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Staley School of Leadership Studies


Mary Lynn and Warren Staley School of Leadership Studies
Kansas State University
103 Leadership Studies Building
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-6542 fax

Building Hours

7 am - 9 pm


7 am - 6 pm


Radina's Summer Hours
8 am - 9 pm


8 am - 6 pm

Serve around the Globe with International Service Teams

International Service Teams is a service-learning program of interdisciplinary teams of Kansas State University students who serve in communities around the world during the summer break. They are currently accepting applications for summer 2015. Learn more and submit applications and reference forms by Friday, October 31st at 12:00 PM.

Alternative Breaks seeking new Student Coordinator

Alternative Breaks is an opportunity for students to participate in an intense service experience during their winter, spring, and weekend breaks. Student Coordinators are responsible for organizing and participating in weekly Alt. Breaks staff meetings, and facilitating the selection and training of site leaders and Alt. Breaks teams. This includes the organization and supervision of recruitment and publicity. The Student Coordinator also cultivates program partnerships for service site development. 

Learn more about Alternative Breaks and apply by Friday, October 31st. 


Certificate in Community-Engaged Leadership

The Staley School of Leadership Studies is very excited to announce, in partnership with Points of Light, the certificate in Community-Engaged Leadership! The certificate is available to anyone across the country with a passion for creating positive community impact, and is ideal for undergraduate students or national service members. Click the banner below to see the details!

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Changes to the Leadership Studies Minor Curriculum

All students should take a moment to learn about some recent changes to the leadership studies minor. The changes were a response to student feedback over the last few years. We believe the new and improved format will allow students to more fully engage in their leadership education and development. Overall, credit hours for the minor will be reduced from 18 hours to 16 hours. This is a result of increasing LEAD 450: Senior Seminar from 2 hours to 3 hours and a reduction in elective courses from 9 hours to 6 hours. Students will still apply leadership to their majors through choosing 6 hours of electives from one broad list. These changes will affect both standard and nonprofit students. Click here to learn more.  

Academic Mentoring is Seeking New Mentors

Apply to be an Academic Mentor and you could be part of the dedicated group of students committed to helping children in the Manhattan community!



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