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Student services

As an online student, you have access to many of the same resources and services available to your on-campus colleagues. Learn more about how we’re here to help you succeed.

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Technology services

Our User Support Services staff offers tutorials, resources and information to keep your online experience at Longwood University trouble-free. We’re happy to provide technical assistance for wireless networks, LancerNet, email, passwords, and other services. We have assembled a helpful orientation presentation to get you started.

Feel free to contact our help desk at 434-395-4357 or by email. Student Support Technicians are also available via online chat.

Career assistance

Handshake is where all types of employers present their greatest opportunities and look for Longwood University students. It’s where you can find career resources, search and apply for jobs and internships, and book an appointment with a career coach at University Career Services.

You can connect with University Career Services at 434-395-2063 or by email.

Online Writing Center

Tutors from the Graduate Writing Center are happy to offer guidance for class assignments. Simply check out the available appointment times and register.

Library services

Online students can access the vast collections of literary resources and research materials available through the Greenwood Library.

Our staff of librarians will cheerfully assist with access to databases and resources; research strategies; catalogs, eBooks, articles, and journals; interlibrary loans; our digital commons, and more.

Plus, we’re available via phone 434-395-2433 or text 434-406-4957. Don’t forget to visit our blog!

Military students & veterans

Longwood University is proud to welcome active-duty military students, as well as veterans and their families, to our online MBA.

For more information, contact Dr. John Miller, Longwood University’s faculty advisor for student veterans, at 434-395-2161 or email the Office of the Registrar.

Online resource assistance

The Digital Education Collaborative provides the support and structure behind Longwood University’s commitment to academic success and pedagogical excellence through the effective application of instructional technology.

For assistance, you can contact them at 434-395-4332 or by email.

Additional student resources

On our Graduate Student Resources page, you can find information on transfer credits, leave of absences, withdrawals, graduate assistantships, graduate travel grants and the Graduate Student Association—of which all graduate students are automatically members. Other helpful links for online students include:

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