At Longwood April means...

Decision Time

Last chance to reserve your spot in the Class of 2021

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Decision Time
Rockin’ and Rollin’ (in the mud)

Nothing says spring like the best weekend of the year

Spring Weekend

Rockin’ and Rollin’ (in the mud)
Scholarly Debate

Professors defend their disciplines—or sink—in the annual Raft Debate

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Scholarly Debate
CHI Burning

The Longwood spirit lives on in our oldest secret society

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CHI Burning


Ed Ayers and Gilbert Bland
Edward Ayers, one of the nation’s most accomplished historians and university presidents, and noted entrepreneur and Commonwealth civic leader Gil Bland will address Longwood University’s graduating students during commencement weekend May 19-20.

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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.

Top Stories

LUPD officers Rachel Whitehead and Quincy Steele chat with senior biology major Samuel McClain on Brock Commons. Officers stand out on Brock Commons most days at 1:45 p.m. to chat and get to know students.
For Longwood police, commitment to community runs deep

It’s Thursday—the unofficial first night of Spring Weekend—and just before 9 p.m., two hours into his all-night shift, Sgt. Greg Giuriceo has his first potentially serious call of the blustery spring night.

Dr. Timothy O’Keefe
Introducing Dr. Timothy O’Keefe - new dean of the College of Business and Economics

During nearly two decades at the University of North Dakota, Tim O’Keefe helped elevate a business school to the national stage, helping to establish the second school of entrepreneurship in a public university and building an online MBA program that rose to a top-30 national ranking.