Longwood’s communication sciences and disorders graduate program recently received reaccreditation through the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA)—with evaluators describing Longwood’s program as “top-notch.”
Longwood University is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2023 John Dos Passos Prize, the oldest literary award given by a Virginia college or university, which honors one of America’s most talented but underappreciated writers.
The legacy of Longwood Center for the Visual Arts board member and legendary Richmond art collector Keith Kissee, who died a year ago this month, is secure at the university’s acclaimed museum that he loved so well, on downtown Farmville’s Main Street.
For the eighth straight year, Longwood University is a top-ten regional public university in the South, according to the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings out today.
Kristine Bender Connolly ’09 joined the staff of the Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
Imprint of Penguin Random House publishes alumna’s debut novel
As President W. Taylor Reveley IV welcomed the Class of 2024, faculty and distinguished guests at the inaugural Convocation ceremony in the brand new on Thursday he couldn’t help but acknowledge the magnificent venue and its capacity for noise.
Longwood’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) was reaffirmed recently as fully accredited by the International Accreditation of Counseling Services (IACS), the premier leader in setting the benchmark for the full range of professional counseling services on college and university campuses worldwide.
Two new concentrations—in engineering physics and art studio—are available to Longwood students this fall, providing more flexibility for physics and art students preparing for future careers.
Virginia State Literacy Association president won her first election at Longwood