The purpose of the Campus Impact Committee is to discuss the effects that construction projects have on different people, departments and events on campus.
The goal of the Campus Impact Committee is to minimize inconvenience and maximize communication within the Longwood community.
Through open discussions and free transfer of information, the Committee is able to anticipate potential problems, curtail the impacts, as well as inform the rest of Longwood.
The Norman H. and Elsie Stossel Upchurch University Center
The fence is up and work will soon begin on the Norman H. and Elsie Stossel UPCHURCH UNIVERSITY CENTER! As we say farewell to the Cunninghams, we celebrate a new university center that will provide inviting and up-to-date space in which students can study and socialize. The center is named after an alumna who made the largest single commitment towards any capital project: $4 million. Mrs. Upchurch is a true representation of the Longwood Citizen Leader and understands the importance of developing future citizen leaders. The $30 million, 75,000 square foot state-of-the art university center will include student services, a coffee shop, meeting rooms, lounge spaces, Cabaret, multipurpose rooms, food service, and administrative offices right in the heart of campus. The estimated completion is in the fall of 2017.