From its teaching college origins in 1839

From its teaching college origins in 1839

to today's co-ed university, Longwood has a long tradition of educating and empowering citizen leaders through a liberal arts curriculum and teaching-focused faculty.


We take pride in our small-school status. Maybe that's why we're one of the Top 10 Public Schools in the South (2016, U.S. News & World Report.)

Graduate Programs

More than 500 graduate students take their classes full- or part-time, on and off campus.

Continuing Education

Take for-credit and non-credit professional courses to start your degree in high school, finish it later in life or just to learn something new.