Organized in 1992 to encourage student participation in the operation of the College of Business and Economics, the Student Advisory Board advises the Dean on student issues, plans student activities for the CBE, and serves as ambassadors for the CBE. Members can be nominated by faculty, students, or the dean and must maintain at least a 2.7 GPA. Final selection is by the Dean and current Student Advisory Board members.
Advisor: Dr. Paul Barrett
Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest national academic honor bestowed upon business and economics juniors, seniors, and graduate students at institutions where business programs are accredited by AACSB International. To be eligible for membership, juniors and seniors must be in the top 10 percent of their class, and graduate students in the top 20 percent of their class. Transfer students must have earned at least 24 credits at Longwood to be eligible for membership.
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Melinda Fowlkes
The Longwood University Accounting Association provides its members with a means of interacting with other students and faculty in Longwood's accounting program as well as professionals who practice accounting for a living. The goal is accomplished through various meetings, seminars, and executive-in-residences. The Accounting Association also provides opportunities for students to participate in community volunteering and leadership activities and to improve their interviewing and communication skills. Also, they will have the opportunity to build relationships with classmates outside the classroom environment. In short, this organization's purpose is to bridge the gap between college and the business world.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bob Cochran
Website: Longwood University Accounting Association Accounting Association Portal
Affiliated with the national organization, membership in the Longwood's chapter of the American Marketing Association is open to any Longwood student who has an interest in marketing.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. John Gaskins
Delta Sigma Pi is an international professional business fraternity, and the Kappa Nu Chapter was chartered at Longwood in 1981. Membership is open to all business and economics majors who have completed at least one semester in the business or economics program and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.3.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Melanie Marks
Website: Delta Sigma Pi -- Kappa Nu chapter
Facebook: Delta Sigma Pi
The mission of the ISCS Organization is to better the academic and professional careers of its members by providing them with tools, counseling, and opportunities needed to become exceptional Information Technology users.
The Lancer Student Investment Fund (LSIF) is a portfolio of NYSE and NASDAQ equities managed autonomously by the students of Longwood University. Created in 2002 with a generous donation of $250,000 by members of the Longwood University Foundation, the LSIF has grown to a $550K+ portfolio while providing students with opportunities for growth, knowledge and investing. The LSIF’s faculty advisor is Dr. Frank Bacon, and Mr. Brad Watson of Davenport LLC serves as the Fund’s Investment Executive.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Frank Bacon
Phi Beta Lambda is a national business organization open to all university students who are interested in business and economics. They participate at the state and national levels in professional development activities and individual and team competitions.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Charles White