Longwood University Student Activity Fees for undergraduate students are assessed at $6 per undergraduate credit hour.

Based on an average of 15 credit hours per undergraduate student, the amount is $90/semester or $180/year.

The Student Government Association (SGA) allocates these funds in the spring of each year for the following academic year.

Longwood University Student Government Association (SGA) Student Organization Categorizations: COHORTS

Student/Campus Welfare Cohort

Organizations that directly benefit the Longwood campus. These organizations do not reflect the interests of any one group and serve to benefit the campus as a whole.

Organizations Allocated
Graduate Student Association The Graduate Student Association serves as the official voice for graduate students in terms of academics and student affairs. $12,000.00
Lancer Productions Lancer Productions, the student programming board, provides social, cultural, educational, and recreational programming. This student organization is a big part of Spring WEekend planning and execution. $133.657.00
Mortar Board The Geist Chapter of Mortar Board is a national honorary leadership scholarship and service fraternity. This student organization plans and manages Oktoberfest $90.650.00
RCL Advisory Board The Resident & Commuter Life student‐led Advisory Board builds a community among all students, both residential and commuter, by sponsoring, hosting and/or funding different programs and events. They also bring attention to different concerns or issues that affect the campus. $15,000.00
The Rotunda The Rotunda is a magazine, distributing 400 copies weekly. This student‐run organization also provides a website with over 2,000 views a week. $17,160.00
Senior Class Council Senior Class Council is a group of well‐rounded, diverse, and inclusive leaders who strive to make the Class of 2020 successful, as well as integrating students' thoughts and ideas into the study body as a whole. $500.00
Student Government Association SGA is the student governing body of Longwood University. The budget includes EPAA funds, allocated for educational programming when 3 or more student organizations collaborate. $112,213.00
Upchurch University Center Advisory Board The UUCAB plans and organizes student activities on and off-campus and advises on operations and policies in the Upchurch University Center. $6,300.00
WMLU WMLU is the music of Longwood University and Farmville, Virginia. It is a student‐run, non‐profit, non-commercial radio station broadcasting 24 hours a day at 440 watts. They oversee and manage the annual Band Fest. $11,933.00

Academic/Scholastic Cohort

These organizations reflect the interests of groups directly related to a major or field of study. This also includes organizations that encompass the different colleges on campus.

Organizations Allocated
National Association for Music Educators (NAME) The National Association for Music Educators (NAME) is a student organization geared toward music education and furthering education in the community. $4,000.00

Club Sports Cohort

This encompasses those organizations that pursue athletic and other competitive interests. These groups fall under the aegis of the Sports Club Council (SCC). These groups must first be approved by SCC in order to be considered a Club Sport.

Organization Allocated
Sport Club Council The Sport Club Council serves 24 sports clubs and is an advisory board to the Director of Campus Recreation. They assist in the overall management of the Sport Club Program at Longwood University. $80,000.00

Greek Oversight Cohort

These organizations seek to oversee and enhance the social Greek system on campus.

Organizations Allocated
College Panhellenic Council The College Panhellenic Council is the body that governs the national sororities and 1 local sorority at Longwood University. These sororities include Alpha Beta Psi, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Sigma Tau, Kappa Delta, Sigma Kappa, Sigma Sigma Sigma, and Zeta Tau Alpha. $3,100.00
Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council is the governing body for social recognized men's fraternities at Longwood University. $3,200.00
National Pan‐ Hellenic Council The National Pan‐Hellenic Council, Incorporated (NPHC)is currently composed of nine (9) International Greek letter Sororities and Fraternities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc., Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Longwood currently has seven (7) of these chapters on campus. NPHC promotes interaction through forums, meetings, and other mediums for the exchange of information and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions. $8,00.00
Order of Omega Order of Omega is the Greek honor society comprised of students whose goal is to recognize fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of scholarship and leadership.  Encourage, Inspire, Unite, Bring Together and Create are at the heart of the mission of Order of Omega.   $3,425.00

Interest Groups Cohort

These organizations are created based on special interests in specific areas including but not limited to: culture, leadership, and activities.

Organizations Allocated
Advanced Singers ACDA The Longwood Advanced Singers/ ADCA Student Chapter is an organization that supports choral music and the choral ensembles at Longwood University. $2,500.00
All For Respecting Our Hair AFROH is a natural hair club, with the intention to embrace the uniqueness of afro-textured hair. They work to support students who have afro-textured hair and educate those who do not. $1,560.00
Alternative Breaks Alternative Breaks is a student organization that provides students an opportunity to engage in community service during spring/winter break. AB is a great way for students to explore social issues and discover new things about themselves through education and purposeful action. $10,500.00
Anime Club The Anime Club promotes increased awareness and interest in all forms of Japanese culture, art, animation, as well as other forms of Asian entertainment. $859.00
Asian Student Involvement Association (ASIA) ASIA strives to be a community that brings awareness to Asian culture and recognizes the Asian population at Longwood. $810.00
Black Student Association BSA meets to discuss cultural and racial issues on campus, in the community, and around the world. They strive to promote diversity through our social and education programs. Their main goals are to Educate, Advocate, Connect, and Support. $950.00
CyberSecurity Club  The CyberSecurity Club promotes the understanding of computer and network security threats, engages in intercollegiate cybersecurity competitions, and serves as a supplement to help prepare students for careers in cybersecurity. $490.00
Gaming Club The Gaming Club is for those who enjoy video games, card games, tabletop games, and more at Longwood. $1,105.00
Global Leaders Longwood University's Global Leaders advocates and supports the international community on Longwood’s campus by providing social and academic mentoring to international students, and assisting the Office of International Affairs with study abroad and international student recruitment efforts. $260.00
Good Eats Good Eats is designed to provide a productive environment where students are able to learn more about selective eating and diets such as veganism, vegetarianism, kosher, culture eating, etc. Good Eats desires to promote healthy and happy eating habits in an all-inclusive environment. $860.00
Greeks for Change Greeks for Change provide risk management opportunities based upon the needs of the entire Greek community through needs-based assessment. $250.00
Longwood Company of Belly Dance The Longwood Company of Dancers is a group of individuals who share a common interest and appreciation for dance. The Longwood Company of Dancers hold annual performances for the community and campus as well as host occasional guest artists and travel across the state and East coast to perform. $262.50
Operation Smiles Operation Smiles promotes the non-profit medical charity that funds free medical care for children with cleft lips, cleft palates, and other facial deformities.   $250.00
Outdoor Club A group of students interested in and passionate about the outdoors and the activities conducted there, including such activities as hiking, canoeing, rock climbing, and backpacking. $2,500.00
Rock Climbing Rock Climbing Club is a place for anyone to feel like they are able to climb without judgment. Trips are student-led and vary in difficulty so everyone can climb to their own limits and set their own pace. $900.00
Service Dog Training & Education Program STEP@LU seeks to educate campus, as well as the general public, about the impact of service dogs, and to spread awareness of service dog etiquette and respect.  $815.00
Student Educators for Active Leadership The mission of S.E.A.L. is to offer opportunities for leadership development to the students of Longwood University, as well as catalyze Citizen Leadership through service and collaboration with student organizations, campus offices, and the community. $260.00 
Women in STEM The Women in STEM provides its members with a means of interacting with other students and faculty in Longwood's STEM disciplines through professional development workshops alumni public speakers, workshops and brown bag lunches, and opportunities for community outreach and leadership. $170.00