If you've submitted your deposit, you’re now officially a college student! It’s great to have that feeling of being on your own—it’s also great to know there are people and resources available to help you when you need it.
From the first few days on campus to navigating the first few weeks of classes, your Peer Mentor and Student Success Coach are ready to answer questions, problem-solve, or just talk through any concerns you have.
Don't wait until August—you can start meeting other students in the Class of 2025 now!
Join us in this Facebook group to get questions answered, share excitement and maybe even meet your future roommate.
It’s likely you have questions that can only be answered by a current Longwood student. Here’s your chance to ask those questions. From dorm life and club involvement to dining on campus and everything in between, these students are ready to answer your questions. Just send them a text!
Junior, Sociology major, Women’s and Gender Studies minor
Clubs & Orgs: SGA, Honor and Conduct Board, AFROH (All For Respecting Our Hair) -Vice president, Good Eats - Founder and President, SEAL (Student Educators for Active Leadership) - Secretary, University Marketing & Communications - Social Media Coordinator
“Longwood is a place where your experience is what you make it, so become involved with the community and appreciate the town.”
TEXT ME AT (434) 414-1585
Junior, Criminal Justice and Sociology Major
Clubs & Orgs: SGA Executive Secretary, Alpha Sigma Phi Vice President and Secretary, SFC Member, KRD Ultimate Frisbee Secretary, Lancer Lunatics Member, 2019 Oktoberfest Spirit Leader
“I'm from NOVA, a very busy area, so coming to a smaller school in a small town was a big adjustment for me. However, I wouldn't trade it for anything.”
TEXT ME AT (434) 394-0635
Junior, Liberal Studies/Special Education
Clubs & Orgs: Cormier Honors College, Alpha Delta Pi - Vice President of Member Development, Special Education Ambassadors - Secretary, Office of Disability Resources - student worker, Kappa Delta Pi - member , Mortar Board - Scholarship and Geist Gala Chair, Order of Omega - Selections Chair, Phi Kappa Phi - member
“My favorite place on campus is Stubbs Lawn, it is always full of friendly faces and fun games. This spot also reminds me of some of my favorite Longwood traditions—Oktoberfest and Spring Weekend! Whenever I have free time, you can find me sitting on Stubbs Lawn enjoying the beauty of Longwood!”
TEXT ME AT (571) 354-0046
Junior, Mathematics Major
Clubs & Orgs: Longwood Ambassador - Publicity Committee Head, Cormier Honors College, Alpha Lambda Delta, Longwood Chi Alpha, Longwood Alternative Breaks - Director of Public Relations, Mortar Board - Geist Chapter Member, Honors Student Association, Women's Club Soccer
“Longwood’s campus has many amazing qualities. I am always taking advantage of the nice weather by laying in my ENO hammock on Stubbs Lawn, or grabbing a bite to eat with friends outside.”
TEXT ME AT (434) 414-1761
Sophomore, Communication Studies major
Clubs & Orgs: Freshman Class President, Spirit Leaders, Cheermiester, Honor and Conduct Board Member (2019-2020), Dining with the Directors, Student Finance Committee, Student Government Association Historian & Executive Board (This past semester), Phi Mu Delta, Sigma Alpha Brother & PR Chair
“Longwood is a lifestyle.”
TEXT ME AT (434) 394-0578
Senior, Criminal Justice major
Longwood Ambassador & Peer Mentor
Clubs & Orgs: Senior Class President Senior Class President, Honor and Conduct Board Associate Justice, Theta Chi Fraternity -Recruitment Chairman, Student Finance Committee, Student Philanthropy Council, Alternative Breaks, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Resident Assistant
“Longwood is big enough to be called a university, but small enough to be called a home.”
TEXT ME AT (434) 394-0592
Senior, Nursing major
Clubs & Orgs: Lead Peer Mentor -Office of First-Year Experience, Mortar Board - Vice President of Spirit, Longwood Nursing Honor Society - Treasurer, Honors Student Association, Nursing Student Association, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, National Society of Leadership and Success, Cormier Consul - Co-Founder, Greeks for Change - President, Athletics Department - Tutor and Monitor, Alpha Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma - Social Co-Chair
“Longwood’s many traditions are what makes Longwood home for me! ”
TEXT ME AT (434) 414-1121
Junior, Biology major
Clubs & Orgs: President of Women in STEM club, Beta Beta Beta Biology Honors Society, Pre-Professional Health Society, Alpha Delta Pi, Cormier Honors College, LIFE STEM Program
“My favorite place on campus has always been Greenwood Library. The memories I have made there working on group projects and cramming for finals will always be some of my best ones I have made here so far!”
TEXT ME AT (434) 394-0625
Senior, Communication Studies/digital media major
Clubs & Orgs: Longwood Ambassador, Pin Requirement Chair, Peer Mentor, OOS student from Charlotte, N.C.
“Some of my favorite Longwood memories are from our secret societies, especially Chi walks and burnings. Watching my friends and others on campus get recognized for all of their hard work is amazing! Longwood really is like one big family. I have made countless friends that I have carried with me all four years.”
TEXT ME AT (434) 414-1340
Junior, Elementary Education major
Clubs & Orgs: Cormier Honors College, Longwood Ambassador - Membership Chair, Mortar Board - Student Entertainment Coordinator, Lady Joans, Cormier Honors College Mentor, Student Philanthropy Council
“At Longwood, you’ll meet amazing professors and amazing people who will become lifelong friends. Longwood is really a hidden gem in Virginia!”
TEXT ME AT (434) 394-0557
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Did you know?
Longwood's police department is ranked among the best in the country by Security Magazine. Learn more about campus safety and security.
Living on campus—it’s one of the most exciting parts of college life. Longwood’s traditional residence halls and university-managed apartments offer all the top amenities with the convenience of being just steps away from classes, activities and campus dining locations.
Did you know?
Longwood's internationally accredited Counseling and Psychological Services Center offers confidential mental health services to currently enrolled students at no additional charge.
Ready to run, work out, shoot some hoops or take in a group exercise class? You’ll find all that and more in the Health and Fitness Center, a 75,000-square-foot complex dedicated to students’ physical and mental health.
Did you know?
Longwood has nine social fraternities and 13 sororities. In fact, four national sororities were founded at Longwood between 1897 - 1901! Learn more about Greek life.
If you’re ready to discover a new skill or build on your current passion we’ve got you covered. With 175+ clubs and organizations—things like ultimate frisbee, fishing, medieval theatre, and even legos—there’s something for everyone. Check out all your options each fall and spring at the Involvement Fair!
At the center of your experience are annual events that include live music, a ceremony featuring elaborately decorated mortarboards, and a “war” involving red and green paint. Excited to learn more?
Did you know?
Longwood has a growing group of immersive, citizenship-focused courses at sites around the United States. Explore our Brock Experiences.
Undecided on a major?
No problem, we can help! Explore our programs.
Learning at Longwood begins with Civitae, focused core classes designed to develop effective communication, fundamental knowledge and informed citizenship. Throughout their academic journey, students benefit from small classes, hands-on learning and faculty who challenge and nurture.
Grab your Longwood scarf and get ready to cheer on Longwood’s 14 Division I teams! Intramural and club teams in nearly every sport are open for more casual athletes—just find your sport and join the team.
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