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.
Teresa Orellana ’23 had a keen interest in science and loved asking questions from an early age.
It’s a classic Hollywood story: being in the right place at the right time. Twice now, it’s worked for Binta Barry ’16.
Kylie Gannon ‘23 and Leah Richardson ‘23 are working with Dr. Timothy Ritzert, assistant professor of psychology, on interpreting data collected in a nationwide survey of college students.
The incoming freshman class paints an impressive picture academically, with 61 percent having a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
Longwood is proud to recognize more than 1,000 students named to the Dean’s List and President’s List for the 2022 spring semester.
This June, Cameron Patterson ’10, M.S. '17 will transition to Interim Vice President for Student Affairs, taking the helm from Dr. Tim Pierson, who has led the office for 22 years and is entering semi-retirement.
The university foundations supporting Longwood have taken actions providing more than $1 million in new scholarship and financial aid funding, for in-state undergraduate students fully offsetting the $240 tuition change for the 2022-23 academic year regarding cost of attendance.
Being a great photographer and running a business are two distinct skill sets. That’s where Longwood’s Work Shadow Program came into the picture for Connor Thompson ’23.
In a triumphant return to full Commencement crowds, thousands gathered under the sizzling early summer sun this weekend to celebrate the Longwood University Class of 2022.