Question: What can I do to get involved?
Answer: With over 125 clubs and organizations, athletic events, recreational opportunities, etc. it is easy to find something to interest you. There is also the International Club, which is a good way to meet other international students and friendly American students.
For more information about specific involvement areas at Longwood, click on the appropriate links below:
Student Life (Main page, including, but not limited to: Offices & Services; Activities & Involvement; Academic Resources; and Online Services.)
Student Union & Involvement
Clubs & Organizations
Athletics & Recreational Sports
Question: How can I find a job on campus?
Answer: A good way to being looking for jobs is to sign up on CareerConnect or contact Nadine Garrett, the Student Employment Manager. International Students are not eligible for "Federal Work Study" positions. These are jobs that are reserved for American students who qualify to receive assistant from the government for funding their undergraduate education. To be eligible to work on campus, international students must be in good academic standing, work no more than 20 hours per week, and cannot begin working until 30 days after the start date listed on the I-20 or DS-2019. You must also receive an employment authorization from a Designated School Official (DSO).