The Piedmont Crisis Center will be in The Student Health and Wellness Center for walk-in appointments.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Health & Fitness Center
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
5:00PM
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Digital Den (East Ruffner)
Info on Teacher Preparation Program for Transfer Students
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Hull 132 Auditorium
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
Classes will be held - University offices will be open
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
4:03PM
Clubs & Organizations Mandatory Meeting
Event Time
9:00PM
Location
TBD
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
4:03PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Join our IFC fraternities as they welcome new members!
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Lankford Mall, Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
PK-12 & Secondary 6-12 Education Majors
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Hull 132 Auditorium
Elementary & Middle Education Majors
Event Time
4:30PM
Location
Hull 132 Auditorium
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Clubs & Organizations Mandatory Meeting
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
TBD
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Come out and meet the women of Longwood's CPC sororities.
Event Time
2:00PM
Location
Stubbs Residence Hall
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
This process is for freshman and upperclassmen students wishing to request a room change into Sharp Hall. You will be able to do so during the allotted time frame through the student housing gateway: https://rms.longwood.edu. Please know the RCL office will honor as many room change requests as space permits.
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
https://rms.longwood.edu
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
This process is for freshman and upperclassmen students wishing to request a room change into Sharp Hall. You will be able to do so during the allotted time frame through the student housing gateway: https://rms.longwood.edu. Please know the RCL office will honor as many room change requests as space permits.
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
https://rms.longwood.edu
Join us September 20 for a tap takeover at the Greenhouse Bistro to unveil a beer brewed just for Longwood and the VP Debate in conjunction with Brothers Craft Brewing.
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
2070 Chain Bridge Rd Tysons Corner, VA 22182
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
This process is for freshman and upperclassmen students wishing to request a room change into Sharp Hall. You will be able to do so during the allotted time frame through the student housing gateway: https://rms.longwood.edu. Please know the RCL office will honor as many room change requests as space permits.
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
https://rms.longwood.edu
Event Time
1:00PM
Location
Nance Room
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
This process is for freshman and upperclassmen students wishing to request a room change into Sharp Hall. You will be able to do so during the allotted time frame through the student housing gateway: https://rms.longwood.edu. Please know the RCL office will honor as many room change requests as space permits.
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
https://rms.longwood.edu
Introductory workshop exploring Top Hat, Longwood University's new interactive learning platform.
Event Time
10:00AM
Location
Digital Den (Ruffner 146)
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
A panel of Longwood alumni, current middle school and high school social studies teachers from around the commonwealth will open a discussion on getting students engaged in their communities and in the political process.
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Hull Auditorium (132)
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
This process is for freshman and upperclassmen students wishing to request a room change into Sharp Hall. You will be able to do so during the allotted time frame through the student housing gateway: https://rms.longwood.edu. Please know the RCL office will honor as many room change requests as space permits.
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
https://rms.longwood.edu
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
3:10PM
Location
Stubbs Residence Hall, Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Debate Week - University offices will be open for faculty, staff and students, but no classes will be held. Students may have participation assignments.
Event Time
8:00AM
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Debate Week - University offices will be open for faculty, staff and students, but no classes will be held. Students may have participation assignments.
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
University offices closed. Debate Week continues. No classes will be held. Students may have participation assignments.
Event Time
9:07PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
University offices closed. Debate Week continues. No classes will be held. Students may have participation assignments.
Event Time
9:07PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Debate Week - University offices will be open for faculty, staff and students, but no classes will be held. Students may have participation assignments.
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
5:00PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
10:00AM
Location
Longwood University, 201 High St, Farmville, VA 23909, USA
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
12:00PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Come learn about Longwood's Top 100 online MBA program.
Event Time
5:30PM
Location
Hiner 207
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
All undergraduate incompletes due for Spring and Summer 2016
Event Time
5:00PM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Debate Watch Party in Blackwell Hall. Snacks at 8pm; verbal fireworks at 9pm!
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Blackwell Hall
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
Dan Kahan is the Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Law and Professor of Psychology at Yale Law School. In addition to risk perception, his areas of research include criminal law and evidence.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Jarman Auditorium
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Let us know what your plans are for the Spring 2017 semester!! Have a room you want to move to? Graduating in December? This process is for you!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Let us know what your plans are for the Spring 2017 semester!! Have a room you want to move to? Graduating in December? This process is for you!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
A reception for faculty and students to mark our progress in the current semester and to start thinking ahead to the next, including games and promotions for special classes on the Spring schedule.
