Leadership Development

Lincoln College students are encouraged to develop their own philosophy on leadership within the context of their lives. There are a variety of ways students can develop and hone their leadership skills at Lincoln College, including a number of different programs, student leadership positions, and other leadership learning opportunities such as attending guest lecture, workshops, and  one-on-one/group leadership advising. Students who take advantage of these opportunities  will discover their leadership styles and how they can utilize these skills at Lincoln College and beyond.

Leadership & Service Living-Learning Community
  • Actively participate in floor leadership and service initiatives
  • Attend at least 2 leadership/service projects either campus-wide or in the community per semester
  • Enroll in the Student Leadership Strategies course (IDS 120) offered in spring semesters


Location: HS 1st floor North Wing




National Society for Leadership & Success (Sigma Alpha Pi)

Sigma Alpha Pi, Lincoln College’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership & Success was established fall 2018. The NSLS is the nations largest leadership honor society with over 600 chapters and over 1 million members. The mission of the society is to build leaders who make a better world. To date, Lincoln College has inducted 126 students. To be considered for membership, students must have a 3.0 grade point average (GPA), currently serving in a leadership position, or have leadership potential. Once a student has been invited and accepted their invitation, including a one time payment of $85, they must complete a 12 hour leadership program to be inducted.



Work towards and apply for student leadership experiences on campus!