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Student Advisory Board

 

Jordan ClaryJordan Clary, President

Concentration: Accounting
Expected Graduation Date: May 2015

 

Darrius ChristianDarrius Christian, Vice President

Concentration: Accounting/ISYS
Expected Date of Graduation: May 2016

 

Lena March PhotoLena March, Secretary

Concentration: Marketing 
Expected Graduation Date: May 2014

 

Sephonias SambaSephonias Samba, Treasurer

Concentration: Finance
Expected Graduation Date: May 2015

 

 Katelyn GoughKatelyn Gough, SGA Rep

Concentration:  Accounting
Expected Graduation Date:  May 2016

 

Katelyn RehovichKatelyn Rehovich

Concentration:  Accounting/Management
Expected Graduation Date:  May 2016

 

Cory MettsCharles Daugharthy

Concentration:  Accounting
Expected Graduation Date:  May 2015

 

Chad ChandlerChad Chandler

Concentration: Accounting
Expected Graduation Date: May 2015

 

Charles DaugharthyCory Metts

Concentration:  Finance/Accounting
Expected Graduation Date:  May 2015

 

Michael HyleMichael (Adam) Hyle

Concentration: ISYS
Expected Graduation Date: May 2015

 

Matthew SlackMatthew Slack

Concentration: ISYS
Expected Date of Graduation: May 2015

 

Autumn UptainAutumn Uptain

Concentration: Marketing & Management
Expected Graduation Date: May 2015

 

Mark Fatico

Concentration: ISYS
Expected Graduation Date:  December 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                         

 

Purpose

The Dean's Student Advisory Board provides on-going advice on student and academic issues and college operations to the Dean.

 

Mission

The Dean's Student Advisory Board aids in the continuous improvement of the College of Business and Economics in order to become the leading business school in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Board serves as a diverse intermediary between the students and the Dean to encourage the highest level of academic achievement, to facilitate decision-making, and to form a strong union between the students, faculty, and stakeholders. As an intermediary, the Board promotes the business school through the coordination of business school functions and community involvement.

 

Goals

  • To aid in the continuous improvement of the business college in all aspects of the college.
  • To act as a liaison between the students of the business school and the Dean to maintain the best academic environment, to form a strong union between the students, faculty, and stakeholders, and to raise the College of Business and Economics to the pinnacle of its potential.
  • To promote the business school through the coordination of functions, community activities, and involvements.
 

Contact Information

Feel free to contact any of the board members with feedback, questions, or comments.

E-mail: cbe@longwood.edu
Phone: 434.395.2045

If you are interested in a position on the board, please email the dean's administrative assistant and include a resume and cover letter in your correspondence.