Brooks College offers a variety of formal and informal opportunities for students to learn and practice leadership. Students formally lead through the positions of Community Leaders and being part of the Brooks College Council. On an informal level, residents of the college will be able to stand up and lead within the community. A person is a leader when they encourage others to do what is right and good, whether that be urging a roommate to make an ethical decision or encouraging someone else to participate in a college event. Learn more about the formal Student Leadership Opportunities.
There are so many opportunities to get involved in life here at Brooks College: you don't just have to be on the College Council to have your opinions heard. But the five committees are always eager to get new members or just to receive ideas and feedback from students, and every resident is encouraged to contribute in some way. -Jennifer Atwood