Ready to explore Longwood? We’re here to help you do that—on campus in a small group or virtually from the comfort of your home. Check out all the options and sign up for as many as you’d like!
This experience, designed specifically for those who have been admitted for Fall 2021, provides an insiders-look at life at Longwood. Hear from a panel of current students, take a campus tour, learn about the next steps for enrolling and more! Learn More »
Our 30-minute interactive Lancer 101 information session will introduce you to Longwood and help you get to know our welcoming community. We’ll cover the admissions process, financial aid, academic majors and campus life. You’ll have a chance to chat with an Admissions team member and get all your questions answered. Following the session, we'll take you on a campus tour.
Fall 2021 freshmen and families, join us to chat about financial aid, scholarships, billing and other related topics. We’ll help you understand your financial aid offer and how to access and view your student account.
If you participated in a virtual information session, you may not have had a chance to see our beautiful campus in person. We’re ready to make that happen. Our campus tour only option provides a chance to tour campus in a small group with a Longwood Ambassador. Get ready to see all that Longwood and the Heart of Virginia have to offer!
Ready to learn more about academic programs and classroom life at Longwood? Connect with a professor in the major(s) of your choice—you’ll be able to ask any questions you have or just get a feel for learning at Longwood!
Just complete the form and select as many majors as you’d like.
Click the button below to request a meeting with a professor:Connect with a professor
Explore Longwood University without stepping foot on campus. Through our interactive campus map, you can check out residence halls, places to dine and hang out, classrooms, the library, fitness center and more!
If you're planning a visit and need special accommodations such as braille or enlarged material,
a sign language interpreter, or anything else, please let us know!