The RISE Peer Mentor program is designed to assist incoming first-year underrepresented student populations in their transition to college and to create an environment that provides support and resources to increase their sense of belonging and engagement with the university that will result in supporting retention efforts.
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, gender identity, age, political affiliation, veteran status, or disability status, except in relation to employment where a bona fide occupational qualification exists.
Questions concerning access or accommodations should contact Accessibility Resources at (434)395-2391 (V) or (800)828-1120 (TT Relay).
Questions or concerns regarding employment please contact the Equal Opportunity and Cheif Human Resources Officer, Lisa Mooney at (434)395-2074.
For more information or if you believe you have been subject to discrimination on the basis of sex or gender identity, please contact Longwood University’s Title IX Coordinator, Sasha Johnson.
Read more from the Student Handbook.
Say Something is a centralized, online resource that Longwood University students and employees may use to make a report of their concerns related to: