AYIL Leadership Academy

The AYIL Leadership Academy is a leadership program for the executive board members of multicultural student groups.  AYIL includes a leadership development orientation, community building activities, and a leadership assessment.  This program builds off of the Transitions Program for new students, but for returning students.

The mission of the AYIL Leadership Academy is to empower and equip multicultural students to be effective leaders in the University of Dayton community and beyond through implementing Marianist values in ethical leadership.

Students will participate in a day leadership intensive that will focus on the further formation of leadership skills, creating a planning foundation for the academic year, and connecting students with community leaders.

 AYIL Leadership Academy Information

The 2016 AYIL Leadership Academy schedule:
Aug. 16, 2016- AYIL students move-in (on-campus residents)
Aug. 17, 2016- AYIL Leadership Academy 
Aug. 18, 2016-AYIL assist with Transitions, pre-orientation program with incoming students. Student Organization Resource Fair.
Aug. 19, 2016-AYIL leadership service at Transitions pre-orientation program with incoming students.
***The complete schedule, including times and locations will be sent directly to registered students.

Step 1:  Register now for the 2016 AYIL Leadership Academy. You will receive a confirmation email with next steps within 5 days of registration.

Step 2: Early arrival housing applications for returning students will be open from June 1-July 29

Students living on-campus are required to also apply for early arrival only with UD Housing, beginning June 1. OMA will provide the proper account log-in information to all eligible Leadership Academy and Kindred President students who have first register AYIL Leadership Academy, before July 29.

Contact OMA at oma@udayton.edu for more information. 

The true leader serves.  Serves people.  Serves their best interests, and in so doing will not always be popular, may not always impress.  But because true leaders are motivated by loving concern rather than a desire for personal glory, they are willing to pay the price. - Eugene B. Habecker, Author

Contact Us

Office of Multicultural Affairs

Alumni Hall 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469