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Where Can I Find Academic Support?

The Center for Academic Support helps students stay on track to graduate.The Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASAS) can help you figure out what classes you need to take in order to graduate!

It’s a good idea to meet with your CASAS advisor at the beginning of each semester to make sure you are on track.

If you have an AV hold on your account, you won’t be able to register for classes until you meet with your advisor. Visit www.Liberty.edu/CASAS for more details!


Where Can I Find a Tutor?

Peer to peer tutoring helps many students succeed.The Academic Success Center offers free tutoring to Liberty students in 35 different courses of study!

They offer one-on-one tutoring, as well as group sessions, which are held several times throughout the week to fit around your schedule.

Find the help you need to make the grade: Tutoring Services


Where Can I Find a Job?

Find a student worker position or outside employment.If you are looking for a position at Liberty, check out the Human Resources website — they’ve gone paperless! They have postings for student positions (Federal Work Study and Work Assistant) and staff positions as well.

Apply at www.Liberty.edu/HR!

Are you looking for a job once you graduate from Liberty? Visit our state-of-the-art Career Center. They offer everything from career planning to resume workshops, job fairs and mock interviews!

Visit www.Liberty.edu/Careers to start preparing for your future today.


Where Can I Find a Mentor?

Mentoring helps students reach their personal goals.Student Counseling Services offers mentoring, crisis intervention, small groups and workshops to help promote healthy spiritual development for Liberty students.

If you need to get plugged in with someone on a deeper level, reach out to Student Counseling Services to schedule an appointment at (434) 582-2651 or studentcare@liberty.edu.