As members of the Dean's Student Advisory Council, undergraduate and graduate students are the official student spokespeople for the College. Participants in this program are afforded an opportunity for enhancing professional growth, interacting with the University and with the community and for enhancing their public relation skills.
The National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a pre-professional membership association for students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders. Membership in national NSSLHA is available to undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral students enrolled full- or part-time in a communication sciences program or related major.
The Longwood University Chapter of NSSLHA seeks to promote the awareness of the professions related to communication sciences and disorders through on-campus learning and service activities.
Students in the Special Education program are strongly encouraged to become members of the Council for Exceptional Children.
This student group meets monthly to discuss and share Special Education related information and events. They also organize some activities with the area schools to promote the educational outcomes of children with disabilities and arrange parties for children enrolled in classes for students with severe disabilities.
In the past some members of this group have volunteered in the "Read to a Child" program at Prince Edward Elementary School. This group also participates in the "Oktoberfest" celebrations on campus.
Involvement in this group provides an opportunity for the members to demonstrate their leadership skills.
Lancer Alliance is an organization recognized by Longwood University, which is designed to support, encourage, and provide assistance to members seeking professional opportunities at the local, state, and national levels. Membership in this organization is open to anyone with an interest in physical education, athletic training, exercise science, community health, therapeutic recreation and dance.
Lancer Alliance Seeks To:
The purpose of this organization is to broaden the member's knowledge of athletic training. As well as establish a relationship with the public community and University, and educate them in the profession of athletic training. We support and promote the highest quality of healthcare to the physically active population and promoting the highest quality of social, moral, and ethical obligations to the athletic training profession. Playing a role in the welfare of the students, student athletic trainers, graduate student athletic trainers, certified athletic trainers, and health care providers that work in association with the Longwood Athletic Trainers' Association (LATA).