The dinner table becomes a common study area when parents and their kids both have Longwood papers due the next day.
On October 29, the Lancers' home field hockey turf was named Elizabeth Burger Jackson Field in honor of Dr. Elizabeth Burger Jackson, who blazed a trail for Longwood's female student-athletes during her standout field hockey career from 1930-32.
On Wednesday, Nov. 9, William Shular and Sgt. Walter Whitt were awarded the Medal of Valor, the Longwood Police Department’s top honor for their selfless display of courage.
For the eighth straight year, Longwood’s police department has been named one of the top university security operations in the country.
Millions of Americans will go to the polls today to vote for president, but on our ballot, Lancers are always the clear winner. Vote below for your favorite tradition that makes Longwood great!
With spacious lounge areas, handsome fireplaces and great views of the heart of central campus, the rooms in newly opened Register and Sharp residence halls are classic Longwood.
Every Tuesday morning at 9 a.m., unusually chipper students at Prince Edward County High School gather in a science classroom—but it’s not their usual teacher at the front of the room. Instead, they are greeted by two college professors.
When Longwood University’s new admissions building is built, a group of archaeology students will know the site’s history better than anyone.
Longwood University Theatre’s production of The Cover of Life by R.T. Robinson will be presented Nov. 9-13 in the Mainstage Auditorium of the Center for Communication Studies and Theatre.
Thanks to increasing graduation and retention rates, as well as a demonstrated commitment to keeping costs in check, Longwood for the second straight year is ranked among the top ten regional public universities in the South.