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Unofficial Transfer Consultation

A free Unofficial Transfer Consultation will give prospective students an idea of what to expect regarding the application of their transfer credits to their desired Liberty University degree plan(s).

Residential Unofficial Transfer Consultation Form (UTC)

NOTE: THIS FORM IS FOR STUDENTS PURSUING AN ON-CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAM.  STUDENTS PLANNING TO PURSUE AN ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAM MUST COMPLETE THE LUO UTC
 

Required Documentation:  The UTC form and unofficial transcripts from ALL colleges attended. Learn more

What is a UTC?

It is important that you make the best decision regarding where to pursue your degree, which is why we provide a free transfer consultation of your transcript prior to applying. Through this unofficial evaluation, we will provide you with a general idea of what to expect regarding how your transfer credits might apply to your chosen degree program. This will determine how many courses you may satisfy and how many courses you may still need to complete your chosen degree program.

When do I use a UTC Form?

  1. The Unofficial Transfer Consultation request is a service provided for transfer students who would like to know how much transfer credit would apply to their chosen degree program before applying for admission. Applications who are not yet accepted may also use this form.

  2. A separate Official Transfer Credit Evaluation is provided to students who have applied or have been accepted to Liberty for a future term.  Please visit our Registrar's Office website for alternate options that are available to you.

 UTC Guidelines

  1. Students must provide copies of their unofficial college transcripts (front and back) from ALL colleges attended. They must indicate the name of the institution, course titles, course numbers, letter grades, number of credit hours, and enrollment dates. Students may also provide unofficial College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Advanced Placement (AP) scores.

  2. The UTC form and transcript(s) should be sent together either by fax, mail, or e-mail to the contact information provided below. Please be sure to include the request form and transcripts.

  3. Unofficial Transfer Consultation results will not contain an evaluation of military credits, as these processes are separate.  The Military Transfer page will provide students with further information.

  4. The unofficial evaluation will be based on transcripts, submitted test scores, and degree requirements in place at the time of request. Degree Completion Plans are subject to change annually; therefore, the unofficial evaluation will not be considered a binding agreement.

 How to submit a UTC

By email (preferred): to LUtransfer@liberty.edu

  • Attach completed UTC form to email
  • Check that unofficial transcripts from ALL colleges attended are attached in the email
  • Unofficial transcripts are only accepted in PDF or HTML formats

 

By mail: Liberty University Registrar's Office
              1971 University Boulevard
              MSC Box 710177
              Lynchburg, Virginia 24515

By fax:  (434) 582-2187
 

 Where to send questions about UTCs

Questions can be emailed to UG_RES_NewTransfer@liberty.edu.

 How to receive UTC results

After the Transfer Credential Evaluator reviews your UTC request, you will be emailed an Unofficial Degree Completion Plan (DCP) consultation within two business days. If an email address is not provided, the consultation will be mailed. The consultation is unofficial and is used only for Admission Advising purposes.

Special Notes

  • Forms that do not appear on the web must be obtained from the Registrar's Office or your Academic Advisor.

  • Many forms apply only to residential programs and not the online learning program, and vice versa.

  • All forms must be completed and processed according to the guidelines in the 2013-2014 Academic Policy Handbook and the University Catalog in order to be considered official.

  • Please call (434) 592-5100 if you need additional information.