The Center for Leadership Learning offers two certificate programs open to all undergraduate students. Students do not need to commit to a certificate program in order to attend our quarterly workshops.
CLL Certificate Programs
Each certificate program has its own set of requirements and completion timeframe. Students who successfully complete program requirements are eligible for a certificate of completion which is signed by Chancellor Gary S. May and Dr. Carolyn Thomas, Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education.
Student Leadership Development Program (SLDP)
The Student Leadership Development Program (SLDP) provides an immersive experience through the integration of competency-building seminars and group project-based learning.
- Topics you'll explore include: personal contributions, planning, ethics, conflict management, group development, resiliency, service, feedback, inclusion, and collaboration.
- Put theory into action, test your communication and group work skills, and develop a deeper understanding of your personal leadership!
Diversity Leadership Development Program (DLDP)
The Diversity Leadership Development Program (DLDP) examines issues related to social justice and builds capacity to lead in diverse organizations through dynamic workshops and a professional development experience.
- Topics you'll explore include: inclusive leadership theory, values and ethics, personal identity, intersectionality, privilege, power, systemic oppression, allyship, conflict management, emotional self-control, humility, and self-care.
- Gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of differences, improve your ability to effectively address complex issues, and learn how to cultivate an inclusive environment in an organization or workplace!