Marquette University strives to develop men and women with a capacity for leadership expressed in service to others.

The process of leadership is practiced and learned through a number of experiential activities and roles: employment, community service, student organizations, and coursework all contribute to knowledge and understanding of leadership. Recently, the Division of Student Affairs unveiled a refresh of its leadership development model, which puts leadership in a context unique to Marquette's mission. This model forms the basis for student leadership training experiences across the Division.

The Office of Engagement and Inclusion sponsors a number of activities designed to help students reflect on experience and understand the process of leadership and how their contributions can make a positive impact on their community.

Leadership Development Model

Contemplatives in Action Leadership Model

More information on the Leadership Development Model

Resources for Implementing Contemplatives in Action