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    Student Development

  • Student Development

    The Student Development office seeks to provide a co-curricular program encouraging students in intellectual, spiritual, relational, and emotional growth. The office’s goal is to help students develop a deeper understanding of what it means to “act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.”

    Student Development works closely with the Student Leadership Council (SLC) along with other organizations to offer a variety of campus and community experiences. The office provides:

    • Campus-wide events 
      • Co-sponsored events with a variety of clubs
      • At least one major on-campus event every Friday night
       
    • Leadership development opportunities
      • Student Leadership Development Course (GNST 301)
      • Student Leadership Development Conference
      • Focus Leadership Seminar
       
    • Service-learning opportunities
      • Operation Christmas Child
      • Great Strides
      • Urban Outreach
       
    • Opportunities to examine culture and Christianity
      • 3D (Dinner, Discussion, & DVD)
       
    • Alternative Chapel program
      • Most Thursdays in the Dixon Center
      • Relevant talks
      • Worship connecting students to God and others
      • Laid-back atmosphere
      • Downloadable Services
       
    • Summer Honors program  
    • Diversity Council
      • Image Step Team
      • BOSS Step Team
      • UMOJA: The Black Student Association
      • Leetinos
      • Asian Council
      • Bahamian Connection Club
      • World African Student Association
      • International Student Fellowship
      • Women’s Collaborative
       
    • Graduate Program Assistance
      • College Student Development Program
       

    Leadership Development

    Leadership development is a never ending process” (Conger and Benjamin, 1999 pg 12). The Student Development office encourages students in leadership by providing challenging developmental experiences. Mentorship programs are available for students through the office.

    If a student or faculty wants to plan an event, develop a new club or organization, or reserve a room on campus, it must be done through the Student Development office.

    Contact Information

    Brie McDaniel (bmcdaniel@leeuniversity)
    Tori Jessen à Rosie Adams (tjessen@leeuniversity.edu)
    Mike Hayes (mhayes@leeuniversity.edu)