Residence Halls & Apartment Communities

Arc Hall

Arc Hall

Total Occupancy: 199
Students per Room:
Air Conditioning: Yes
Lounges: 2 per floor
Bathrooms: Suite style
Elevator: Yes

REC: Megan Carney
Front Desk: (434) 395-2236

Named for Joan of Arc, this all-women's residence was built in 1992 and houses nearly 200.

Cox Hall

Cox Hall Interior Shot

Total Occupancy: 188
Students per Room: 2
Air Conditioning: Yes
Lounges: 1 every other floor
Bathrooms: Suite style
Elevator: Yes

REC: India White
Front Desk: (434) 395-2515

Cox Hall was originally built in 1962, and newly renovated in 2008. Cox also provides a home for the Glass Lounge as well as the Alpha Sigma Phi chapter room.

Curry Hall

Curry Hall

Total Occupancy: 393
Students per Room: 2
Air Conditioning: Yes
Bathrooms: Suite style
Elevator: Yes

REC: Jarell Miller
Front Desk: (434) 395-2511

Curry Hall is one of our two high-rise residence halls. It features the Coffeehouse, the NP Miller Room, a meeting room ("The Spice Rack"), the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity chapter room, the Programming Center, and a shared common room with Frazer Hall ("Curry Commons").

Frazer Hall

Frazer

Total Occupancy: 405
Students per Room: 2
Air Conditioning: Yes
Bathrooms: Suite style
Elevator: Yes

REC: Jesse Schrader
Front Desk: (434) 395-2513

Frazer Hall is another high-rise residence hall. Frazer also features chapter rooms for several Greek organizations. Frazer shares a large common room with Curry Hall ("Curry Commons").

Register Hall

Sharp Register Halls Drawings

Total Occupancy: 112
Room Occupancy: 2
Lounges: 1 per floor
Air Conditioning: Yes
Elevator(s): Yes
Bathrooms: Suite Style
Other: Window Size May Vary

REC: Megan Carney
Front Desk: (434) 395-2236

Register Hall will provide housing to both first-year students and upperclassmen students. Register hall accommodates two students per room, four to a suite, and a community lounge is located on each floor. It is staffed with one Residence Education Coordinator (REC) and four Resident Assistants (RA).

Sharp Hall

 

 

Sharp Register Halls Drawings

Total Occupancy: 112
Room Occupancy: 2
Lounges: 1 per floor
Air Conditioning: Yes
Elevator(s): Yes
Bathrooms: Suite Style
Other: Window Size May Vary

REC: Megan Carney
Front Desk: (434) 395-2236

Sharp Hall will provide housing to both first-year students and upperclassmen students. Sharp Hall accommodates two students per room, four to a suite, and a community lounge is located on each floor. This hall is a part of the Arc Quad and mirrors Register Hall. It is staffed with one Residence Education Coordinator (REC) and four Resident Assistants (RA).

South Ruffner

 

South Ruffner Hall

Total Occupancy: 62
Students per Room: 1
Air Conditioning: Yes
Lounges: 1 per floor
Bathrooms: Community
Elevator: Yes

REC: Jesse Schrader
Front Desk:
 (434) 395-2483

South Ruffner was formerly part of the Colonnades complex, the most historic portion of the campus. Built in 1900, it currently houses only single rooms.

Stubbs Hall

 

Stubbs Hall

Total Occupancy: 184
Students per Room: 2
Air Conditioning: Yes
Lounges: Yes
Bathrooms: Suite style
Elevator: Yes

REC: Megan Carney
Front Desk: (434) 395-2520

Stubbs is the second of two all-female communities. Built in 1966, Stubbs is the home for 10 national sororities founded at Longwood. Each sorority is assigned a residential space and a chapter room, sharing a large meeting room.

Wheeler Hall

 

Wheeler

Total Occupancy: 181
Students per Room: 2
Air Conditioning: Yes
Lounges: Every other floor
Bathrooms: Suite style
Elevator: Yes

REC: India White
Front Desk: (434) 395-2519

Wheeler is the home of the Cormier Honors College, featuring a floor for its freshmen and another for returning participants. The other floors are designated for returning students and new freshmen. Wheeler also houses the RCL Conference Room, a classroom with new technology, and the Alpha Phi Omega Chapter Room.

Longwood Landings

 Interior of Longwood Landings

Total Occupancy: 408
Students per Room: 1- or 4-bedroom apartments
Air Conditioning: Yes
Lounges: 1 in South East building
Bathrooms: Suite style
Elevator: Yes

REC: Mary Winn
Front Desk: (434) 395-2869

Longwood Landings is adjacent to the main campus and is comprised of four buildings. The first floor of each building features retail space for restaurants and stores. The Southeast building features a commons area with lounge and study areas.

 

Lancer Park

 

Interior of Lancer Park

Total Occupancy: 714
Students per Room: 1-, 2-, or 4-bedroom townhouses and apartments
Air Conditioning: Yes
Lounges: Community clubhouse
Bathrooms: Suite style or private
Elevator: No

REC: Brittany Mabry
Front Desk: (434) 395-2679

Located less than a mile from campus, Lancer Park houses upperclassmen in one of Longwood's apartment communities. It features the POD Market, which provides grab-and-go food and drinks, a large meeting room, gaming area, and fitness center.

A full-time police officer lives in Lancer Park, and several intramural fields are present. An entry bridge and a pedestrian bridge connect to the main campus.

Rooms numbers for the townhomes and the 2 bedrooms (pdf)

Longwood Village

 

Longwood Village

Total Occupancy: 380
Students per Room: 1 or 2 in 3-bedroom apartments
Air Conditioning: Yes
Lounges: Community clubhouse
Bathrooms: Private
Elevator: No

Area Coordinator: Jeff Hooks
Front Desk: (434) 395-2702

Longwood Village is about 2.5 miles from campus. Eight buildings feature three-bedroom apartments for 380 upperclassmen. The "A" and "B" bedrooms are single occupancy, and the "C" bedrooms are double occupancy. Longwood Village features a clubhouse with a fitness room, study room, theater, and outdoor pool.


Want to get involved? 

  • Attend the New Lancer Days activities.
  • Attend the first hall meeting.
  • Get involved with Hall Council.
  • Help the RA plan and facilitate a floor social, a community service project or other program.
  • Learn about Longwood's Student Organizations. There are more than 200! 
  • Get involved with Intramurals and Campus Recreation.
  • Read table tents in the dining hall, posters in the residence hall lobby & student union, the Rotunda (campus newspaper), tune in to WMLU 93.1 (campus radio station) and turn to the Longwood Information TV Channels to find out about campus events.

A lot of campus activities are FREE with your Lancer Card! 


Not coming back?

If you will not be returning to Longwood and will not be attending/registering for any Longwood courses, you must complete the withdrawal process.  To withdraw from the university, you must visit/contact the Registrar's Office. Completion of the withdrawal process is required.