Program Overview


Emerge at Auburn aims to help Auburn students develop skills to lead on campus, in the community, and in their future career field.


Through our quality, meaningful and multiple access point leadership development opportunities, we will guide Auburn students in refining their profiles as successful, ethical and effective campus, community, industry and world leaders.


We envision Auburn students as socially conscious, ethical, and thoughtful leaders who are committed and prepared to engage and contribute positively to our local and global communities.

Programmatic Structure

Our multi-tiered program structure is designed for students to engage in a comprehensive learning lab at their own pace and on their own time. Students will move through three phases of leadership curriculum, supplemented by various programs and initiatives. Additionally, an abundance of trained positional leadership opportunities and committee volunteer roles embedded within our programmatic structure provide students endless first-hand experience in the leadership development process.


Program Goals

Emerge at Auburn provides:

  • a uniquely designed, personal leadership development process.
  • access to co-curricular involvement to all students and seeks to engage students from all corners of campus.
  • exposure to the knowledge, skills and awareness required of equitable, servant leaders.
  • the space for students to think critically and independently about their role as leaders and their perspective of the world.

Last modified: January 7, 2021