Meet the Emmanuel Student Ambassadors!

An Emmanuel Ambassador is a student chosen to represent Emmanuel to prospective students and their families throughout the admissions process. As a student ambassador, these pupils act as liaisons between the school staff and current student body, and those considering attending.

Ambassadors often help in a variety of efforts — such as calling or emailing candidates, assisting with campus tours, offering Q&As with candidates and their families, and staying in touch with newly admitted students throughout the enrollment process. They’re often present during Preview Weekends, campus tours, and orientation events. 

Let’s get to know them! 

Autumn Tuckey 

Class Standing: Sophomore
Major: Christian Ministries
Hometown: Havelock, NC
Favorite part about Emmanuel: 
What I love most about EC is the community. The professors genuinely care about your success, and I have made so many friendships that will stay with me after my time at EC

Adam Wright

Class Standing: Junior
Major: Psychology/Criminal Justice
Hometown: Augusta, Ga.
Favorite part about Emmanuel:
I enjoy playing on the Lacrosse team and attending sporting events! Go Lions!

Matthew Benson

Class Standing: Senior
Major: Business Administration
Hometown: Watkinsville, Ga. 
Favorite part about Emmanuel:
I enjoy the friendliness of the campus and the people that keep the school running. The professors are caring and will go out of their way to help you succeed. Also, I have made some awesome lifelong friends here at Emmanuel.

Allie Daley

Class Standing: Senior
Major: Kinesiology (PT) and Psychology
Hometown: Pamplico, SC
Favorite part about Emmanuel:
My favorite part about Emmanuel is the community that is on campus and the lifelong friends I have made while here.

Briannah Henry

Class Standing: Senior
Major: Physical Education
Hometown: Lavonia, Ga.
Favorite part about Emmanuel:
I enjoy the education program the most. I truly value how much care the professors put into our education. My professors not only help shape me to be a future educator but they also push me to be the best that I can be each and every day. A quote that I will always hold close is from a professor here at Emmanuel. “When EXCELLENCE is in sight, GOOD is not ENOUGH

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