The Office of the Vice President for Administration and Finance provides management oversight for all financial services and key administrative offices which impact the daily activities of students, faculty, and staff.

We are a team of professionals working to support the University's mission of being an institution of higher learning dedicated to the development of citizen leaders who are prepared to make positive contributions to the common good of a global society.

This support includes the ethical and responsible stewardship of University resources, utilization of best practices to ensure effective management and accountability of those resources, the effective delivery of legendary service, continuous improvement, and enhancement of the learning and working environments.

I encourage you to call upon the members of the Administration and Finance team when you have questions or need assistance concerning our Administration and Finance policies and procedures.

Louise Waller
Vice President for Administration and Finance

Commonwealth Data Point

View Longwood University's Expenses 

Policies & Procedures Manual

The Administrative Policies is a comprehensive list of policies and procedures covering academics, finance, technology, student affairs and more.

Identity Theft Prevention

Pursuant to the Federal Trade Commission's Red Flags Rule of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, Longwood University has established Identify Theft Prevention Program Procedures (docx) designed to assist University personnel in identifying, detecting and responding to red flags in an effort to prevent and mitigate identity theft in connection with covered accounts and to provide for continued administration of the Program.

Policy 2025 Identity Theft Prevention Program

NACUBO: FTC Red Flag Rule

Federal Trade Commission Red Flags Rule: A How-To Guide for Business