Student Conduct and Integrity
The Office of Student Conduct and Integrity contributes to the mission of Longwood University through the creation and enforcement of conduct standards designed to ensure each student's freedom to learn while protecting the fundamental rights of campus community members.
Longwood University has a long historic tradition of a student administered Honor Code and Conduct process. It is student involvement that forms the foundation for our community-based standards.
The goal is to provide students with the knowledge, skill and insight necessary to make mature behavioral decisions that will contribute to the campus community and society.
Opportunities for involvement include:
- Membership on the Honor and Conduct Boards
- Participation in the Community Standards Committee
- Taking part in Honor and Integrity programs throughout the year
- Participating in Bystander Intervention programming and training
Have a Question?
- I want to file a complaint, how do I do that?
- Why am I being held responsible for something that happened off campus?
- What are my rights?
View all Frequently Asked Questions.
To report misconduct anonymously, please use our Anonymous Report Form.*
To make an anonymous crime report to the Longwood University Police Department, please use the Police Department Crime Report Form.
*Please remember that an anonymous report will be investigated to the best of our ability based on the information that is available. Additionally, all University employees designated as "Responsible Employees" must report sexual misconduct, including personally identifiable information, directly and promptly to the Title IX Coordinator.