Diversity & Inclusion Intro

In their roles as civically engaged Citizen Leaders, Lancers engage in significant outreach efforts like cultural immersion trips, social justice leadership summits and the good-natured Walk a Mile in Their Shoes event—in which Longwood men and women don a pair of high heels and walk to raise awareness about violence toward women.


Join us as we explore and share multifaceted, transformative educational programs and activities throughout the Longwood community to better understand how to advocate, support and value historically underrepresented students and groups.

Signature Programs

  • Crash on Campus: Multicultural Preview Weekend 
  • Cultural Immersion Trips
  • Focus on Film Series
  • Life After Longwood: Graduate School & Job Fair Tours
  • Get in the Zone: Safe Zone Training
  • Lunch ‘n’ Learn: Brown Bag Lunch Series
  • MLK Celebration Week
  • Walk-a-Mile in Their Shoes / The Clothesline Project

N. H. “Cookie” Scott Multicultural Center

Named in honor of Longwood’s first African-American graduate, Nancy H. “Cookie” Scott ’72, the N.H. Scott Multicultural Center provides workspace, resources and meeting space for multicultural groups on campus.

 

Affirmative Action Statement

Longwood University, an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia, is an equal opportunity institution of higher learning. Consistent with Federal and State law, the University promotes equal opportunity for all prospective and current students and employees. The University will not discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin , religion, sexual orientation, age, political affiliation, veteran status, or disability status, except in relation to employment where a bona fide occupational qualification exists. Anyone with questions concerning access or accommodations should contact Disability Resources at 434-395-2391 (V); 800-828-1120 (TT Relay).

Approved by the Board of Visitors 6/06