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Learn about yourself & your ability to lead

The Emerging Leaders Program is a one semester program that will leave you feeling connected, confident, empowered, and knowledgeable about yourself and your potential as a student leader on campus.

We believe that students can impact our campus community in profound ways and we strive to provide the learning opportunities, support and institutional knowledge to make that happen!

Benefits of participating in ELP
  • Immediately join a community of first year students committed to learning about themselves and the involvement opportunities available on campus
  • You will develop greater self-awareness by identifying your strengths, values and exploring your leadership beliefs
  • You will learn theoretical models of leadership and key elements associated with impactful leadership
  • You will connect with upper-class students, faculty and staff who can serve as resources during your collegiate experience
  • You will be a part of creating a supportive community where new students can feel safe connecting with peers and exploring personal development
Who are the Emerging Leaders?

Emerging Leaders are active and engaged first year students who want to learn more about themselves and the campus community. Both inexperienced and experienced student leaders participate and benefit from the Emerging Leaders Program.

Emerging Leaders have gone on to serve as:

  • Undergraduate Student Government Presidents and representatives
  • Orientation Leaders & Executive Board Members
  • Class officers and class presidents
  • University Program Board Presidents and members
  • Fraternity/Sorority Presidents
  • the Spartan Mascot
  • USG recognized student organization officers
  • Center for Civic Engagement and Learning Scholars
  • Resident Assistants & Executive leaders on RHA
  • Founding members for organizations such as Dance Marathon and the 300 Club
  • Founding members of fraternities &sororities on campus
  • Planned activities within the Academic Integrity Board