Participating in the Leadership Fellows Program requires a commitment to displaying Christ-centered, servant leadership on EU’s campus. Leadership development takes place through coursework, training, community, and practice.

The key requirements are as follows:

  • Attend LFP orientation before the fall semester of the first year.
  • Participate in weekly small groups with other LFP students during the first year.
  • Engage with an LFP Peer Mentor biweekly during the second semester of the first year.
  • Take LEAD 200, Introduction to Leadership, first semester of sophomore year with other LFP students in your cohort.  
  • Create an electronic leadership portfolio, including a personal leadership philosophy, before graduation.
  • Earn 100 program points over the course of four years by completing a mix of additional coursework and leadership activities from an approved menu of options
“I am in the Leadership Fellows Program here at Eastern and it is one of the best communities on campus! This academic program develops leadership skills in passionate individuals and focuses on servant leadership.”

Claudia Glover '22, Communication (Interpersonal and Digital Media) Major