LEAD stands for Learn, Engage, Act, Do.

LEAD is a monthly, three part program that gives our campus body an opportunity to engage with important topics in our community and world. We seek to learn more about topics through an educational session as well as a hands on experience. We then take what we are learning and put it into practice with service. LEAD is an active part of our university living out our mission of developing students in mind, body, and spirit, for service to Christ in the Church and the World.

February’s LEAD

LEAD and Eat: Join us for refreshments and student presentations on food scarcity/security around the world. Presentations will take place at these two times: 9:05-10:20am in SCI 102, and 2:10-3:25pm in KRI 109 on Feb. 23rd
LEAD and Meet: Feb. 18th - Come participate in an Ox Fam Hunger Banquet to learn more about what food inequality looks like around the world. This banquet is free and open to all students.
LEAD your Feet: Join in the Mission of the Month for a service component connected to food scarcity/security.