Interested in visiting the College of Engineering?
Engineering Ambassadors volunteer their time to organize a Tampa campus tours* and special events for potential students, visitors, and employers to showcase the College of Engineering on the Tampa campus. Most tours* begin in front of Engineering Building III, ENC 1302 (TECO Energy Hall Annex), at 1 p.m. weekdays, in the fall, spring and summer C semesters. Appointments and RSVPs are not required. Please plan on one hour to complete the tour.
We, the Engineering Ambassadors, strive to serve as advocates for the engineering student body at the University of South Florida, and to prospective students, families, and guests on USF's Tampa campus. We serve as dedicated student representatives of the College of Engineering while developing ourselves as the engineers and leaders of the future.
Interested in becoming an Engineering Ambassador?
We are always looking for engineering students that are involved, responsible, and exhibit leadership qualities. You must be comfortable talking to others about the College of Engineering (training provided). If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of, please fill out the application.
*In light of continuing concerns about COVID-19 (coronavirus), the University of South Florida, College of Engineering has made the decision to cancel upcoming college tours. For the latest updates on how USF is responding to the coronavirus threat, please visit: https://www.usf.edu/coronavirus/
Emily Cardella, President
Robert Iannucci Perez, Vice President
Paula Montiel, Secretary
Lauro Simoes Campolina
Valentina Salcedo Jimenez
Mark Anthony Letavish
Maddi Van Dyne
Kaung Su Khin Zaw
Engineering Ambassadors Not Pictured: Prantik Chakraborty, Kelsy Ecclesiastre, Jason Huertas, and Maisha Khan.