Knowing how to lead — and to lead well — is a skill vital to success in today’s workplace.
Leaders inspire others.
They affect change.
They draw people together with a shared vision and empower them to do big things.
But unethical leaders put societies and communities at risk. At Liberty, we’re intentional about training the next generation of national and global leaders to lead well and to serve others with integrity.
If you want to become an executive leader, a team leader, a church leader, or a leader in your home, you can choose from multiple leadership tracks designed to teach you how to skillfully use your influence — and inspire others to make lasting change.
The leaders of tomorrow are in the classroom today.
Learn how Liberty can prepare you to lead in any environment.
The Eagle Scholars Program is a community of high-achieving* students who receive specialized training in personal and professional development so they can become leaders throughout college and beyond.
Students are trained in connecting with others, self-leadership, leading others, and changing culture.
Eagle Scholars benefit from:
- Priority registration for classes
- Professional development training to increase the likelihood of internships and employment
- Group events and service projects or trips each semester
*Residential, undergraduate, new students with an unweighted high school GPA of 3.3 or higher and 1180 SAT or 24 ACT may apply. Incoming students who have been accepted into the honors program are not eligible for the Eagle Scholars Program.
Want to add leadership to your transcript or résumé? These leadership classes perfectly supplement any degree program:
- LEAD 110 — Introduction to Leadership: Connecting with Others
- LEAD 112 — Self-Leadership Development
- LEAD 210 — The Art and Science of Leading Others
- LEAD 212 — The Art and Science of Culture Change
Get the leadership training and professional skills you need through development workshops, competency-based small groups, and peer mentorship. You’ll be equipped to confidently lead wherever life takes you.
You’ll learn to:
- Develop cultural awareness and an appreciation of diversity that moves you to engage and influence in your unique contexts
- Apply biblical truth and solid theological principles to your current and future leadership practices
- Gain professional experience as you learn how to identify problems, formulate solutions, and adapt to change with efficiency and excellence
- Obtain knowledge, values, abilities, and behaviors necessary for proficiency in essential leadership competencies
RAs are highly motivated individuals with a strong work ethic who help maintain the integrity of our housing facilities while building community.
Interested?* RA leadership training is designed to prepare you for your future career with practical leadership training and hands-on experience.
- Be personally mentored by a Resident Director
- Participate in leadership development opportunities through
- RA Connect (a biweekly RA class)
Find out more about becoming an RA.
*This is a scholarship position and typically available only to upperclassmen
Community groups are held weekly, on Wednesday nights following Campus Community. Centered on prayer, Bible study, and spiritual encouragement, gathering in smaller groups allows students to ask the question, “How does the truth we all heard in Campus Community apply in my life?”
If you want to learn to lead others spiritually, becoming a CGL is a great first step. You’ll benefit from bi-weekly trainings on:
- Spiritual awareness
- How to lead others to Christ
- Developing meaningful relationships
Want to help your peers dive even deeper in their relationship with Christ? Resident Shepherds serve the students on their residence halls by nurturing spiritual development and maturity through elevating the priority of Gospel-centered discipleship — giving expression to love for God, love for one another, and love for the nations.