Ten outstanding senior ambassadors have been named for the 2015-16 Homecoming Court including Marc Reed of Owosso. Ambassadors, who were endorsed by an individual or an organization, were chosen through a highly selective process. The students were evaluated based on his or her leadership, community involvement, academic excellence and Spartan pride. A group of MSU faculty, staff, alumni and students conducted personal interviews with students to select the final 10 court ambassadors.
Marc Reed of Owosso is the son of Elaine and Stephen Reed. He is majoring in human resource management in the Broad College of Business and Psychology in the College of Social Science. He is a member of the Honors College.
“This year I feel privileged to have the opportunity to work with 10 of the most diverse, talented and devoted Spartan students that we have here at Michigan State University,” said Homecoming Court adviser Natisha Foster. “These students represent the vast experiences both in and out of the classroom that make MSU a world class institution.”
The students have begun their duties as ambassadors this summer, as they have been representing the MSU student body at various alumni, community and university engagements. They will continue their commitment through the 2015-16 school year. During homecoming week, Sept. 28 through Oct. 3, ambassadors will attend many functions, including the parade on Oct. 2 and the football game on Oct. 3.