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Longwood University

Instate Tuition (2011-2012)
$10,530
Out-of-state Tuition (2011-2012)
$22,380

Longwood Address


LONGWOOD UNIVERSITY
201 HIGH ST
FARMVILLE, VA 23909
General info:(434) 395-2000
Financial aid office:(434) 395-2077
Admissions office:(434) 395-2060
University Homepage

Tuition + Longwood Housing

(2011-2012)

UGrad Application Fee: $50
Grad Application Fee: $50

Tuition Payment Plan: Yes
Campus Housing Capacity:3044
Freshman Must Live on Campus: No

University Makeup

(2011-2012)
# of Undergrads: 4,345
# of Grad students: 1,265
# of Part time: 1
Total Students: 5,610
Male

29.3%
Female

70.7%
International:

1%
African-American:

7%
American Indian:

0%
Asian:

1%
Hispanic:

3%
Pacific Islander:

10%
Caucasian:

82%
Unknown:

3%

Financial Aid


65% First time, full time students receive federal aid and the average amount is $1,760

28% of students receive State/Local grants and the average amount is $2,253

13% receive instiutional grants and the average institutional award is $1,832

50% receive student loans and the average amount is $2,955
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Master's Colleges and Universities (medium programs)
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Special Programs


Teacher Certifications

Admissions Requirements


Secondary School Record Required
Secondary School GPA Required
Secondary School Rank Recommended
Test Scores Required
Competencies Neither required nor recommended
Test EOFL Required

Special Credits


HS College Credit: Yes
AP Credit: Yes
Life Experience Credit: No
Special Credits(other): No

Applicants Admitted


70% men vs 77% women admitted

Applicants vs Admissions


Number of Men Applicants: 1,391
Number of Women Applicants: 2,689
Number of Men Admitted: 976
Number of Women Admitted: 2,068

Student Services


Library On Campus
Remedial Services
Counseling Services
Employment Services
Placement Services

Majors  Hide Majors

• Anthropology
• Athletic Training/Trainer
• Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist
• Biology/Biological Sciences General
• Business Administration and Management General
• Chemistry General
• Community Health Services/Liaison/Counseling
• Computer Science
• Criminal Justice/Safety Studies
• Economics General
• Education General
• English Language and Literature General
• Foreign Languages and Literatures General
• Health and Physical Education/Fitness General
• History General
• Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies
• Mathematics General
• Physics General
• Political Science and Government General
• Psychology General
• Social Work
• Sociology
• Speech Communication and Rhetoric
• Therapeutic Recreation/Recreational Therapy
• Visual and Performing Arts General

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