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Medallion Program

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How Does Practicing Leadership Impact Others?

Level 3 of the Medallion Program focuses on the implementation of all 6 domains to elevate your leadership style. To successfully complete this portion of the program you will need to complete the following: 

  • Have completed Level 1 and Level 2 of the Medallion Program
  • Complete a level 3 reflection paper 


  • Take a Leadership Class
    • You must have completed the class AFTER finishing Level 1 and Level 2 and it must be within a semester of when you want it to count towards completing Level 3
    • Chose a class from the approved list below.
    • Depending on the number of credits of the class you may have to take additional workshops to meet requirements
      • CAS 125
      • CAS 206
      • CAS 207
      • CAS 304
      • CAS 357
      • CAS 370
      • CAS 120 (Spring Semester)


  • Choose a specialization from the list below to complete a project in:
      • Student Employment (Wilson Commons Student, Office of the Dean of Students, etc)
      • Fraternity and Sorority
      • Intercultural
      • LGBTQI
      • Service Learning
    • Help with programming/create sustainable programming
      • i.e. Create workshop (series) that feeds into Medallion programming
    • Must submit 1-page proposal of project within the chosen specialization within the first 30 days of the semester. (email to Erin Murphy at
      • Must answers these questions:
        • How does it benefit the Rochester community?
        • How does it integrate all 6 domains of the Medallion Program?
        • How do you plan to execute the project?
        • What is the proposed timeline of completion? 

Level 3 Incentives

Upon completion of the requirements for Level 3 you will:

  • Receive a level 3 Pin
  • Have the ability to join the Medallion Leadership Society 
  • Attend recognition receptions
  • Be invited to attend the Medallion Program Reception