Hazing is a violation of laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia and Longwood University policies.  Hazing is defined as any action taken or situation created intentionally, whether on or off Longwood property, by either fraternity/sorority organizations, student clubs/organizations, athletic teams, individual students or student groups, to produce mental or physical discomfort, endangerment of life, embarrassment, harassment, intimidation, or ridicule. Willingness to engage in any hazing activity does not render the Anti-Hazing Policy unenforceable.


Reporting 

To report hazing incidents please visit the Office of Conduct and Integrity or complete the Say Something Make a Report form.  

Say Something is a centralized, online resource that Longwood University students and employees may use to make a report of their concerns related to:

  • Hazing
  • Title VI (Non-Discrimination and Harassment)
  • Title IX (Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Violence)

Confidential Reports

Say Something is NOT a Confidential reporting platform.

If you wish to report an incident or speak to someone about what happened and desire that the details of the incident be kept confidential, you should speak with staff members who will maintain confidentiality.

Offices that will maintain Confidentiality: 

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
  • University Health Services
  • Off-campus crisis resources (including off-campus clergy and chaplains)

Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Health and Fitness Center, Upper Level; Phone:(434)395-2409

University Health Center 
Longwood Landings, 106 Midtown Ave, Farmville, VA; Phone: (434)395-2102

Southside Center for Violence Prevention
24-Hour Crisis Hotline: (888)819-2926