Diverse Scholars Program
The Diverse Scholars Program focuses on comprehensive student development through a variety of group and individual interactions.
The Leeds School has created strong partnerships with over 4,000 companies from diverse industries.
This program consists of a spring-semester course that counts as a business elective and that includes a class trip to an international destination.
At Leeds, students are encouraged to explore career opportunities in business through hands-on learning.
Leeds Council is Leeds School of Business student goverment organization that strives to serve, support, and represent the student body.
Leeds Residential Academic Program (RAP)
A targeted residential community that is comprised exclusively of undergraduate students who are business majors in the Leeds School of Business.
The Leeds Scholars Program (LSP) is a selective honors, leadership development opportunity for undergraduate students within the Leeds School of Business.
The integration of multiple mentoring programs through the four-year experience is a unique feature of the Leeds education.
Nationally and Internationally recognized speakers and thought leaders on subjects related to Accounting, Finance, Management & Entrepreneurship and Marketing.
Incoming Freshman and current Leeds students are invited to apply for all of Leeds School of Business scholarships.
Student organizations at Leeds School of Business provide a wealth of opportunities to connect with other students, the University community and the larger student organization community.
Team rooms are provided for students at the Leeds School of Business and provide an effective working and studying environment. Reserve your space online.
Trep Café (short for entrepreneur) is a student-run small business which operates as a non-profit organization that funds student scholarships