The first in their family to complete a bachelor’s degree First-Gen students are setting a new course for their generation.
You’ve used your challenges as opportunities and we're here to help and support you as you take your next steps into your future.
Longwood offers mentoring and support programs to provide guidance and assistance—in school and in life.
We've all had to learn about Financial Aid processes, Tuition costs and Scholarship applications.
Student Accounts will help you understand a tuition bill.
Financial Aid will help you understand scholarships and loans.
As you adjust to living on campus or with a new commute there's support and help a few steps away.
Residential & Commuter Life staff can help ease your transition. We'll walk you through what you need to know about living and commuting to campus.
You've taken your challenges and turned them into opportunities.
We know you're ready for the rigor and expectations of the college curriculum.
First, you'll need to be organized and proactive.
Register at Accessibility Resources (434)395-2391 if you have a documented disability.
Ask questions. Manage your stress. Take care of yourself and advocate for your needs. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) (395-2409) can help you maintain your well-being.
Learn more about how to take charge of your academic experience and keep the drive that got you here.
Take advantage of opportunities with Collaborating with Lancers for Academic Success Program (CLASP).
Designed with a focus on first generation students, transfer students, racial/ethnic minority students and low-income students, the Collaborating with Lancers for Academic Success Program (CLASP) specifically targets development in the areas of cultural engagement, academic success & career services.
We all help each other succeed and we're here to help you too.
New Lancers get their very own Coach!
During New Lancer Days you'll meet your Coach and learn about all the ways you can plug into the community. Questions before then? Contact Student Success.
Discover new friends and interests.
The National Center for First-Generation Student Success has additional resources.