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Fall/Spring Options

The Center for Financial Responsibility
Economics and Personal Finance (dual enrollment)
Fall/Spring Options – Finance 150

  • This course is online and generally offered during Longwood’s fall (Sept-Dec) and spring (Jan-May) semesters. 
  • Tuition: $415
  • Tuition is due upon receipt of tuition invoice. Instructions on making payments can be found HERERemember that students transcripts/grades will not be made available until payment is received.
  • Registration – PLEASE CHECK BACK. Click HERE to register.
  • Drop dates: Please check Longwood registration office website for drop and withdrawal dates
  • Textbook (“Personal Finance: Turning Money into Wealth” 7th edition, Arthur Keown), calculator (Texas Instrument BAII Plus recommended (NO cell phone apps allowed), computer 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 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 with their professor(s).

*All students will earn 3 college credits which should transfer to any college/university. 

Registration – July 1st for fall semester, October 1st for spring semester.

Overview of Economics and Personal Finance dual enrollment course
Information can be found at links below
(please note that dates are based on summer program).

Power Points for Economics and Personal Finance Summer Course

Important dates for of Economics and Personal Finance

EPF POWER POINTS Registration/Dates