joined board members during the lunch and breakfast held on campus during the visit.

Want to be a WSOB Student Ambassador?


Ambassadors are Sophomore, Junior, or Senior-level Wright School of Business (WSOB) students, who promote awareness, pride, and diversity within the Wright School of Business. Ambassadors demonstrate their leadership and advance the Wright School of Business by engaging with fellow students, potential students, alumni, the DSC campus, and the area business and professional community at a variety of business events.


    As an Ambassador, you will benefit by:

  • Serving as a role model to your peers and mentor to new business students
  • Refining your presentation and communication skills
  • Increasing your leadership potential
  • Developing a strong network of peers, alumni, and business professionals
  • Expanding your resume and volunteer service experience
  • Wearing a “WSOB Ambassador” monogrammed stole at graduation with your regalia


The Wright School of Business Ambassadors are selected based on their academic records, interpersonal skills, and dependability. Nominees and applicants should:

  • Be a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior-level (completed area F courses) student at DSC pursuing one of the six business majors, and, preferably with a business minor
  • Meet a minimum GPA requirement of 3.0 (overall or in their chosen business major)
  • Have at least two semesters (preferably three or more) remaining before their expected graduation
  • Show a strong commitment to the Wright School of Business, its programs, and overall mission

     Ambassadors are expected to attend meetings and functions as designated by the Dean, Associate Dean, Student Committee, or WSOB Professional Advisors. In addition, ambassadors should be willing to participate in social, educational, and recruiting events held by the Wright School of Business and Dalton State College.

Nomination Process

Ambassadors may be nominated by WSOB faculty or business students may nominate themselves.

  • All nominations must be received by the Associate Dean, Dr. Jamie Connors ([email protected]). 
  • Dr. Connors will email students who have been nominated by faculty to complete the WSOB Student Ambassador Survey below.
  • Nominees who meet all eligibility requirements will have in-person interviews conducted by the WSOB standing Student Committee (or their designees), who will select the final candidates to serve as Ambassadors.
  • This roster will be presented to the faculty and WSOB administrators for approval at a regular faculty meeting.
  • The total number of Ambassadors for any academic year may not exceed 10 students. The goal will be to have the selection process complete, and the new Ambassadors in place no later than the end of the second month of each fall and spring semesters.