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As an international graduate student, you are an integral part of the Liberty University community. We understand that there will be housing, family-related, and other concerns unique to your situation. At the International Student Center, we work to provide resources and solutions for your needs.
As a graduate student, you may qualify and choose to live on-campus. However, most of our graduate students decide to take advantage of off-campus housing options. Take a look at our Commuter Students website for information and resources regarding off-campus living.
Additionally, there are specific requirements to be eligible to live on-campus:
If you are a married student, you are required to live off-campus, even if your spouse is not currently living with you.
If you are age 25 or older or will turn 25 within the academic year, you must live off-campus.
Graduate Support Offices
To make sure you are provided the support you need and are able to fully focus on your studies, we have made sure several support offices are available to you during your time as a student:
As a graduate student, you may have a spouse or children who are dependent upon you and under F-2 dependent status. Please take a look at the requirements below to make sure your dependents are maintaining their status.
An F-2 may not work under any conditions in the U.S.
An F-2 spouse may not be enrolled in a degree program of study
An F-2 child may study at the primary and/or secondary level (K-12)
An F-2 wanting to attend university must apply for an F-1 status and may begin study after applying and prior to approval
Please let your International Student Advisor know if your F-2 dependent is no longer living in the U.S.
If you need to add an F-2 dependent to your F-1 I-20, you will need to show an affidavit of increased financial support of $5,000.00 per dependent
Please contact your Graduate International Student Advisor:
A-K last names contact Leah King at (434) 592-7212
L-Z last names contact Sarah Landis at (434) 582-3551