Javion Peterson ’21 is getting an incredible hands-on opportunity to learn about education policy from the commonwealth’s top leaders.
Summer is an exciting time for new Lancers—a time of hope for new beginnings and anticipation of what the future holds. We asked 21 incoming freshmen to tell us what they are looking forward to most about Longwood and one interesting fact about them.
The “do your own thing” spirit is alive and well today at Longwood when it comes to student organizations.
Longwood is proud to recognize more than 1,000 students named to the Dean’s List and President’s List for the 2021 spring semester.
The following update regarding vaccine plans was sent to students on Thursday, July 15.
For the second time in three years, the Longwood Board of Visitors approved a budget with no increase in tuition rates for the upcoming academic year, keeping Longwood’s average rate change over recent years among the very lowest in Virginia.
The following email regarding vaccine plans was sent to students on Wednesday, June 9.
During their time in Alaska, students will meet with and learn from native Alaskans, park service employees, wildlife fish and game managers, jewelers and even chefs—all of whom have unique perspectives on natural resources.
When Brandon Bowen ’21 passed the gavel to Anne Patterson ’22 last month it marked a transition from one SGA president to the next during some of the most extraordinary circumstances in Longwood’s history.
A picture-perfect spring day with sunlight gleaming off Joanie on the Stony welcomed the Longwood Class of 2021 and their families to a Commencement ceremony Saturday on Wheeler Mall—yet another uplifting sign of a return to normalcy on the campus and beyond.