The Longwood Graduate Program welcomes applications from prospective students interested in the field of public horticulture. The Program encourages applications from students with diverse professional, cultural, and social backgrounds. Admissions criteria are established by the Office of Graduate and Professional Education and the Longwood Graduate Program.
Detailed information regarding the application procedure, including information concerning international applicants, transcripts, recommendations, GRE/GMAT test scores, resumes, and essay submissions, can be found on the Office of Graduate and Professional Education Web site.
Potential applicants generally possess the following characteristics, but the Program welcomes the opportunity to review applicants who do not exactly match these features. The general criteria for admission include:
For information regarding the status of your application, please contact by email or phone (302) 831-2517.
All Longwood Graduate Fellows are exempt from tuition payments and receive a one-year stipend that is renewable for a second year upon meeting the expectations and academic standards of the Program and University. Additional student fees and any materials required by coursework are not covered by the Program.