Area of Focus

The Personal Responsibility Ambassador program was created to address the growing need for peer-to-peer engagement in the MSU Community. Ambassadors serve in their role on campus to provide educational information and encourage students to protect themselves and others during the COVID-19 pandemic. With a specific focus on supporting students and disseminating information, Ambassadors identify and positively acknowledge behaviors that reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Ambassadors conduct their work on campus in teams of two, making their way through open campus buildings, checking in with campus constituents in the process. Ambassadors are here to help and will be throughout the school year.

 

Program Objectives

MSU and the Spartan community need Personal Responsibility Ambassadors as a positive force within the campus community.

Personal Responsibility Ambassadors:

  • Provide peer education and assistance in navigating personal responsibility during MSU's return to campus.
  • Help fellow students, faculty, and staff make smart choices during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Serve as a referral resource for students about requirements for being on campus.
  • Encourage appropriate distancing and face covering compliance.
  • Provide disposable masks to the Spartan Community, if needed.
  • Are not expected to enforce rules or report others, they are simply there to help, assist, and educate MSU students, faculty, and staff.
"There is always a very delicate interplay between individual actions and institutional conditions. But there is no such thing as institutional conditions without individual action and no such thing as individual action without institutional conditions. So, there is always personal responsibility."
-CORNEL WEST

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