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Campus Master Plan

Longwood University’s current Campus Master Plan was approved by the Longwood University Board of Visitors in September 2008.  It provides a framework for campus growth through year 2020 by creating sites for new buildings while enhancing the overall quality and character of Longwood University. 

Longwood University commenced work on an updated University Master Plan in September 2014 with a planning consultant team led by Cooper, Robertson and Partners.  The primary purpose of this new Master Plan is to guide the development of Longwood’s campus to support approximately 6,000 students by the year 2025, with an extended consideration of the Longwood campus as far as the year 2039.  The new plan will retain the successful aspects of the current Master Plan while enhancing Longwood’s sense of community and livability, the beauty of the campus, and the institution’s economic, social, and environmental sustainability.  The new University Master Plan is expected to be in place by late 2015. 

Please contact Master Plan coordinator Jerry Jerome at 434.395.2883 or jeromerw@longwood.edu with any questions.

Vision 2020

For a preview of what sort of final product will be coming at the end of this new University Master Plan, please take a peek back at Longwood's previous Campus Master Plan (pdf), created by the team of Vice President for Facilities Management Richard Bratcher, Campus Master Plan Coordinator Jerry Jerome, Campus Master Plan Assistant Coordinator Kelly Martin, and Moseley Architects of Virginia Beach.

The next twelve years will be an exciting time with lots of growth and, maybe, just a little change!

Questions or comments?

Contact Jerry Jerome by phone (434.395.2883) or email (jeromerw@longwood.edu).



Master Plan Report