Managing the Student Account
Students manage their accounts using myLongwood.
After entering the LancerNet ID and LancerNet password, select the Student tab and click on My Student Account. Read, scroll to the bottom, "Click here to view your account information" and enter the Touch Net Payment Gateway.
View your Ebills, make payments, set up authorized users, sign up for Direct Deposit for Student Loan refunds, save your ACH draft information (bank routing number and bank account number), and enroll in the Monthly Payment Plan.
Longwood University generates Ebill Notices approximately one month prior to the bill due date for fall and spring to all registered students. (Please reference the Billing & Payments information.) If you do not receive a bill and the due date is approaching, please log into MY STUDENT ACCOUNT to review your account activity and balance due. Failure to receive a billing statement will not waive the requirement for payment by the due date. Students who do not receive bills should review their records to be certain that Longwood University has been informed of any email or address changes. It is the student's responsibility to make certain that all permanent, local, and (if applicable) billing addresses are current.
Billing and Payment Schedules
Longwood University utilizes an electronic billing and payment solution, TouchNet Ebill.
Longwood University generates Ebill notices for fall by mid-July; the Ebill for spring generates in early December with payment due in early January. However, students and their authorized users will receive email notification when new statements are produced.
Students can manage their accounts through myLongwood. Select the Student tab and click on My Student Account. The student or authorized user may also enroll in the Payment Plan using the same selections.
Scholarships & Tuition AssistanceBe sure to read the important notes regarding deductions to payments such as scholarships and tuition assistance.
Virginia Prepaid Education Program (VPEP)Credit for estimated Virginia Prepaid Education Program (VPEP) assistance will be given on a VPEP-eligible student's billing statement only after: (1) the student has completed a Virginia College Savings Plan (VCSP) Intent to Enroll form (listing Longwood University) and (2) Longwood University has received an official VPEP student roster from the VCSP office. For additional guidance concerning the VPEP program, please refer to Virginia College Savings Plan Summary (pdf).
Post 9/11 GI Bill Information
Credit for estimated Post 9/11 GI Bill tuition-fee assistance will be given on an eligible student's billing statement only after: (1) the student has provided a copy of his/her Department of Veterans Affairs Certificate of Eligibility (issued in student's name) to Longwood University's Registration Office, and (2) the student has submitted Longwood University: Post 9/11 GI Bill Tuition-Fee Assistance - Application for Estimated "Advanced Credit" (with V.A. documentation attached) to Longwood University's Office of Student Accounts.
For application form and additional guidance, please refer to: Longwood University: Post 9/11 GI Bill Tuition-Fee Assistance - Application for Estimated "Advanced Credit". (xls)