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A state-assisted, co-educational university, Longwood offers students a choice of more than 100 undergraduate majors, minors and concentrations.
Graduate programs include business, education, English, sociology and communication sciences & disorders.
The Longwood University Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was established in 1959 to support the goals and aspirations of Longwood University. According to the June 2010 audited financial report, the assets held by the Foundation total $50.7 million. This amount includes 307 endowed funds totaling $35.9 million.
Estimated Annual Tuition, Room, Board and Fees (2013 Fall - 2014 Spring)
|Undergraduate Va. Resident||$10,108.00 per semester*|
|Undergraduate Non Va. Resident||$16,543.00 per semester*|
|Graduate Va. Resident||$417.00 per credit hour, on-campus|
|Graduate Non Va. Resident||$950.00 per credit hour, on campus|
*includes tuition and fees for 15 credit hours, room and a 14 meal/week plan.
Longwood takes a great deal of pride in its beautiful 60-acre residential campus, where 70 percent of undergraduates live in university-sponsored housing.
Many buildings on campus are done in a red-brick colonial revival style; others, such as the new Health & Fitness Center, have a more contemporary design.
201 High Street, Farmville, VA 23909
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Longwood's 4,834 students come from over 25 states and foreign countries.
Longwood's health and physical education facilities offer a wide range of activities and resources including: