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First-Year Requirements

First-Year Requirements

In order to maintain the LIS Scholarship, participants must complete a leadership opportunity each semester through Student Leadership Programs.  This opportunity must be at least three hours in length, and meet the intended learning objectives for the semester.  Following the completion of the program, students will complete an online LIS reflection.

In the first semester, students will explore:

  • The University's vision of Leadership for the Common Good
  • One's potential to enact leadership
  • Personal values as they relate to leadership

In the second semester, students will explore:

  • An introduction to social responsibility in leadership
  • The intersections between personal and group values
  • Relationship-building for leadership

Below is a listing of programs that meet the learning objectives for first-year LIS recipients.

First-Year Menu (Fall 2021)

Camp Blue is the University’s pre-orientation leadership camp. 

Students who attended Camp Blue must complete an online reflection to receive credit.


Are you interested in learning more about leadership and engagement on campus? The new UleaD Emerging Leaders Program is a cohort based initiative for first and second year students that will bring participants together for monthly sessions to develop a range of leadership skills and abilities such as effectively leading change, resolving conflict, motivating others, and practicing self-care and resilience. This year-long program meets your scholarship requirements for Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 and will include: 
  • Beginning of the year meet and greet 
  • Opportunities for reflection 
  • Mentorship and networking with other staff and students on campus 
  • Open dialogue about community and social responsibility 
  • Resources for continued growth and development 
  • End of the year poster session and closing ceremony 
Apply through the Student Leadership Programs 1850 portal at https://cglink.me/2dY/s49607. Program applications are due Tuesday, September 7th. Participants will be notified of acceptance by Friday, September 10th. The beginning of the year meet and greet will be scheduled for mid-September. Programming will occur monthly. The days and times of monthly programming are TBD.

Apply by September 7

NSLS members learn leadership skills, build relationships on campus, and gain access to lifetime membership in the Society.

Students must join and complete all steps for induction in order to receive credit.


National Society of Leadership and Success

The 2021 FLC will be held in October.

The FLC is aimed at helping students discover the leader within and explore opportunities for leadership on campus.

Students must register, attend the full conference, and complete the end-of-program assessment in order to receive credit.


Fall Leadership Conference

Students must attend three leadership-development programs and complete a reflection in order to receive credit.

Students will receive regular emails regarding eligible in-person programs.

Online modules which count for the BYO option are available through Isidore.  All LIS scholars should have access to the Student Leadership Programs site in Isidore.  Eligible modules are listed under the "LIS Modules" tab.

Students must complete an online reflection after attending the three workshops.


First-Year Menu (Spring 2021)

NSLS members learn leadership skills, build relationships on campus, and gain access to lifetime membership in the Society.

Students must join and complete all steps for induction in order to receive credit.
Students inducted in the Fall must select another menu item.


National Society of Leadership and Success
The Colors of Leadership Connections program is a series of leadership programs aimed at educating and empowering students about different leadership styles from a multicultural perspective.  More information will be available about this program later in the semester.  The program is typically held in mid to late Spring. 

Colors of Leadership Connections

Interested in getting connected to Creating Inclusive Community? Apply to take the Spring mini course. Immerse yourself in a class designed around learning more about yourself and others. 


CIC Mini Course
The Collegiate Leadership Competition (CLC) is a team of six students from UD who compete in a series of one-hour leadership challenges against schools from across the region.  The competition is held virtually.  There is a commitment required of practices on Friday afternoons from February-April leading up to the competition.  No experience is required and all undergraduate students are welcome!

Collegiate Leadership Competition

Students must attend three leadership-development programs and complete a reflection in order to receive credit.

Online modules which count for the BYO option are available through Isidore.  All LIS scholars should have access to the Student Leadership Programs site in Isidore.  Eligible modules are listed under the "LIS Modules" tab.

Students must complete an online reflection after attending the three workshops.


CONTACT

Student Leadership Programs

Kennedy Union
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0623
937-229-2000
Email