HOW WILL YOU LEAD?
You are invited to a leadership event planned exclusively for high school juniors and seniors. CU LEAD exists to equip and inspire leaders to be exceptional in all areas of life. By exploring a biblical definition of leadership, students will develop the knowledge and skills to implement positive change through effective stewardship, influence, and service. Session topics include “followership” and leadership, integrity, leadership as an act of worship, how to develop your leadership profile, and a student leadership panel. Breakout sessions will be led by a variety of Cedarville faculty and staff.
January 23-24, 2015
The conference begins at 7 p.m. on Friday and ends at 5 p.m. on Saturday. Check-in will be from 5–7 p.m. on Friday in the Stevens Student Center. Early check-in is available on Friday morning for students who will be attending the campus visit and the pre-conference leadership session. Optional campus housing is available.
$50 per student includes meals, snacks, all sessions and seminars, small-group activities, and an event shirt.
As a courtesy to our prospective students who are visiting campus for events, the Admissions department subsidizes airport transportation costs. We offer round trip service to and from the Dayton and Columbus airports at a discounted rate of $45 for Dayton and $80 for Columbus. If you plan to travel by air and need transportation to and from the airport for CU LEAD, please click on the link below and fill out the Admissions Airport Transportation form.
PLEASE NOTE: We will not be able to provide shuttle service for those who contact us after January 9, 2015.
Medical Release Forms
To enable us to care for medical needs that arise during CU LEAD, each student must bring a medical release form signed by a parent or guardian when they come to campus. This form must be completed separately from the online registration form and turned in when you check in on Friday.
Modest casual dress including nice jeans or khakis and nice shirts or sweaters are acceptable for CU LEAD activities.