Fraternal Leadership Course

The "Fraternal Leadership Course" is an exciting opportunity for the fraternity and sorority community to come together in an academic setting where they can gain leadership and personal development skills that they can apply to their organizations and personal life.

SLS 3273 – Student Life Skills Applied Leadership Development

Course Description/Overview:
This course is designed to supplement and enhance students’ leadership and personal development skills. Through readings, discussions, presentations and projects, students will apply leadership theories and practices learned in the course to their organization and everyday lives.

Required Texts:

Leadership for a Better World
Author: Komives
ISBN: 9780470449493
Copyright Year: 2009
Publisher: Jossey-Bass, Incorporated Publishers

Suggested Texts:

Good to Great
Author: Collins
ISBN: 9780066621005
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Course Scheduled/Offered: Spring
Number of Hours of Course: 3 Semester Hours
Enrollment Cap: 25 students

Course registration code required: email Jessica Ryan,

Spring 2016 Course

Meeting times: T/R 2:00 – 3:15 p.m.
Location: TBD
Instructors: Jessica Ryan and Dr. Ben Stubbs

Spring 2016 Frarorities

  • alpha alpha alpha
  • sigma sigma
  • sigma pi omega
  • chi chi chi
  • zeta zeta
  • omicron tau delta