The Longwood University Alumni Association was organized by seven alumnae in 1887 under the name Association of Alumnae of State Female Normal School. The name of the association changed as the name of the institution changed. The purpose of the Association shall be to promote the interest of Longwood University and to maintain among its graduates and former students a spirit of fellowship, service and loyalty.
Are there dues?
No. Longwood’s Alumni Association is a non-dues based association and all graduates are automatically members. Non-degree alumni who earn 24 or more credit hours from Longwood can request to be members of the Alumni Association. The Association is funded by a partnership with Meyers & Associates, an insurance company; Liberty Mutual, a mutual fund program; and Balfour, the official Longwood University ring distributor.
The Association is governed by an Alumni Board composed of three officers and between fifteen and twenty-one members-at-large. Official business meetings are held in the fall and in the spring of each year and a planning meeting is held in the summer. Board members assist throughout the year with program development and events sponsored by the Association. One representative from both the Board of Visitors and the Longwood University Foundation Board of Directors attends Alumni Board Meetings. The President of the Alumni Board attends Board of Visitors meetings and the Vice-President attends Foundation Board meetings. Below are our current board members.
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