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2019 Option

The Center for Financial Responsibility
Economics and Personal Finance (for High School students)

Summer 2019

  • This option is online with the final exam to be taken on Longwood’s Farmville campus on July 13th. Please reserve the entire day, as there will be multiple testing sessions.
  • Introductory sessions: There will be a streaming video meeting the first day of class
  • Tuition: $415
  • **Registration will open April 1st and will close June 14th. You will find the registration link on the “Registration Instructions” tab on this page.
  • Course dates: June 17-July 13, 2019
  • Textbook (“Personal Finance: Turning Money into Wealth” 7th edition, Arthur Keown), calculator, laptop and internet requirements are the responsibility of the student.
  • Parent/guardian agreement – All parents/guardians must sign an agreement stating that they realize this is a university class and students are expected to perform at a university level and exhibit adult behavior.
  • 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 with their professor(s).

*All students will earn 3 college credits which should transfer to any college/university. Following high school graduation, students that complete this course with a grade of “C” or better and are accepted to Longwood University as full-time, degree-seeking student will receive an additional 3-credit hour scholarship for their first semester.  Additional requirements do apply.  For example, a freshman who completed this course with a “C” or better admitted to Longwood University  enrolled in 15 credit hours would only be charged for 12 credit hours. (Students must pay for a minimum of 12 credit hours to be considered a full-time student).