WHAT IS SERVANT LEADERSHIP?
Servant Leadership is an approach to serving with and for a community so as to enact the transformation of society for the greater common good.
Servant Leadership Education at Saint Louis University will empower students to become humble, selfless leaders who are called to a life-long commitment of serving, and who aspire to affect both immediate and long-term change in order to transform their community and the lives of the poor and/or marginalized in our society.
SERVANT LEADERSHIP AT SLU
SLU offers a number of Servant Leadership Experiences
There are over 40 co-curricular programs offered through the Division of Student Development alone that teach students to serve as leader. More programs are being added all the time.
LEARNING TO LEAD AS SERVANT
Learning Dimensions and Objectives
Programs that fall under the category of Servant Leadership are assigned relevant and measurable objectives of learning. Each program is designed and regularly assessed based on these objectives.
PATH OF A SERVANT LEADER
Framework for Servant Leadership at SLU
The Path of a Servant Leader begins in the developmental stage of serving the community and the profession.
Assessing Servant Leadership
In order to discover how SLU students serve as leaders, and whether or not our programming is providing them the necessary experiences, we conduct learning outcomes assessment.
Download our Servant Leadership Framework
You can download a PDF version of our Servant Leadership Programs Model & Framework. The PDF contains all sections of the framework as well as the names of the original Vision Team committee members who developed the framework.
Enroll in iLEAD
The iLEAD: Servant Leadership Experience is the most comprehensive way for a student to learn how to be a Servant Leader.
iLEAD is the only leadership certificate program at SLU that is specifically designed based on our Servant Leadership Framework.