Marquette University strives to develop men and women with a capacity for leadership expressed in service to others.
The process of leadership is practiced and learned through a number of experiential activities and roles: employment, community service, student organizations, and coursework all contribute to knowledge and understanding of leadership. Recently, the Division of Student Affairs unveiled a new model of student leadership development that puts leadership in a context unique to Marquette's mission. This model forms the basis for student leadership training experiences across the Division.
The Office of Student Development sponsors a number of activities designed to help students reflect on experience and understand the process of leadership and how their contributions can make a positive impact on their community.
Looking for help improving communication between members of your Executive Board? Want to improve the leadership skills of new members of your organization? Our student staff can create a custom teambuilding and/or group development experience for your organization. Contact the Center for Leadership, Service, and Involvement for more information.