|Leadership Opportunities in the Classroom
|Instructional resources are used to promote leadership knowledge.
|There are some opportunities for students to demonstrate the leadership knowledge they have learned.
|Many opportunities exist for student lead instruction.
|Numerous opportunities exist for students to teach and model others how to be leaders.
|Leadership Opportunities through Clubs and Organizations
|Clubs and organizations exist to provide leadership opportunities.
|Clubs and organizations are emerging and beginning to form their leadership structure.
|Clubs and organizations empower students to reach out to meet the needs of the community.
|The leadership structure of the clubs and organizations serve as a model to be replicated.
|Leadership Opportunities in the Community
|There is no plan in place that promotes community service.
|There is evidence of a plan for promoting community service but with little involvement.
|There is evidence that community service is promoted, implemented and recognized.
|There is evidence that the community is significantly impacted as a result of the community service.
|Campus Leadership Culture
|There is no evidence of a plan to shift the campus culture to encourage leadership through student voice.
|There is evidence of a plan to shift the campus culture to encourage leadership through student voice.
|There is evidence that campus staff create a culture where student leadership is promoted through student voice.
|The campus culture serves as a model to replicated.