Jeannine R. Perry, PhD, Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies
Julienne M. Boone, Director, Graduate Admissions and Recruitment
Courtney Everhart, Director, Graduate Student Support
Carolyn Higgins, Administrative Assistant
The College of Graduate and Professional Studies believes that ordinary people can do extraordinary things. In keeping with the mission of Longwood University, the College of Graduate and Professional Studies strives to create a stimulating environment for teaching, learning, research, creative expression and public service.
Longwood’s graduate programs are built around innovation, diversity and leadership. We are committed to taking this journey with you. Step into a future that’s built on your existing strengths and engineered for your success (See Graduate Catalog for further details).
Longwood Offers the following graduate programs:
A senior at Longwood University may take up to six (6) hours of graduate credit that may be counted towards the graduate degree and electives in the undergraduate degree. Such credit may be earned only in 500-level courses and, if it meets course requirements for the degree, may be counted toward a master’s degree. The senior must have an overall GPA that meets the minimum GPA required for admission to the graduate program offering the course. Permission is required from the department chair of their major, graduate program director, and the Graduate Dean through submission of the Permission for Seniors to Take Graduate Courses form. Once approval has been confirmed by the College of Graduate and Professional Studies, the Registrar and the student will be notified.
To apply to all degree and professional endorsement programs, visit the Longwood University website and select the “Apply” link at the top of the page. Once on the “Apply” page, be sure to select “start graduate application” and being applying online.
The College of Graduate & Professional Studies (CGPS) receives and processes all applicants for admission to graduate programs. Graduate program directors and program faculty review applications and admit applicants they determine will most likely be successful in their graduate studies based on their qualifications.
For further information regarding admission to the graduate program, contact the College of Graduate and Professional Studies, Longwood University, 201 High Street, Farmville, Virginia 23909; (434) 395-2380 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the web site at www.longwood.edu/graduatestudies. Individual program specific requirements for admission are outlined in more detail in the Graduate Catalog and on the website.