Diversity & Inclusion
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Signature Programs
- Leadership & Involvement
- N. H. Scott Center for Diversity & Inclusion
- University Diversity Council
- Campus Climate
- Connect with ODI
Brothers and Sisters in Christ (B.A.S.I.C.) Gospel Choir is a ministry of college students from Longwood University who desire to spread the word of Jesus Christ to the community through their gift of song. Through their service and appearances in the community, it is the mission of the members to touch their community one heart at a time, one note at a time.
The mission of the Black Student Association shall be to encourage diversity and inclusion of all historically underrepresented groups to the Longwood community and surrounding areas. Along with developing citizen leaders and maintain the roots of the organization within the African-American culture, while stretching ourselves as individuals and as a multicultural organization.
FIERCE is a hip-hop dance team. FIERCE stands for Flawless, Intense, Energetic, Radiant, Crunk, Exposed. This dance team prides itself our creativity, originality, and diversity among its members. We do not discriminate against anyone who wants to be a member. All types of dancers are welcome at any skill level. FIERCE performs at Oktoberfest, Spring Weekend, basketball games, and other performances as well. the purpose of FIERCE is to provide an outlet for talented dancers, as well as serve as entertainment on and off campus.
The purpose of GROWTHE is to train, educate and inspire students and members of the community of higher educational opportunities, the avenues to reach these places, and the motivation to accomplish the goal.
The mission of the Hispanic Organization for Latin Awareness is to educate the campus community on the various components of the Hispanic culture hoping to limit negative stereotypes often associated with the Hispanic community.
The purpose of PRIDE is to promote diversity, tolerance, acceptance, and education on Longwood University’s campus. Our goal is also to encourage and support our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, and Ally (LGBTQIA) students in becoming a more integral part of the Longwood community. We also strive to educate Longwood University’s students and staff of diversity and activist issues. Additionally, PRIDE seeks to advocate the rights of all students as well as address claims of discrimination, bias related incidents, and hate crimes on campus.