The Office of Student Leadership and Involvement hosts a variety of leadership programs and provides resources for both organizations and individuals.
Leadership Lunch Series
Leadership Lunches are a monthly lecture series intended to provide leadership training to Samford students through a 30-minute, seminar-style presentation. It is our hope that these presentations are interactive and encourage open dialogue among participants. Free lunch will be provided for the first 40 students who register each month.
- September 18, 2019 - Register Now
- October 16, 2019 - Register Now
- November 20, 2019 - Register Now
- February 19, 2020 - Register Now
- March 18, 2020 - Register Now
- April 15, 2020 - Register Now
Q Union exists to equip students to faithfully engage culture.
On October 24th, 2019 Samford students are invited to participate in the Q Union evening where they simultaneously join with 25,000 Christians on college campuses and in U.S. cities for a shared learning experience. Combining both 3 nationally broadcasted talks and 3 student-led talks, attendees will be unified, inspired and challenged to engage culture well.
The Office of Student Leadership and Involvement employees both full-time staff and student assistants to provide support for student organizations, groups, or classes for the following:
- CliftonStrengths Assessment
- Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
- General leadership training
- OrgSync management
Please contact email@example.com, to learn more or schedule a session.
Leadership and Service Convocation
Each spring, Samford recognizes the outstanding contributions of student leaders at Leadership and Service Convocation. Four university awards are presented during this ceremony, as well as the Luke 2:52 Award, Shelton Community Service Awards, and two Omicron Delta Kappa Awards.
Student Leader Spotlight
The Office of Student Leadership and Involvement seeks to recognize Samford students for their outstanding contributions to campus and community through the Student Leader Spotlight program.
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to nominate student leaders by submitting the form. Nominations will be accepted on a rolling basis and a committee will select one or two students for each month’s spotlight. Nominations must be submitted by the end of the month to be considered for recognition the following month. For example, nominations submitted by February 28 will be considered for March's Spotlight.
Nominated students are not required to hold “official” leadership positions. The purpose of the spotlight is to recognize students who may not receive recognition otherwise. The committee is looking for students who have recently demonstrated outstanding leadership on campus or in the community. Depth and intentionality of leadership, as well as uniqueness of the student's contribution, will be considered when selecting spotlight recipients.