Contact Jennifer Sweeney, Director of LEAD
All incoming students will take the MBTI, a personality assessment test, online before arriving on campus. This assessment gives students a tool to better understand their personality styles, which can help in communicating with others and working in groups. There will be workshops on interpreting the MBTI throughout the semester.
Students will also engage in experiences that will broaden cultural and/or community awareness during their first year, like:
During your second year, you'll attend Sophomore Symposium in the fall, a conference-like program with a professional keynote speaker and breakout sessions on lifelong career management topics. The spring semester of your sophomore year will be devote to lifelong career management, where you'll learn how to strategically market yourself by attending a workshop with students in similar majors, facilitated by the Career Advisor from the student's division.
During your third year, you'll expand your ability to build a career by choosing from among many professional workshops, like social networking, online job research, interviewing skills, etc.
Students will complete an online Financial Assessment before arriving on campus. This assessment stays confidential and is used to better understand our students' financial knowledge, and as a reference to help us deliver more relevant content throughout the year via seminars, workshops, and other financial literacy events.
Throughout their first year, you will begin their financial literacy education by choosing one event from a selection of many options such as:
Students will continue to develop financial skills through in-person workshops and online activities. Students can select from a broad selection of workshops, such as:
Students will complete an exit financial assessment. The assessment is completed online and is due by October before registration for Spring semester classes.