|Application Type and Deadline|
|Entry Term||Early Decision (nursing only)||Early Action|
(Final deadline for nursing)
|Nov. 1, 2021||Dec. 1, 2021||
March 1, 2022
|Spring 2022||Not applicable||Not applicable||Dec. 1, 2021|
1. Create your student profile
Whether you apply through the Longwood application or the Common Application (opens on August 1), you’ll need to create your student profile. Be sure to keep your login information in a safe place so you can refer to it in the future.
2. Complete and submit your application
All Applicants except Nursing
Applicants unable to submit test scores due to COVID-19, may apply for conditional admission with a test waiver. Students choosing this option must have taken (or be on track to complete) four years of upper-level mathematics while in high school. Students admitted with conditional status will be enrolled in BIOL 206 and MATH 171 during the first semester at Longwood and must earn a “C” grade or better to continue in the nursing program.
3. Upload your documents
48 hours after successful submission of your application, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to upload an unofficial copy of your high school transcript. You’ll also receive a checklist of your next steps toward becoming a Lancer!
*Test scores -- SAT/ACT test scores are not required, but optional. If you choose not to submit standardized test scores, you will not be penalized and your application for admission will be holistically reviewed for consideration for admission, the Cormier Honors College, and merit-based aid. If you choose to submit standardized test scores, you will have the opportunity to elect “test-optional” and self-report your unofficial scores on your application. Confirmation of official scores will be required prior to enrolling.
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.
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 1. 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.
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.