Student Leadership

Students and the Highlander

Employers consistently rank leadership skills among the most important qualities they are seeking in employees. At Radford University, there are many opportunities to become a leader and hone those skills. The Student Leader Resource Office, located in the Hurlburt Student Center, Room 235, works with individual students to help them find out more about how to get involved in campus clubs and organizations, and provides them the tools they need to be a successful leader. In addition to a leadership resource library, the office offers training programs, club fairs and opportunities to be recognized as a campus leader.


  • LEAD Scholar Program
    Allows students to complete a comprehensive leadership program consisting of three components: Experience, Academics, and Development
  • Related Forms
    Includes student awards, Senior Excellence Award, Who's Who, Student Organizational Awards, and student employment
  • Scholar-Citizen Initiative
    The focus of the Scholar-Citizen Initiative is to promote a teaching and learning culture that fosters our sense of how we can live our lives in ways that best contribute to the world around us.