Longwood’s Accelerated Decision program—offering rising seniors the chance to apply to Longwood and get a same-day decision—is in full swing for fall 2021 enrollment.
Longwood’s 152-page plan for re-opening this fall has been certified as complete by the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia, an important step forward in welcoming back students for the start of classes on Aug. 24.
Russ Carmichael is leading the effort to arrange classrooms so that every student and faculty member in class is socially distanced while inside.
Longwood is proud to recognize more than 1,000 students named to the Dean’s List and President’s List for the 2020 spring semester.
While things will look and feel somewhat different with new health and safety procedures in place due to Covid-19, the more than 900 members of the incoming Class of 2024 are eagerly anticipating the start of their college experience.
In our community here and across the nation, there is a moment of reckoning and commitment that the names of our buildings fully reflect the values of our institution, and of the people who live, learn and work in them every day.
Five graduating seniors will share Longwood’s top academic award, the Sallie Barksdale Hargrett Prize for Academic Excellence, traditionally given out at Commencement.
The Moton Museum recently received a grant from the National Endowment for Humanities that will support the development of an online exhibition to aid in telling the story of how Prince Edward County was the birthplace of America’s student-led civil rights movement.
Keeping up with online schoolwork is going to be a lot easier this summer and from now on for the children in several families thanks to the efforts of four Longwood University alumni who graduated together in 2016.
We sat down with Cainan Townsend ’15, M.S. ’20 to talk about how he teaches Juneteenth and its importance in American history classrooms.