Office of International Affairs
- International Students and Scholars
- English as a Second Language Program (ESLP)
- Study Abroad
- Faculty and Staff International Opportunities
- International Studies Minor
No matter what your interests, you'll find a community of friends to share them with at Longwood University. You will discover more than 125 clubs, organizations and special interest groups, in almost any field you can imagine, as well as a growing Division I athletics program. All are waiting for you on campus, along with student-run festivals, a thriving live music scene and countless other activities that will make your time at Longwood unforgettable.
There are many American students at Longwood University that are interested in meeting international students! Some choose to become part of the international student buddy program. Every international student will meet an American student "buddy" when they arrive at Longwood University. At first, the buddies will help international students navigate the campus and student life at an American University, as well as plan recreational trips. Over time, many of these relationships have turned into longtime friendships.
Get involved! With over 125 student clubs and organizations, it should be easy to find one that suits your interests. If not, you can always start at new student organization! For a full list of opportunities, visit the Clubs and Organizations webpage.
The Student Health and Wellness Center provides both clinical care of acute medical conditions commonly found on college campuses as well as health education programs. These services are often free and always affordable. The Counseling Center provides psychological services to help students achieve their personal and academic goals. Many international students experience "culture shock", which is the very understandable sense of uncertainty and anxiety that affects people that are suddenly immersed in a new environment. The Counseling Center can provide services for students that have adjustment issues such as culture shock.
The Longwood University Dining Hall is a popular place for students; in addition to the daily entree selections, you may select from the pasta bar, salad bar, omelet bar, yogurt and ice cream bar, the grill, and the sandwich deli as well as vegetarian and vegan selections. You can check up to date menus and catering options online at the Longwood Dining Services webpage.
There are many recreational opportunities at Longwood University, including intramural sports teams, swimming pools, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, and a new fitness center that is free for all students. The fitness center includes a rock climbing wall, weight training equipment, treadmills, a jogging track, indoor basketball and racquetball courts, exercise classes and much more!