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Foyer of Blackwell Hall (behind Ruffner)
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Let us know what your plans are for the Spring 2017 semester!! Have a room you want to move to? Graduating in December? This process is for you!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Center for Academic Success Workshop Series - Fall 2016
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Greenwood Library 209AB
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Let us know what your plans are for the Spring 2017 semester!! Have a room you want to move to? Graduating in December? This process is for you!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Alumni of the Pre-Law program return to give career advice to up-and-coming majors who are interested in the legal professions. Open to all, because the stories and counsel have a bearing on all that can happen post-undergraduate, not just law school.
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Hull Auditorium
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
Center for Academic Success Workshop Series - Fall 2016
Event Time
4:30PM
Location
Greenwood Library 209AB
Dr. Diane Lim, Vice President of Economic Research, Committee for Economic Development comes to Longwood to talk economics and politics before election day.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Blackwell Ballroom, Maugans Alumni Center, Longwood University
Fall 2016 Student Teaching 1st Placement
Event Time
8:00AM
Let us know what your plans are for the Spring 2017 semester!! Have a room you want to move to? Graduating in December? This process is for you!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Share advice with current students!
Event Time
12:30PM
Our free, online event will match students with alumni in quick and easy one-on-one chats, from any device.
Event Time
4:30PM
Location
Digital Networking Event
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Longwood Students and Alumni – This one's for you! We've worked alongside J.T O'Donnell and her team to create a set of webinars for our Lancers out in the working world. Whether you're seeking change, employment, or some direction, we're here to help.
Event Time
12:30PM
Location
https://www.workitdaily.com/longwood-university-webinars/
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Annual Youth Art Month Highlights Exhibition Opening Reception will be Sunday, November 6, 2016 from 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. in the Orr Auditorium, Room 132 Hull Education building on Longwood University's campus. For this exhibition, the LCVA selects one piece from each school that participates, for the Youth Art Month Highlights Exhibition that begins the following fall. The select artwork will be on display in Longwood University's Hull Education Building for one year.
Event Time
2:32PM
Location
Orr Auditorium, Room 132 Hull Education Building
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Enjoy a fun painting class and wine with fellow Longwood alumni.
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
2707 W Broad St, Richmond, VA 23220
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Center for Academic Success Workshop Series - Fall 2016
Event Time
6:00AM
Location
Greenwood 209AB
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
The Housing and Rental Fair is to be used for gathering information regarding housing options on and off campus. For questions please contact Residential and Commuter Life at 434.395.2080.
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Student Union Ballroom
Join the Greeks as they dance the night away lip singing to some your favorite songs!
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Jarman Auditorium
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
Clubs and Organizations Dinner
Event Time
5:15PM
Location
Dorrill Lee Grand
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
You're A Good Man Charlie Brown Reading Workshop from 1-3:30pm on 11/11/16 in CSTAC Makeup Room. This is an opportunity for students to look at the scripts and ask questions before auditions.
Event Time
1:00PM
Location
CSTAC Makeup Room
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia, USA
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia, USA
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
We're making it easy for you to return to campus for Longwood's season tip-off against Maine!
Event Time
11:00AM
Location
Longwood University
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia, USA
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Shopping Trip to the Williamsburg Premium Outlets Do you love to shop? Then we have the trip for you!
Event Time
12:18PM
Auditions for "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" will take place over two days, November 14 & 15, with tentative Callbacks for November 16. Actors will need to be there for both Music Auditions on the 14th and Script Reading Auditions on the 15th. Actors please bring a resume to auditions. No headshot is needed. Music Auditions are on November 14 beginning at 5:30. A sign-up sheet for 5 minute time slots is on the callboard in CSTAC, in the hall across from the elevator. There is also a group portion of the music auditions that night. Tech Crew sign-ups will take place on November 14th from 5:30-10pm in the CSTAC Lobby. For Tech sign-ups, please bring a resume and cover letter specifying what position you are applying for and why. Anyone who is interested in working backstage on a show can come and sign up.
Event Time
5:30PM
Location
CSTAC Lobby & Main Stage Theatre
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Shopping Trip to the Williamsburg Premium Outlets Do you love to shop? Then we have the trip for you!
Event Time
12:18PM
The annual International Dinner and Iron Chef Competition is scheduled for Tuesday, November 15 at 5:30 PM in the Nance Room. The Longwood community is invited to savor delicious international food and enjoy an evening with French, German and Spanish students as they compete for the coveted Iron Chef Trophy. Tickets are $16 each. Please contact Annette R. Waggoner waggonerar@longwood.edu x2665 to reserve your seat. Proceeds from the silent auction go to Doctors Without Borders.
