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Application Procedures

 

 Application Type and Deadline
Entry TermEarly Decision (nursing only)Early Action
(Final deadline for nursing)
Regular

Fall 2020

Nov. 1, 2019 Dec. 2, 2019

 

March 1, 2020

(still accepting)

Spring 2019 Not applicable Not applicable Dec. 2, 2019

Ready to take the first step toward joining the Lancer Family? It's as easy as 1, 2, 3 . . .

1. APPLY

 Complete and submit your online application. You can also apply through the Common Application.

2. SATISFY

Nonrefundable $50 application fee or fee waiver. 

Waiver options:

ACT waiver

SAT (College Board) waiver

Financial Hardship – If satisfying the application will cause a financial hardship for you and your family, complete the “financial hardship” section on the payment of page of the application.

3. UPLOAD

An unofficial copy of your high school academic transcript. You will have an opportunity to complete the upload at the end of your application.

Note: An essay or personal statement is required for nursing majors.

 

Admissions Options

Early Decision Admission (Nursing only*)

*The nursing application for Fall 2020 enrollment is closed. The application for Fall 2021 enrollment will open in summer 2020.

Longwood offers Early Decision Admission to freshman applicants interested in Nursing entering the fall semester. 

To be considered for Nursing, application and admission documents must be received and/or postmarked by November 1. Candidates will be notified by mid-December of admission decision. If admitted, a financial aid package estimate will be provided along with acceptance notification. The offer of admission is binding. 

Students not selected for Early Decision Nursing opportunity will have the opportunity to be considered for Early Action Nursing opportunity and/or regular admissions to the university with another academic major selection.  

Early Action Admission

Longwood offers Early Action Admission to freshman applicants entering the fall semester. 

To be considered for Honors, Nursing and remaining academic majors, application and admission documents must be received and/or postmarked by December 2. The offer of admission is non-binding. Students not selected for Nursing will have the opportunity to be considered for regular admissions to the university with another academic major selection.  

Regular Admission

Longwood offers Priority Admissions to freshmen and transfer applicants who apply by February 1 (fall) and November 1 (spring) for special admission and scholarship consideration. 

Nursing applicants are not eligible to apply as Regular Admission.