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The Office of Student Leadership is over several services that are provided to the North Greenville University student body. This programs are designed to provide support to students and foster growth in students. The Office of Student Leadership serves and engages student through three main programs: First-Year Experience Mentors, partnering with Campus Ministry's Big-Little Program, and educational seminars and workshops.


Purpose Statement


The Office of Student Leadership desires to develop servant leaders in the context of our community. As part of the student leadership program, students will grow a healthy personal relationship with the Lord and strive become a humble, servant leaders to the university community and those around them. 


Student Experience Outcomes


By participating in student leadership, students will:

  1. Develop personal relationships through one-on-one mentoring.
  2. Gain a better understanding of the campus community. 
  3. Develop leadership skills, relationship skills, and effective ways of handling conflict resolution. 
  4. Introspectively account for areas of growth in their own life and overcome them.

Throughout each semester, the Student Leadership Office offers several seminars and group opportunities that are designed to provide growth opportunities in specific areas. Some topics that have been covered are relationship skills and dating, financial planning, leadership skills, and conflict resolution.

If you have any questions about opportunities in this area, please contact Jamie Daughtry at Jamie.daughtry@ngu.edu.

The FYE Mentor program is designed to allow upperclassmen to mentor the incoming freshmen through their First Year Experience class. These FYE Mentors build relationships with their "Mentees" and walk with them through their first semester of college.
If you have any questions about the FYE program or becoming a FYE Mentor, feel free to contact Billy Watson.


The one-on-one mentor program pairs up freshman and transfer students to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The mentee will not only have a friend on campus, but also someone who knows the ropes and can help with any questions they may have. The mentor will be able to help mentor form a new friendship.
If you would like to have a mentor or would like to become a mentor, feel free to contact Jamie Daughtry at Jamie.daughtry@ngu.edu.


Throughout each semester the office of Student Leadership sponsors events where students are invited to tell us how to improve specific areas of our school. One example of such an event is the student round table. At the round table events students are invited to participate in a general forum to share ideas for future improvement at NGU. Please look below for a list of upcoming events. These events will also be listed on the master calendar and on college cable channel 2.1.


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