Event Time
5:30PM
Location
Nance Room, Dorrill Dining Hall, Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia
Auditions for "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" will take place over two days, November 14 & 15, with tentative Callbacks for November 16. Actors will need to be there for both Music Auditions on the 14th and Script Reading Auditions on the 15th. Actors please bring a resume to auditions. No headshot is needed. Script Reading Auditions on the 15th begin promptly at 5:30pm in the CSTAC Main Stage Theatre.
Event Time
5:30PM
Join other faculty, staff and students for Longwood's annual after dark, campus safety tour. Participants are eligible to win some nice door prizes. Contact Residential and Commuter Life, 434.395.2080, Doug Howell (howellde@longwood.edu)
Event Time
7:00PM
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Shopping Trip to the Williamsburg Premium Outlets Do you love to shop? Then we have the trip for you!
Event Time
12:18PM
Center for Academic Success - Fall 2016
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Greenwood 209AB
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Shopping Trip to the Williamsburg Premium Outlets Do you love to shop? Then we have the trip for you!
Event Time
12:18PM
Catch Major Jason Dempsey '05 show off his flying robots - the future of Marine warfighting technology.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Jarman Auditorium
Interest meeting for the Study Abroad program in Valencia, Spain
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Ruffner 256
An afternoon with Longwood Alumni discussing their careers in Political Party and Campaign Work, Lobbying, and Public Policy Making.
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Hull Auditorium
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Shopping Trip to the Williamsburg Premium Outlets Do you love to shop? Then we have the trip for you!
Event Time
12:18PM
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
The College of Business and Economics Dean's Student Advisory Board is now accepting applications for new members.
Event Time
12:00AM
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
2016 Thanksgiving Break: Tuesday, November 22; Halls Close at 6pm and Sunday, November 27 Halls Re-Open at 12noon! • University-managed residential facilities are considered “closed” from 6pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22 until 12noon on Sunday, Nov. 27. Make your travel plans accordingly. (University offices will be closed Nov. 23-25.) • Longwood managed residents, that need to remain during any portion of the Thanksgiving break period, must communicate intentions. • Pre-deadline (before 3pm on Tuesday, Nov. 22) registration will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will meet communication requirements with Campus Police and other campus departments. Please use the student housing gateway (http://rms.longwood.edu/) to submit your Thanksgiving Break Registration to Stay!
Event Time
8:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
A.C.T. provides a space for students with various disabilities to come together and discuss successes and challenges on and off campus.
Event Time
3:30PM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
This checklist is to be used by those residents (main campus and apartments) who will not remain on campus during the Thanksgiving Break.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00AM
Resident Assistants (RA) are responsible for building positive, safe, and inclusive communities through educational and social programming. They serve as a resource and referral to University services. RAs are positive role models that enforce University and Residential & Commuter Life (RCL) policies.
Event Time
9:00AM
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
Join us for the annual Longwood holiday tradition as President Reveley lights the tree in the Rotunda.
Event Time
5:15PM
Location
Rotunda
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
All Graduate incompletes due for Spring and Summer 2016
Event Time
8:00AM
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
Event Time
8:00AM
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
A delicious breakfast, music and dancing What will the theme be for the faculty and staff volunteers? Come on out and see!
Event Time
10:00PM
Location
Dorrill Dining Hall
Event Time
8:00AM
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
Event Time
8:00AM
Share your ideas for Continuing and Professional Studies! Vote for your favorite programs and enjoy cider and cookies. Rediscover the fun in learning while supporting local businesses, welcoming the community to Longwood's campus, and participating in new programs.
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
The Tea Room (Dorrill 128)
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
It's time for Study Paws! Faculty and Staff will have their pups out on Lancaster Mall for students to come by for a study break.
Event Time
1:00PM
Location
Beale Plaza
With evening exams starting at 5:30 p.m.
Event Time
9:03PM
Event Time
8:00AM
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
Share your ideas for Continuing and Professional Studies! Vote for your favorite programs and enjoy cider and cookies. Rediscover the fun in learning while supporting local businesses, welcoming the community to Longwood's campus, and participating in new programs.
