Leadership LOGIC

The words Leadership Logic Program superimposed on a tree. Below: learn now. lead now. Learning in the outdoors for group and individual change

Leadership Learning in the Outdoors for Group and Individual Change, better known as Leadership LOGIC, is an overnight retreat to engage in leadership development through experiential learning. Specifically, LOGIC caters to FSU students who have not participated in a leadership development program before. It is a great way to explore leadership knowledge and skills through individual, small group and large group interactions.

A LOGIC participant presenting during a group exercise.
LOGIC participants hand-in-hand completing a group exercise

Not only do participants learn about leadership development, but they also meet fellow FSU students and participate in engaging activities. Weather permitting, the group will spend most of the program outside in hands-on exercises that apply leadership theories. The program is held at the Rez and makes use of the FSU Challenge Course.

LOGIC participants engaging in conversation in the outdoors.
LOGIC participants laughing as a fun game is being prepared.


The next session of LOGIC will take place in the fall semester and will feature the high and low ropes course. Participation in LOGIC is always at no cost to students.

Registration is now closed and typically opens a month before the first session takes place.


Leadership LOGIC has a Planning Team made up of a group of student facilitators and  student coordinators. Experience with Leadership LOGIC is not necessary to apply. Applications typically open in the spring for the following academic year. 


Gen Ramirez
Leadership Programs Coordinator 

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