Last week, anti-bullying activist and founder of Jaylens Challenge Foundation, Inc., Jaylen Arnold, announced his decision to attend Southeastern University at the SEU Forum. Arnold has committed to attend Southeastern University in the fall of 2019.
“We are looking forward to having Jaylen join Southeastern University’s community this fall. We are inspired by his strength to turn a negative experience into an opportunity to educate people about bullying and advocate for those who have been bullied. He is truly a remarkable young leader,” said Dr. Kent Ingle, president of Southeastern.
– Southeastern University, 2019, Jaylens Challenge Founder to Attend SEU, [Press Release]
When Arnold was 8 years old, he was bullied at school. Arnold’s passion to educate people about respect and bullying led him to start Jaylens Challenge with a goal to spread his message nationwide.
Arnold’s story has been featured on the Ellen show, CNN, and Katie Couric. Recently, Arnold received the Princess Diana Legacy Award from Prince William and Prince Harry and was featured on NBA superstar LeBron James’ social media.
For more information visit www.seu.edu/blog/jaylens-challenge/