Event Time
1:30PM
Location
The Tea Room (Dorrill 128)
Event Time
8:00AM
Longwood students can unwind and have some fun before exams when they check out Fort Finals, a biannual event sponsored by Greenwood Library. This year's Fort Finals features events ranging from photo ops with library Superheroes, Longwood's Lancer Pants and Elwood to button-making. For those in need of some pre-exam relaxation, aqua massages and yoga will be offered. Events kick off with Rebecca Sturgill, director of the Center for Academic Success, discussing study tips and exam prep.
Event Time
12:21PM
Location
Greenwood Library
Event Time
2:00PM
Location
All sessions will be at Longwood University's Speech, Hearing, and Learning Services (315 W. 3rd Street, Room 112).
Event Time
8:30AM
Get ready for Longwood's match up at George Mason at our pregame party!
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
The Greene Turtle 3950 University Dr #209, Fairfax, VA 22030
Get discounted tickets and set with fellow Lancers as Longwood takes on in-state rival George Mason.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
EagleBank Arena 4500 Patriot Cir, Fairfax, VA 22030
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
The university will be closed for Winter Break.
Event Time
1:00AM
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
No classes - University closed
Event Time
7:54PM
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Event Time
9:30AM
Location
Martinelli Boardroom, Maugans Alumni Center, Longwood University
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Amelia Room in the Lankford Student Union
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Amelia Room in the Lankford Student Union
Event Time
8:00AM
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Amelia Room in the Lankford Student Union
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Longwood Students and Alumni – This one's for you! We've worked alongside J.T O'Donnell and her team to create a set of webinars for our Lancers out in the working world. Whether you're seeking change, employment, or some direction, we're here to help.
Event Time
12:30PM
Location
https://www.workitdaily.com/longwood-university-webinars/
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
MLK Service Challenge helps Longwood see this holiday as a "day on" and not a day off. We want to challenge faculty, staff and students to CELEBRATE this remembering Dr. King's words and giving back to their community.
Event Time
8:00AM
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Lee Grand Dining Room
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Join us January 25th from 10am-3pm!
Event Time
10:00AM
Event Time
5:00PM
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Jarman Auditorium
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
2017 MLK Bus Trip to Washington, DC to the Museum of African American History and Culture
Event Time
6:30AM
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Each Student Organization must send at least one person to at least one Mandatory Meeting.
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Hiner 207
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Cox Residence Hall
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Each Student Organization must send at least one person to at least one Mandatory Meeting.
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Event Time
9:00AM
Location
Nance Room, Dorrill Dining Hall, Longwood University
Longwood Students and Alumni – This one's for you! We've worked alongside J.T O'Donnell and her team to create a set of webinars for our Lancers out in the working world. Whether you're seeking change, employment, or some direction, we're here to help.
Event Time
12:30PM
Location
https://www.workitdaily.com/longwood-university-webinars/
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Roland Karnatz and the quux collective present a concert of contemporary music.
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Molnar Recital Hall of Wygal Music Building
Event Time
6:30PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Each Student Organization must send at least one person to at least one Mandatory Meeting.
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Each Student Organization must send at least one person to at least one Mandatory Meeting.
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Tori Murden McClure, the author of A Pearl in the Storm and President of Spalding University, will talk February 9th, 2017 at 7 pm in Blackwell Hall
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Blackwell Hall
Don't forget to fill out your Peer Mentor Application!
Event Time
12:00AM
Location
Lancaster G-28
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Interested in Acting in a show? Auditions and Tech sign-ups for Zero to 60 are Sunday February 12th from 3-6pm in CSTAC Fitzhugh Samuel Lab Theatre.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
CSTAC Fitzhugh Samuel Lab Theatre
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Hiner G16
Longwood students will have an opportunity to “fall in love” with a great job or internship on Valentine's Day.
Event Time
1:00PM
Location
Blackwell Ballroom
Join Chief Bob Beach for a chat and free coffee.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Java City, Greenwood Library
February 17 is our first ever Night Out with Longwood at Steam Bell Beer Works in Midlothian. Take a load off on Friday night, and have fun with fellow Longwood alumni.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Steam Bell Beer Works, 1717 Oak Lake Blvd, Midlothian, VA 23112, United States
The Social Justice in Action Leadership Summit (SJALS) is a symposium that provides participants with the opportunity to increase their awareness and understanding of social justice issues and empower them to become agents of change through civic engagement.
Event Time
9:00AM
Location
Maugans Blackwell Ballroom
The 18th Annual Civil War Seminar, sponsored by the Dept. of History, Political Science, and Philosophy, and by the Appomattox Court House National Park, will be held 18 February in Jarman Auditorium.
