Science & Arts offers leadership development opportunities for emerging and existing student leaders to prepare for leadership roles on campus, the community and around the world. Students will engage in a combination of theoretical and practical experiences to gain a fuller understanding of leadership topics and are given an opportunity to earn a Leadership Certificate.
The GOLD Academy is a 3-tiered program at Science & Arts that enhances students’ leadership skills with various workshops, projects, and networking opportunities. In addition to being a great resume-builder, graduates from the Academy walk out with a plethora of leadership experiences that will help them excel through life after college.
Applications are due September 30, 2021
Science & Arts Student Leadership Conference
The Student Leadership Conference will provide students an opportunity to develop and enhance their leadership skills, learn about various leadership topics and network with other leaders on campus.
Drover Difference Day
Drover Difference Day will allow students to volunteer throughout the Chickasha Community. Students will reflect on their service experience and provide feedback about what they learned all while helping out the community! Drover Difference Day is held during the spring trimester.
The Minerva Awards provide public recognition for outstanding students at Science & Arts, honoring excellence in academics, community service, campus involvement and other areas. They are awarded to individuals who go above and beyond the ordinary expectations of Science & Arts students. The ceremony is held each year in April.
The Drover Awards recognizes and celebrates the outstanding contributions Science & Arts students make through leadership, academic and organizational achievements.
President's Leadership Scholarship
Incoming students who wish to become future campus leaders can apply for the President's Leadership Scholarship. Approximately 10 scholarships are awarded each year. The scholarship is renewable for a total of four consecutive academic years and is based on participation in the areas of leadership, campus involvement, academics and attendance. Applications are due each year in February. For more information and how to apply contact the Financial Aid office at (405)-574-1251.