AAICU Kicks Off Student Ambassador Program

Posted by | January 14, 2013 | News & Events | No Comments

Dr. Will Evans, the United States Sports Academy's Dean of Academic Affairs, and Brandon Spradley, an Academy doctoral teaching assistant, represented the sports university at the Alabama Association of Independent Colleges and Universities' (AAICU) Ambassadors Program regional luncheon held at Spring Hill College on Tuesday, Jan. 8. This Legislative session the program's goal is to empower students to fend off cuts and to increase student aid to independent colleges. You can read more about the program at http:www.aaicu.net/announcements/aaicu-kicks-off-student-ambassador-program. Pictured from left to right are: Kim Wolfe, AAICU; Spradley, Academy; Evans, Academy; Tiffany Wheat, Talladega College; Amy Wright, University of Mobile; Stephanie Cochran, Spring Hill College, Ellen Foster, Spring Hill College; and Paul Hankins, AAICU.

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