Come out and survive the SURVIVE Series! Navigate your way across our road map by attending seminars and workshops that promote applicable real-world knowledge. What is my leadership style? How do I take out a loan? Which foods are good for me? How do I get past this apparent roadblock in my life? Come and learn the answers to these questions!

Leadership Programming 

LEADS, Leadership Effectiveness and Development Sessions are offered throughout the year and are open to all students.  Click HERE to see all the programs we are offering!

Click HERE to view the Calendar!

Student Organizations

Plymouth State has nearly 100 clubs and organizations with plenty of opportunities to take-on a leadership role.  Check it out, there’s something for everyone!


If you have any questions or would like to request a seminar/workshop please visit the Student Activities Office on the Second Floor of the HUB or email Jonathan at jmnouryelliard@plymouth.edu


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