Cognitive Complexity: Students are challenged to practice critical thinking, effective reasoning, creativity and decision making through our leadership programs and campus organizations.
Interpersonal Development: The ability to work with others effectively is critical. We work to provide opportunities for students to develop meaningful relationships, collaborate with groups, build consensus, lead others and foster appreciation for differences.
Intrapersonal Development: At the heart of leadership are ethics and integrity and students are given the opportunity to develop these capacities throughout their involvements. Students are asked to clarify individual (and communal) values, while exploring their identity and developing self-awareness, realistic self-appraisal and self-understanding.
Practical Competence: Management is a key component of success. We are committed to allowing students to practice and refine tangible skills such as: organization, planning, promotion, budgeting, negotiation, logistics, communicating a message, presenting, demonstrating professionalism and goal-setting.