Event Time
4:08PM
Location
Jarman Auditorium
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Wygal Auditorium, Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia
Join in the fun February 21, 2017, for our online day of giving. There's a chance to win exciting prizes and get some Longwood swag!
Event Time
3:57PM
Charles Schulz's beloved comic comes to life in Clark Gesner's classic musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Longwood Music students present solo pieces by African-American composers in recognition of Black History Month. Wygal Recital Hall, free and open to the public.
Event Time
2:30PM
Location
Molnar Recital Hall in Wygal Music Building.
Event Time
3:40PM
Location
Hiner 101
Charles Schulz's beloved comic comes to life in Clark Gesner's classic musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Dr. Lisa Kinzer, Professor of Music, presents a program of duo-piano music with guest Dr. James Kidd, Professor emeritus of Hampden-Sydney College. The concert will feature the music of Mozart and Brahms. 7:30 pm, Molnar Recital Hall in Wygal Music Building, free admission.
Event Time
7:30PM
Location
Molnar Recital Hall in Wygal Music Building
Crash on Campus is an annual event where historically underrepresented students who have been accepted for admission to Longwood University have the opportunity to experience "a day in the life" of a Lancer.
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Longwood University Campus
Event Time
5:00PM
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
The Kings Beer Hall, NY, 11217
Charles Schulz's beloved comic comes to life in Clark Gesner's classic musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Event Time
7:30PM
Location
Wygal Auditorium
Live Jazz in a club atmosphere at the Moton Museum featuring the Southside Jazz Quartet. Professors Charles Kinzer and Lisa Edwards-Burrs collaborate with special guests on a program of music in recognition of Black History Month. Moton Museum, 7:30 pm. Free admission.
Event Time
7:30PM
Location
Robert Russa Moton Museum
Charles Schulz's beloved comic comes to life in Clark Gesner's classic musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Charles Schulz's beloved comic comes to life in Clark Gesner's classic musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Charles Schulz's beloved comic comes to life in Clark Gesner's classic musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Charles Schulz's beloved comic comes to life in Clark Gesner's classic musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Event Time
12:00PM
Longwood University's Chamber Music Series presents Caladh Nua, a 5-piece band from Southern Ireland, perfoming traditional and contemporary Irish music. 7:30 pm, Jarman Auditorium, free admission.
Event Time
7:30PM
Location
Jarman Auditorium
Event Time
5:30PM
Location
Hiner 109
Event Time
2:30PM
Location
Blackwell Ballroom and Hiner
Halls will be closing for the duration of Spring Break beginning at 6PM on Friday, March 3rd and reopening Sunday, March 12th at 12Noon. If you wish to stay in your campus housing at any time during this period please read through the following information.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Longwood University Residence Halls
Halls will be closing for the duration of Spring Break beginning at 6PM on Friday, March 3rd and reopening Sunday, March 12th at 12Noon. If you wish to stay in your campus housing at any time during this period please read through the following information.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Longwood University Residence Halls
Halls will be closing for the duration of Spring Break beginning at 6PM on Friday, March 3rd and reopening Sunday, March 12th at 12Noon. If you wish to stay in your campus housing at any time during this period please read through the following information.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Longwood University Residence Halls
Halls will be closing for the duration of Spring Break beginning at 6PM on Friday, March 3rd and reopening Sunday, March 12th at 12Noon. If you wish to stay in your campus housing at any time during this period please read through the following information.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Longwood University Residence Halls
Event Time
8:02PM
Event Time
8:03PM
Halls will be closing for the duration of Spring Break beginning at 6PM on Friday, March 3rd and reopening Sunday, March 12th at 12Noon. If you wish to stay in your campus housing at any time during this period please read through the following information.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Longwood University Residence Halls
Event Time
8:02PM
Halls will be closing for the duration of Spring Break beginning at 6PM on Friday, March 3rd and reopening Sunday, March 12th at 12Noon. If you wish to stay in your campus housing at any time during this period please read through the following information.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Longwood University Residence Halls
Event Time
8:02PM
Halls will be closing for the duration of Spring Break beginning at 6PM on Friday, March 3rd and reopening Sunday, March 12th at 12Noon. If you wish to stay in your campus housing at any time during this period please read through the following information.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Longwood University Residence Halls
Event Time
8:02PM
Interested in working in Education? Join us for our Education Recruitment Day where over 60 school systems will be recruiting new teachers and guidance counselors!
