Enrollment in Longwood’s MBA programs has nearly doubled since it transitioned to an online format six years ago.
It was a warm late summer Monday evening with thunderstorms rolling in. Sgt. Walter Whitt and Ofﬁcer Billy Shular were checking on several alarms.
Bucking a national trend for public institutions, gifts to the Longwood annual fund were higher in 2016 than in the previous eight years.
When Amber Litchford ’17 ﬁrst saw the introductory video played at Moton Museum during tours, she felt transported back to 1951.
Each fall brings not only a crop of new students to campus but also a new group of tenure-track faculty excited about helping those students learn and grow.
If you Love Your Longwood, save the date of Feb. 21, 2017 .
Greenwood Library’s new dean, Brent Roberts, traded the Big Sky Country for Southside Virginia as a result of a visit.
Longwood for the second straight year is ranked among the top 10 regional public universities in the South.
Growing up in Crewe, Cody Nathaniel Leonard ’17 didn’t have far to go when he left to study music at Longwood.
Reveley previously was managing director of the University of Virginia’s Miller Center, a nonpartisan institute devoted to the study of the presidency.