Archived Alerts (Inactive)

Delayed opening

Faculty, staff and students,

Longwood University will open at noon tomorrow, Monday, January 14.

Amended hours for on-campus facilities are:
-Dorrill Dining Hall: opening at 7 a.m., normal hours
-Upchurch University Center: open at 10 a.m.
-Upchurch Dining: normal hours
-Health & Fitness Center: Noon - 10 p.m.
-Greenwood Library: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
-University Health Center: closed

FAB will begin operating at 10 a.m.

If you are traveling to campus tomorrow, please use the best judgment for your safety, and stay in touch with your supervisor or professors.

Winter weather move-in changes

Campus community,

Longwood is closely monitoring the winter weather that is forecast for the area this weekend, and understands that student travel back to campus may be impacted.

If you are concerned about travel during the weather, residence halls and apartment communities will be open beginning tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 11, at 1 p.m.

If you are a new student or a student conducting a mid-year room change and are planning on coming to campus on Friday, please arrive between 1-5 p.m. so we can issue your key and get you checked in.

If you are a non-enrolled student for spring semester and need to retrieve personal items, you may also arrive starting Friday at 1 p.m., or during the regularly scheduled times of 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday-Monday.

Please call Residence and Commuter Life at 434-395-2080 with questions or concerns.

Delayed opening on Wednesday

Faculty, staff and students,

Longwood University will open at 10 a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 12.

Longwood closed Tuesday, December 11

Faculty, staff and students,

Longwood University will close tomorrow, Tuesday, December 11.

Amended hours for on-campus facilities are:

-Dorrill Dining Hall: Closed
-Upchurch University Center: Closed
-Health & Fitness Center: Closed
-Greenwood Library: Closed
-University Health Center: Closed

Closing Announcement

Faculty, staff and students,

Longwood University will close tomorrow, Monday, December 10.

Amended hours for on-campus facilities are:

-Dorrill Dining Hall: Closed
-Upchurch University Center: Closed
-Health & Fitness Center: Closed
-Greenwood Library: Closed
-University Health Center: Closed

Students who remain on campus and live in Lancer Park and Longwood Village are asked to move their cars to designated areas to allow snow plows to clear lots:

Lancer Park - relocate vehicles to the Freshmen Parking Lot Area
Longwood Village - relocate vehicles to the visitor parking lot located in front of the clubhouse

Hurricane Michael Update

An update on where we stand after Hurricane Michael hit the region last week, and a long weekend of very hard work by our facilities and residence life staff, and many others on campus.

The university will reopen as scheduled on Tuesday and classes will resume as scheduled on Wednesday. Power is restored to all buildings on campus, and cleanup and repair efforts are continuing.

  • The ground floor of Bedford Hall was impacted more than any other place on campus, and will be closed while crews repair water damage. The rest of Bedford Hall will be open Wednesday as normal. Students who have classed on the ground floor of Bedford will be told by their professors where their class will be relocated.
  • Lancer Park also sustained water damage and an aggressive operation is under way there that will include continuing assessment of both damage and air quality. Repair work is already underway, and Residence Life is working to relocate students from a handful of rooms until the work is completed.
  • A number of trees on campus sustained serious damage. Grounds crews and outside experts worked to save those they could, but sadly several had to be taken down after they were determined to have internal rot or otherwise fatal structural damage and posed a danger of falling on pedestrians.
  • Public locker rooms in Willett Hall continue to be open from 10-4 today and tomorrow for families who still don’t have power.
  • If you note any other damage as you return to your residence halls or work, please submit a work order at workorder@longwood.edu or through the link at www.longwood.edu/housing.

Thank you to everyone who has worked long hours to get campus up and running after the storm. Your hard work and dedication are much appreciated!

Hurricane Michael Update

For anyone traveling to or from Longwood: Roads on campus are clear but you should check the statewide road conditions at http://www.511virginia.org

Hurricane Michael Update

Campus update for students: Power is restored to all residence halls including Lancer Park and Longwood Village. The Longwood campus will continue to serve students who remain on campus over fall break, and the Dining Hall will be open. If you have decided to remain on campus for any length of time, please register at https://bit.ly/2PvOV8i

We encourage students who do head home for fall break to pay close attention to reports on road conditions at http://www.511virginia.org

Hurricane Michael Update

This morning we’re taking stock after yesterday’s powerful storm, which left considerable wind and water damage across parts of campus. We’re grateful that all students, faculty and staff are safe, and deeply thankful to our facilities, police and residence life staff who worked through the night. Longwood always rises to the occasion in a real crisis.

We were lucky compared to some of our neighbors in our home community of Farmville, who experienced the worst of the damage locally. We’ll continue to communicate over the days to come as we work over fall break to get our campus fully up and running as soon as possible.

Hurricane Michael Update: Longwood Closed Friday

The university will be closed on Friday, and only essential personnel are expected to report. We’ll be working to assess damage and address issues on campus as quickly as possible.

Dorrill Dining Hall plans to be open from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.