The Leadership Program or LEAD (Leadership Education and Development) is part of the Center for Student Involvement at the University of West Georgia. We strive to provide students with a broad range of leadership theory and personal development opportunities, through a variety of programs and co-curricular experiences. Our goal is to support and educate students on becoming leaders in their academic, co-curricular, and social lives.
What We Offer?
The LEAD program at the University of West Georgia serves three major functions for students. First, we are an involvement center for students to become engaged in campus activities. Second, we provide leadership training programs. And finally we offer resources for all students on a wide range of leadership development topics.
Leadership involvement opportunities include LEAD programs, Greek Life, Student Activities Council (SAC), Student Government Association (SGA), Intramural and Recreational Sports and over 150 other student organizations.
Leadership training opportunities include Leadership “to Go” (Basic and Advanced), LEAD Weekend, LeaderShape Institute Scholarships, Leading UWG, Emerging Leaders Program, and “Leadership in the Wilderness.”
Leadership resources include a Leadership Library, Leadership Online, and Resources “to Go.”
For more information about Student Leadership Programs contact the Center for Student Involvement at 678-839-6526 or visit the 3rd floor of the Campus Center, Room 304.