Cierra White ‘23 is getting a unique, behind-the-scenes opportunity to learn about state government while working in Gov. Glen Youngkin’s administration through the prestigious Governor’s Fellows Program.
Dr. Kim Little, chair of Longwood's nursing department, and Lisa Minor, associate professor of nursing, answered the call for help.
As part of an expanding partnership in support of local K-12 schools, Longwood is pledging to dispatch students receiving Federal Work Study support to serve as tutors, helping area schoolchildren recover from learning loss during the pandemic.
Thanks in part to a concerted effort by students, Longwood University has been named a Voter Friendly Campus by the Campus Vote Project, one of just 258 institutions to earn the distinction.
Longwood University’s College of Business and Economics has been reaccredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the premier accrediting agency for business schools.
Longwood chemistry majors Jammie McMurtry ‘24 and Antonio Harvey ‘25 were selected to participate in the prestigious Scholars Transforming Through Research (STR) Program for 2022-2023, hosted by the Council for Undergraduate Research and formerly known as Posters on the Hill.
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.