Mission Statement

The Alumni Association Student Ambassador Program instills leadership development while engaging the NC State community by fostering traditions. AASAP strives to provide opportunities for the active involvement of students and to promote a vibrant campus culture. Chosen through a closed membership process, the ambassadors are a diverse group of 30 student leaders who are passionate about their alma mater and committed to bridging the gap between students and alumni

History

The NC State Alumni Association Student Ambassador Program (AASAP) was founded in 2001 with eight founding members. AASAP is funded by the NC State Alumni Association, the North Carolina State University License Plate Fund and private donations.

Today, AASAP is comprised of a diverse group of 27 NC State students, from all backgrounds and areas of study, who share the same enthusiasm for being part of the Wolfpack Nation. NC State AASAP is affiliated with the Association of Student Advancement Programs, an international non-profit organization of over 300 student ambassador, student alumni, student spirit and student foundation groups. AASAP serves as the “official student ambassadors to the NC State Alumni Association” and represent the Park Alumni Center at various functions throughout the year. Additionally, AASAP governs the Student Alumni Association, one of the largest student organizations on campus with over 3,000 members.

About AASAP

The Alumni Association Student Ambassador Program engages the university community by fostering traditions. AASAP strives to provide opportunities for the active involvement of students and to promote a vibrant campus culture. Chosen through a closed membership process, the ambassadors are a diverse group student leaders who are passionate about their alma mater and committed to bridging the gap between students and alumni. 

 


Awards and Recognitions

CASE ASAP National Awards

CASE ASAP District 3 Awards

  • 2017 for Outstanding Student Leader - Alan Capps
  • 2016 for Outstanding Advisor - Josh Privette
  • 2016 for Outstanding Student Leader - Adam Armstrong
  • 2013 for Outstanding Tried and True Program - Homecoming
  • 2013 for Outstanding Advisor - Jim Gresham
  • 2009 for Outstanding Student Leader - Adam Compton
  • 2009 for Outstanding Program
  • 2005 for Homecoming

University Sponsored Awards and Recognitions 

  • 2017 Deborah S. Moore Memorial Service Award for Outstanding Philanthropy Event - Kupcakes 4 Kay
  • 2017 L.E.A.D. Award - Outstanding Internet & Social Media Presence
  • 2016 L.E.A.D. Award - Outstanding Online Presence 
  • 2015 L.E.A.D. Award - Outstanding Student Organization Program- Homecoming Week
  • 2015 L.E.A.D. Award - Outstanding Collaboration by a Student Organization- Homecoming 
  • 2014 The Green Brick Award- Homecoming

AASAP is housed within the Park Alumni Center