Programs

RAZR 3000

RAZR 3000 (formerly LEAD 3000) offers students the opportunity to take their leadership learning inside the classroom! Our Vice President of Student Affairs teaches this course to nominated students that are looking to further develop their leadership skills beyond what they already have. Below, see a brief description from the syllabus.

Description

This course examines the fundamentals of leadership, with a particular focus on student-led organizations. Age and grade appropriate methods, materials, activities, and assessment will be introduced through practical applications in campus-based organizations.

Rationale

Student leaders should be familiar with methods of leading organizations when placed in positions of responsibility. Moreover, development of personal leadership styles will play a significant role for students upon graduation in "real world" applications. Finally, effective leadership of clubs and student organizations plays a significant role in impacting campus life at the University.