You can be assured that more of your gift is going to help Longwood: Recurring giving helps lower administrative costs. By eliminating processing and mailing costs, more of your gift can be used to strengthen Longwood.
"Monthly giving is great, because it allows our alumni the option to give up a monthly latte to support Longwood’s current students," says Katherine Bulifant ‘13, Longwood's Director of Annual Giving.
Dale Baake '07, knows firsthand the power of the Longwood network. He says that his gratitude for the ways that Longwood shaped him professionally and personally and helped him become a citizen-leader cemented his commitment to the school.
Longwood's 1 Hour a Month volunteer program makes it easy for alumni to get involved and have a tangible impact on the university with easy and fun activities that you can do in various bundles of time.
While estimates vary, studies show that between 70 and 85 percent of jobs are found through networking. That's just one reason that Longwood University's Office of Professional Networks is constantly working to strengthen the opportunities for Lancer
Winter weather has finally been banished and the sun is shining. That means the time is right for America's favorite pastime – baseball!