Event Time
10:00AM
Location
Dorrill Dining Hall - Lee Grand Dining Room
Halls will be closing for the duration of Spring Break beginning at 6PM on Friday, March 3rd and reopening Sunday, March 12th at 12Noon. If you wish to stay in your campus housing at any time during this period please read through the following information.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Longwood University Residence Halls
The Dean's Student Advisory Board for the College of Business and Economics is seeking new members! Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. on March 10, 2017 to Hiner 203.
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Hiner 203
Event Time
8:02PM
Halls will be closing for the duration of Spring Break beginning at 6PM on Friday, March 3rd and reopening Sunday, March 12th at 12Noon. If you wish to stay in your campus housing at any time during this period please read through the following information.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Longwood University Residence Halls
Event Time
8:00AM
All undergraduate incompletes due for Fall 2016
Event Time
5:00PM
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Wheeler Residence Hall
Event Time
10:00AM
Location
Blackwell Ballroom, Maugans Alumni Center
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Hiner G20
Event Time
7:30PM
Location
Wygal Auditorium
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Affiliate and Exchang, summer or fall programs pre-departure workshop
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Stevens 118
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
The Diamond, 3001 N Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23230
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Faculty-led, summer, programs pre-departure workshop
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Stevens 118
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Faculty-led, summer, programs pre-departure workshop
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Stevens 118
The 11th Annual Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
FITZHUGH SAMUEL LAB Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Join a discussion on the memoir of Longwood English professor, Steven Faulkner.
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Wygal Auditorium, Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
The 11th Annual Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
FITZHUGH SAMUEL LAB Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
The 11th Annual Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
FITZHUGH SAMUEL LAB Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
The 11th Annual Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
FITZHUGH SAMUEL LAB Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
The 11th Annual Ten-Minute Playwriting Festival
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
FITZHUGH SAMUEL LAB Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Dressing Room, Jarman Hall
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Hiner G20
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Virginia Beach Sportsplex, 2044 Landstown Centre Way, Virginia Beach, VA
Come hear Longwood English professor, Craig Challender discuss his latest poetry collection.
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Wygal Auditorium, Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia
Event Time
12:00PM
Location
Martinelli Board Room, Maugans Alumni Center, Longwood University
Event Time
5:15PM
Location
Blackwell Ballroom, Maugans Alumni Center, Longwood University
Spring Weekend
Event Time
4:00PM
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Stubbs Lawn
Spring Weekend
Event Time
4:00PM
Event Time
5:00PM
Location
Stubbs Lawn
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Arc Residence Hall
In this hilarious play by famed humorist, Alan Ayckbourn, Annie has arranged to spend an illicit weekend with her sister Ruth's husband Norman.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Business leaders come to campus during the fall and spring semesters to conduct mock interviews with students in MANG 391: Professional Skills Development.
Event Time
3:30PM
Location
Hiner Hall
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Blackwell Ballroom, Maugans Alumni Center, Longwood University
In this hilarious play by famed humorist, Alan Ayckbourn, Annie has arranged to spend an illicit weekend with her sister Ruth's husband Norman.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
In this hilarious play by famed humorist, Alan Ayckbourn, Annie has arranged to spend an illicit weekend with her sister Ruth's husband Norman.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
In this hilarious play by famed humorist, Alan Ayckbourn, Annie has arranged to spend an illicit weekend with her sister Ruth's husband Norman.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
In this hilarious play by famed humorist, Alan Ayckbourn, Annie has arranged to spend an illicit weekend with her sister Ruth's husband Norman.
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
In this hilarious play by famed humorist, Alan Ayckbourn, Annie has arranged to spend an illicit weekend with her sister Ruth's husband Norman.
Event Time
3:00PM
Location
Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies and Theatre
Event Time
4:00PM
Location
Hiner G20
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Wheeler Residence Hall
Event Time
7:00PM
Location
Blackwell Ballroom
Event Time
6:00PM
Location
Stubbs Residence Hall
Campus-wide Research & Assessment/Showcase Day
Event Time
8:07PM
Event Time
8:00PM
Location
Lankford Ballroom
All Graduate incompletes due for Fall 2016
Event Time
8:08PM
With evening exams starting at 5:30 p.m.
Event Time
8:09PM
Event Time
8:10PM
Event Time
8:10PM
Event Time
8:12PM
Event Time
8:10PM
Event Time
8:10PM
Event Time
8:30AM
Event Time
8:15PM
Event Time
12:30PM
Location
Longwood University
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
Longwood University
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
Longwood University
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
Longwood University
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
Longwood University
Event Time
8:00AM
Location
Longwood University
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