Course substitution forms and instructions are available on the Registrar-Online Forms webpage.
Forms and instructions for taking a course at another institution are available on the Registrar-Online Forms webpage.
Transfer evaluation inquiry forms and instructions are available on the Registrar-Online Forms webpage.
Email email@example.com with all your transfer-related questions.
For graduate resident students:
For graduate online students:
If you are looking to leave the University for any reason, you must meet with the Student Advocate Office before your departure.
The Student Advocate Office will assist you in closing out your account. The SAO is located on the 2nd floor of DeMoss Hall in Room 2247. The office is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m and Wednesdays 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. If you are looking to withdraw from Liberty University, but are not able to come into the Student Advocate Office, please call (434) 582-7200 to discuss your options over the phone.
First, go to the Instructor with your grade appeal. If you are not satisfied with the outcome, then go to the program director or department chair. If the grievance is not resolved, you may appeal to the dean of the College/School. For the policy on Academic Honesty “FD” appeals, see the Liberty catalog.
The "I" or "Incomplete" grade is to be used only in the extremely rare cases, like medical emergencies, and must be approved by the director of the academic program. Resident Graduate students should go to the Student Service Center in Green Hall for directions. Graduate online students may work with both the Online Academic Advisor (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the faculty member.
Graduate resident students can inquire about Independent Study/Directed Research courses at the Student Service Center in Green Hall. Graduate online students can contact the Online Academic Advisor (email@example.com).
Graduate resident students can receive approval for a prerequisite override by downloading the form on the Registrar-Online Forms webpage or pick one up at the Student Service Center in Green Hall. Graduate online students can contact the Online Academic Advisor by phone or email.
For semester course overload approval, graduate resident students must go to the Student Service Center; graduate online students must contact the Online Academic Advisor by phone or email (the advisor will work with the registrar to help gain approval).
Resident Graduate Students:
Online Graduate Students: