With the state budget not yet finalized, Longwood University’s Board of Visitors on Friday approved tuition and fees for the upcoming academic year that will extend the University’s decade-long record of keeping cost increases among the very lowest of all public universities in the Commonwealth.
On a beautiful weekend marked by sunny skies and seasonably mild temperatures, thousands of family, friends and mentors gathered to celebrate the graduates of the Longwood University Class of 2023.
Tinsae Alem ’23 is majoring in Chemistry with biology minor. Her next step pursing a Ph.D. in materials science and engineering at the University of Virginia.
Aryanna Colvin ’23 is majoring in liberal studies with a concentration in special education. Her next step will be teaching special education at Amelia County Middle School while pursuing a master’s degree in counseling education at Longwood.
Jacob Barker ’23 is majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in applied health sciences. His next step will be working as a physical therapy tech before applying to doctoral programs in physical therapy.
Madison Poe ’23 is majoring in business administration with a concentration in marketing. Her next step will be working as a brand analyst at Altria Group.
Alumna and her son complete 7 half-marathons on 7 continents in 7 days
How do you get nine busy software engineers, programmers and product managers to volunteer their time over a whole semester to bring the real world into a computer science class?
We sat down with just a few of the women across campus who have created a STEM-based initiative and who work closely with students on STEM research.
Hailey Belote ’23 and Gabrielle Bustillos ’24 are wrapping up their tenure as the first-ever Moss Scholars, a collaborative program between the Moton Museum and Longwood University that commemorates the legacy of Dr. C. G. Gordon Moss.