At Longwood June means...

Scientific Research

Grab your lab coat for our intense signature summer research program


Scientific Research
Preparing New Lancers

Class of '22 gets its first taste of Longwood life at orientation

What to Expect

Preparing New Lancers
Arctic Adventures

Students in our signature Alaska program take on important issues

Follow Along

Arctic Adventures
Academics Abroad

From Ireland to Thailand, Lancers are expanding their horizons

Study Abroad

Academics Abroad


Longwood biology major Caitlin Harris ’20 is studying DNA repair proteins and cancer mutations while doing intensive research with Dr. Erin Shanle (left).
Last summer, Caitlin Harris ’20 was working in a factory alongside her father. This summer, the rising Longwood junior is studying DNA repair proteins and cancer mutations alongside Dr. Erin Shanle. And the biology major couldn’t be more in her element.

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W. Taylor Reveley III, president of the College of William & Mary, and his son, W. Taylor Reveley IV, president of Longwood University, enjoy a visit in Williamsburg. (Credit: Skip Rowland)
On Father’s Day, honoring a legacy and a unique presidential bond

Taylor Reveley III and Taylor Reveley IV share not just a name, but a distinction unique in the history of American higher education.

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After nearly two years of preparation, Longwood set a new bar for what universities can achieve in hosting a debate.

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Members of the Longwood family are spread far and wide, but stay connected through reunions and innovative partnerships with current Lancers.

Alumni & Friends


When the scarves wave, Lancer pride soars. And when we rock Willett Hall during home games, it’s an experience no one will forget.