In Campus Life, we define leadership in congruence with the Leadership Minor. Visually, we see ethical, strategic leadership growing from and being guided by the internal values in the self. The TRUEMU Leader lives authentically in line with their values, engages in meaningful relationships, and actively responds to the needs of their community to move towards positive social change.
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An introductory leadership program designed for incoming first years, second years, or transfer students.
An application-based 6-day intensive leadership retreat open to all students.
Reading and Leading
Reading and Leading is a shared reading experience taking place once in the fall, and again in the winter. There are four meetings in the fall, and as long as a student attends all four, they earn LBC2 credit. To learn more, click here.
Individual support that can go towards registration fees of leadership conferences
As a college student, do you ever really get a complete picture of the city you live in? Have you spent time in the most exciting parts as well as the parts you might not like to think about due to poverty, homelessness, and hunger? It might not surprise you that most cities have both of these in spades.
Spend a weekend in Cleveland, OH and get to know what the Forest City is really like! Tour the vibrant districts of Ohio City and East 4th Street to experience the highest reaches of Cleveland dining and Cleveland pride, and immerse yourself in the arts and culture of the University Circle museums!
Take a little time to experience the issues facing much of the population of Cleveland through activities such as urban farming and meal services. You'll meet the people affected by hunger and the people dedicated to addressing it. You might be surprised by how much you learn in a few days in this town!
By the end of this trip, you will understand the core aspects of food justice on all its levels, and will know the city of Cleveland like a native. You'll start to see the same qualities in your own cities, and learn how to do something about it.
This is CLE, and it's every city across the country. Experience it for real.
In collaboration with the Center for Multicultural Affairs, MLE is a 3-tier, credit-bearing leadership experience that will take you on the three levels of our leadership vision particularly related to social justice and multicultural diversity. Click the link above for more information coming soon!
On Top of the Town: Women in Leadership Mixer
Apply to be a part of a women in leadership mixer that will take place on November 12th. Click here to apply!
The prestigious Gold Medallion Awards recognize exceptional achievements by members of the Eastern Michigan University community who demonstrate a commitment to student engagement through significant ongoing contributions. Award winners are individually recognized for their efforts and receive an inscribed gift to commemorate their achievement.
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