Complete the following steps to begin the resident graduate enrollment process.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact your new student advisor.
(If you haven't done so already during the admissions process.) An online ASIST account is required at Liberty in order to register for courses, complete Financial Check-In or check your class schedule.
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Follow the 6 Steps to Financial Aid to secure your:
To complete your enrollment and course registration, you must complete Financial Check-In. Payment arrangements are made through the Financial Check-In process each semester.
Learn more on Liberty's Financial Aid website.
Married students and students 25 years of age or older, must live off campus. The Commuter Services webpage contains excellent resources for apartment searching and connecting in the Lynchburg community.
Students who wish to live on campus will select their housing preferences within Financial Check-In.
Questions about your account or Financial Check-In? Contact the Student Accounts Office at (888) 632-5551.
You will receive a registration PIN 24-48 hours after completing Financial Check-In. This PIN will allow you to register for your courses.
If you are graduating from a school other than Liberty University, a final transcript showing your completed degree is required before beginning classes. Final transcripts can be mailed to:
Liberty University Resident Graduate Admissions Office
1971 University Blvd. Lynchburg, VA 24515
Your degree completion plan shows the courses you must complete to earn your degree.
Questions? Contact your first semester graduate advisor at (877) 298-9617 or email@example.com
Graduate students must complete the Online Health Form prior to their arrival at Liberty.
To access the Health Form:
Higher One card (all students)
The Higher One card is issued to every Liberty University student and is the tool needed to select a refund preference to receive financial refunds. When you receive your card, activate it online and select a refund preference.
Flames Pass (resident students only)
The Flames Pass is your new campus ID card. It provides access to meal plans, Flames Cash account, events and activities— campus wide. Your Flames Pass is valid as long as you are actively enrolled and financially checked-in.
Learn more about Card Services.
You will automatically be enrolled in the graduate-level writing class (GRST 500) once you have completed course registration. However, you may test out of the class by passing an online writing exam. You will receive an email from the Graduate Writing Center with instructions on how to complete this exam online. If you pass this exam, you will receive a pass for the course.
Please be aware that a $100 test assessment fee is charged to your student account as a new student whether you complete GRST 500 or take and pass the online exam.
Learn more about Graduate Writing.
Resident graduate students are responsible for knowing and complying with the Resident Graduate Code of Honor. The Code of Honor contains Liberty University’s Academic Policies and is the university’s Student Code of Conduct.
Learn more about Graduate Student Affairs.
Graduate Orientation is a required event designed to inform new graduate students of all University services.
Learn more about Graduate Orientation.
International Graduate students, learn about your additional International Graduate Student Orientation events.