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Each fall, our students will have the opportunity to participate in unique, personalized orientations. These Royals will quickly become a valued part of our campus community.

 Queens students lead.

CONNECT
L.E.A.D. (Learn, Empower, Act, Diversify) Peer Mentoring Program
L.E.A.D. is a program for first year generation and minority students that provides you with a way to find out about activities, information and resources to ensure your success. As a first year student in our L.E.A.D. program, you will be matched with an upper class-mentor. If you are the first in your family to go to college, you may benefit from a mentor who was in the same situation and learned some key tips on making a successful transition to university life. If you are a minority student, this program can also work for you. We'll match you with an upper class mentor to help you navigate your first year at Queens.

Contact
Hillman Evans, evansh@queens.edu
(First-year students only; application required)

Queens students live & learn.

LIVE & LEARN
Living Learning Communities
At Queens, we learn inside and outside the classroom in a variety of ways. The Sed Min Household is a Living Learning Community that challenges students to live the Queens motto "not to be served, but to serve." You will live in our historic, suite-style Hayes residence hall and have hands-on access to premiere non-profits in the Charlotte area. Students have the opportunity to learn more about themselves as leaders, while developing passions for civic engagement and community service.

Contact
Johnny Hohenstein, hohensteinj@queens.edu
(First-year students; application required)

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