L.E.A.D. Leadership Program Mission
The L.E.A.D. scholarship program is committed to the leadership
development of incoming freshman students. Incoming freshman apply
for the scholarship and then are selected based on their leadership
involvement both in high school and their respective communities.
This scholarship program is a four year process and will work with
each student until they graduate. This program exists to support
and stimulate leadership development throughout a student’s career
at Saint Leo University. By embracing the Benedictine values held
by the University, the program strives to foster an environment
that encourages excellence, personal development, respect for self
and others, community service, integrity, and responsible
stewardship as well as develop well rounded students. By taking
advantage of the leadership opportunities offered, such as taking
courses, attending workshops, and getting involved on campus will
develop leadership skills they can utilize for the rest of their
1.To assist student in exploring their potential as leaders in a
2.To provide opportunities for students to engage in discussion
concerning leadership within their relationships, their community,
and their world.
3.To encourage students to explore ways to better serve their
communities through community service, stewardship opportunities,
and community coalitions.
4.To strengthen the premise that leaders can lead with integrity
and moral purpose.
5.To develop student leaders who are willing to use their mind,
body, and soul to be the best leaders they possibly can.
The Office Of Leadership Development for Student
Leadership Toolkit Series
Resources will be dropped in your club and organization mailboxes
up to twice a month.
Leadership Workshop Series
Workshops are presented once a month to the whole University
Campus community. The workshops focus on a variety of topics to
include: Ethics, Communication, Time Management, Conflict
Resolution, Dealing with Stress, etc.
Involvement List Serve
Get connected to student leadership, volunteer opportunities and
campus wide events.
Subscribe to the involvement list serve.
Leadership Mentor/ Mentee Program
Want to get a mentor to help you build your leadership
Want to mentor underclassmen on how to be effective leaders?
Leaders on the Go Program
This program is specifically designed to focus on stress and time
management. It is open to any student that is involved in three or
more organizations on campus.
SGU Leadership Conference
Student Government Union coordinates a leadership conference each
semester to help build our students leadership skills.
The purpose of the President's Circle is to recognize the
outstanding leadership efforts of those seniors who have made a
significant contribution to Saint Leo University by integrating
their personal leadership abilities and serving out the Benedictine
Values set forth by the University.
Society of Leadership and Success
The society is a nationwide community that dramatically improves
one's ability to successfully attain desired outcomes. The society
guides individuals through the process of identifying and
committing to focused and dedicated actions that lead to their
Minor in Leadership Studies
Starting in the fall of 2006 a Minor and Certificate in Leadership
was established here at Saint Leo University. We are very excited
about this program. To accomplish the minor you will take 6 courses
or to obtain a certificate in leadership, you will need to take 4
For more information please contact Dr. Ashlee Castle, Director
of Leadership Development, at 352-588-8853 or email@example.com