On campus. In business. In your community. In athletics.
“The undergraduate leadership program has honed my values of leadership and taught me how various styles of it can improve an individual. It has encouraged me to become a better leader throughout Seattle University as well as outside of it. The skills that I have learned will forever be integrated in my life.”
“The Undergraduate Leadership Program taught me how to develop professional relationships to aid the process of being an emerging leader. The class provided me with the necessary tools to make an impact at SeattleU and I am excited to apply these skills in my daily life.”
"Being in the Undergraduate leadership program brought together a great balance of leadership both in theory and in practice. It cultivated skills that I’ve carried over to internship experience and that have helped me become more cognizant and involved in my SU community."
The Albers Undergraduate Leadership Program is a unique opportunity for Albers first and second years to explore theory, analyze cases, and propose solutions.
The program consists of two courses:
Winter Quarter, 3 credits
Seven in-person meetings to explore leadership theories and cases and identify opportunities for personal leadership development
Spring Quarter, 2 credits
Four in-person meetings to craft a proposal for real change and a fifth in-person meeting to present that proposal to University stakeholders and decision-makers
Both courses must be taken for credit to be earned. Admission is competitive and enrollment is by invitation only.
After completing the series, you’ll enjoy further benefits:
Applications are due on Tuesday, November 1.