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Center for Financial Responsibility
at Longwood University

FINA150 – Economics and Personal Finance
(dual enrollment)

This course is online and offered during Longwood’s academic year in the fall (Sept-Dec), winter (Dec 11-Jan 13) and spring (Jan-May) sessions.  The winter session is Dec 11th – Jan. 13th. The spring semester is Jan. 13 – April 30th.

Registration for the winter session (12/13-1/11) closes Dec. 1, 2020 and for the spring session 1/13-4/30( registration closes Jan. 21, 2021. 

NOTE: There are 3 steps required to complete the registration process.  Partial registrations will NOT  be processed. 

Step 1. Create profile with name and email
Step 2. Create a password (you will receive an email at email address used above)
Step 3. Complete application

Please read instruction prior to beginning registration

CLICK HERE for Course Registration

  • Course requirements;
    • Students must have a computer with both audio and video capability.
    • Students in grades 10 or less must have a minimum 2.75 GPA.  This requirement does not apply to 11/12th graders.
    • Textbook (“Personal Finance: Turning Money into Wealth” 7th edition, Arthur Keown, 6th edition or eBook is acceptable)
    • Financial calculator (Texas Instrument BAII Plus recommended (Any calculator with financial functions is acceptable, however NO cell phone apps allowed
  • Tuition: $415
    • Due upon receipt of invoice. Instructions can be found HERE.  Students transcripts/grades will not be made available until payment is received.
  • Drop date: December 13, by 5PM is the last day to drop with full refund for the winter session and January 21, 2021 for spring session.  After this date, your are responsible for the full tuition amount. To drop the course contact the registration office at 434-395-2580 or
  •  Withdrawal date: December 31 by 5PM is the last day to withdraw from the course with a “W” for the course (NO refund) for winter session and March 31, 2021 for the spring session. To withdraw from the course contact the registration office at 434-395-2580 or
  • Parent/guardian agreement – All parents/guardians must acknowledge that this is a university class and students are expected to perform at a university level and exhibit adult behavior as well as guaranteeing payment for the course.
  • Students enrolled in the course will be considered Longwood students and will receive college credit. All policies and procedures of Longwood University will apply to students. The student (not parents/guardians) must use only their Longwood email account when communicating wit their professor(s).


Overview of Economics and Personal Finance dual enrollment course
Information can be found at links below
(NOTE: Dates are based on summer program, however other content material is applicable).

Power Points for Economics and Personal Finance Summer Course

Important dates for of Economics and Personal Finance

EPF POWER POINTS Registration/Dates