Student Leadership Bios
Student Director of University Leadership Council
Kayleigh is a Senior at Anderson University, from Markle, IN. She is a Christian Ministries major with three minors in Biblical Studies, Family Science, and Spanish. After graduation, it is her hope to work in a ministry with young women, helping them find their self-esteem and self-worth through Christ alone . She was a Discipleship Coordinator her Sophomore year at AU, and was a member of the University Leadership Council last year. "I am excited to serve as the ULC Director this year because I have a huge heart for encouragement! The Student Leaders on AU's campus are some of the best around, and it is my joy and honor to be able to serve them through Christ-like service, creative encouragement, and authentic relationships!" - Kayleigh Mower
Student Director of University Fellows
Paige is a senior at Anderson University, from Plainfield Indiana. She is an English major with a focus in Literature. Paige completed the Fellows program her freshman year, and decided to become a leader her sophomore year. She was also a resident assistant in Martin Hall as a sophomore. This is her second year as Director of the Fellows program, and she is very excited to see what this year holds for the program. She can't wait to offer her support to the Fellows program, and to meet all of the new incoming freshman leaders on campus!
New Student Coordinator
Sarah is a senior hailing all the way from great New England, in New Hampton, New Hampshire. Even with all the “New” in her life, she indeed will be graduating this May with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing. She has previously served Anderson University’s new student body as a Peer Mentor and enthusiastically found her place as New Student Coordinator last March. Sarah started here at Anderson in 2009, stayed a semester and then transferred to New Hampshire, but AU was not easily forgotten, and she transferred back in 2011-2012. As a transfer student herself, she has a passion for meeting new people and helping all new students feel welcome and find their unique place here on campus.