Lansing Community College
Student Leadership Academy
The Lansing Community College Student Leadership Academy is a unique leadership development experience combining leadership theory with practice on campus and in community service settings. Members are exposed to a wide array of leadership opportunities to develop a positive sense of leadership and service. The Academy uses Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society's Leadership Development Program concepts to produce highly skilled and experienced graduates in the areas of leadership and service.
Student Leadership Academy Requirements
- Attend a mandatory Scholarship Program Orientation (Fall).
- Enroll for a two credit leadership development (LEAD) course each Fall and Spring Semester.
- Maintain at least a 2.5 grade in the LEAD courses and a 2.5 overall grade point average.
- Serve as a student representative on an assigned college wide committee.
- Participate in planned community service projects including on-campus engagement activities and events.
- Complete an approved individual service project.
Student Leadership Development Series Courses
Semester 1 LEAD 110 - Two (2) credit Leadership Development Class
Course topics: Developing a Personal Leadership Philosophy, Leading by Serving, and Understanding Ethical Leadership
Semester 2 LEAD 111 - Two (2) credit Leadership Development Class
Course Topics: Articulating a Vision, Building a Team, and Leading with Goals
Semester 3 Lead 210 - Two (2) credit Leadership Development Practicum Class
Course Topics: Making Decisions, and Guiding Through Conflict
Semester 4 LEAD 211 - Two (2) credit Leadership Development Practicum Class
Course Topics: Realizing Change, Empowering Others, and Exploring the History of Leadership
Community Service Activities in the Lansing Community
- Day of Service
- Alternative Breaks
- Approved Individual Service Project
Financial Aid Office
2nd Floor - StarZone
Phone: (517) 483-1200
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