Classes

Resident Life Class
Wednesdays, 3 - 4:30 p.m.
*For selected RA’s only
1 Credit Course Class

This course is designed to assist students in utilizing their experiences to explore and develop leadership skills specifically surrounding Residential Leadership. This will be accomplished by having students be involved in various peer lead opportunities. Upon completion of this course, students will have the ability to demonstrate their leadership development.

LD 1000
Leadership in a Jesuit Tradition
Tuesdays, 3:30 - 4:45 p.m. 
1 Credit Class; Spring Only

The Leadership Class is a leadership development class designed for first year students and others seeking to develop their leadership skills. The class focuses on experiential activities, small group discussions, and personal development in order to prepare student leaders for more advanced leadership roles in the university community. The class will highlight discussion on understanding leadership characteristics and behaviors, leadership styles, team development and maintenance, situational leadership, and conflict management.  

LD 1200
Greek Leadership 
Tuesdays, 3:30 - 4:45 p.m. 
1 Credit Class; Fall and/or Spring

This leadership course will focus on how we can enhance our own leadership skills so as to empower others to improve our fraternity and sorority community. We will review Rockhurst University’s Mission, Vision statement and values and continually discuss and assess how fraternities and sororities can help foster said mission, values and vision statement. We will discuss and possibly formulate and develop policies, opinions, guidelines, and plans for enhancing the strengths of the Rockhurst University Greek community - eliminating/overcoming its challenges and improving the community’s impact on the campus and in the larger community. The course will address issues including community building, safety, public relations, recruitment, retention and respect for individual members, while reinforcing the common goals of each chapter. This course is constructed in a manner that will benefit students in their current role in Greek organizations, and will also benefit students for roles in a variety of organizations over the rest of their lifetime.