Program Overview

The Regents’ Ambassador Program

The Regents’ Ambassador Program (RAP) is Mays Business School’s learning community for Regents’ Scholars and Dean’s Scholars.  The Regents’ Scholarship is a $20,000 Texas A&M University scholarship aimed at reducing barriers to university attendance for first-generation college students with gross household incomes less than $40,000.  The Dean’s Scholarship is an award for first-generation college students awarded by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion.

RAP aims to develop Mays Business School’s Regents’ Scholars and Dean’s Scholars into informed and engaged members of the business world and larger global community. With the assistance of Mays’ donors and partners, RAP provides its students access to a multitude of academic and professional opportunities. RAP students have engaged with community and business leaders domestically in Dallas, Austin, Houston, and Little Rock, as well as globally in Dubai, Ghana, South Africa, Botswana, and Zambia. Six upperclassmen within RAP serve as a student executive board for the program and oversee about fifteen peer mentors, known as Ambassadors.

The learning community director for RAP is Dr. Henry K. Musoma, Assistant Director in the Center for International Business Studies.  Academic advisors Corey Stone and Ana Davila serve as the learning community coordinators.  For inquiries, please contact RAP@mays.tamu.edu.