Taylor Reveley III and Taylor Reveley IV share not just a name, but a distinction unique in the history of American higher education.
Longwood is proud to recognize more than 1,000 students named to the Dean’s List and President’s List for the 2018 spring semester.
Longwood University has received a $15,000 grant to host the NEA Big Read in Farmville and Prince Edward County.
A snapshot of where things stand three years on since Longwood revealed the 10-year Master Plan for campus.
Longwood University’s Board of Visitors has approved tuition and fee increases for the 2018-19 academic year of 4.9 percent, including a new financial incentive that will reward students for taking a full course load.
As rainclouds held off for much of Saturday’s commencement ceremony before releasing a downpour amid cheers from the nearly 1,000 students in attendance, Gov. Ralph S. Northam told Longwood University graduates on Saturday that their preparation as citizen leaders has set them on a course for a life of purpose and progress.
Beginning next semester, a Longwood student who needs help organizing a big paper, needs to meet with an academic coach, and needs to add a class will no longer have to visit multiple buildings on opposite ends of campus.
Everywhere you looked last weekend—from the rooftop bar at the newly reopened Weyanoke Hotel to the outdoor tables at Uptown Coffee Café on Main Street to the celebration at Stubbs Mall on campus—Longwood alumni beamed from behind their shades at the university’s second Mega Reunion.
Senior Week. It’s that once-in-a-lifetime, unforgettable interlude between the end of the senior spring semester’s academic work and Commencement.
The Longwood University Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders has been awarded a five-year U.S. Department of Education grant to focus on training speech-language pathology graduate students.