Find answers to your questions about how credit transfers from other colleges and schools to Liberty University. If you are thinking of applying, have been accepted, or you are a current student who plans to take a course at another institution, this information will be helpful.
If you are certain that a course you have taken is equivalent to a course in the Liberty University Course Catalog, consider submitting a Transfer Evaluation Inquiry (TEI).
As a current or prospective student, you can obtain pre-approval that a course at another institution will equate to a Liberty University course by submitting a Transient Request.
As a prospective transfer student, you will want to apply for an Unofficial Transfer Consultation (UTC) and have a consultant review your unofficial transcripts to determine:
If you were awarded an elective (or any) course and need it to apply towards a requirement on your DCP, you will want to submit a Course Substitution. If approved, the course will apply to your Degree Completion Plan (DCP) where appropriate.
Once you have been accepted at the Liberty University and we have received official College Board reports for your AP credit, we will award the appropriate credit based on LU departmental guidelines.
When your transfer evaluation is being updated, the previous transfer credits are temporarily not viewable but will reappear shortly with any new transfer credits..
LU multiplies quarter hours by 0.67. For example, if you have earned 6 quarter hours they will be converted to 4 semester hours.
Forms that do not appear on the web must be obtained from the Registrar's Office or your Academic Advisor.
Developmental and remedial courses are not transferable and will not count toward your degree at LU.