Each spring semester, members at every level of leadership from all of our Councils join together to focus on developing their skills in the context of the sorority and fraternity experience. Now, more than ever, we need solid leadership to guide our organization and our community.
The course is worth 2 credit hours, is part of the University Leadership minor, and can also be used as a general elective.
Instructor approval is required, and space is limited. Fill out the application form to be considered.
What Do I Need To Know?
Time: 2:30 – 4:25 pm
Location: Bailey Education Complex, Room 242
Instructor approval is required, please email Luke at to get approval to join the class!
What Do We Talk About?
- Leadership Development Theory
- The Student Leadership Challenge
- Current Issues in the Fraternal World
Who Should Be There?
Any fraternity or sorority member that is interested in taking on a leadership role within their council, organization, or elsewhere on campus. Seasoned leaders are also invited to advance their leadership development.
Let Us Know You’re Interested!
Email Luke if you’re interested in taking the class or if you would like further information.
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