The college enrollment process is a series of big decisions — and you want to feel confident you’re making smart ones.
So, before you submit your fully refundable $250 Confirmation Deposit, it’s important you find out why.
Most schools require some sort of deposit during the enrollment process — that’s normal. Some use it as a firm RSVP, others apply it toward housing or something similar.
At Liberty, your Confirmation Deposit gives you access to additional scholarship funds — up to $10,000 worth! And the earlier you submit it, the more benefits you have available.
Fall 2019 Students - confirm by February 28, 2019, to receive the full $2,000 Early Deposit Award!
If you’re a high school junior, and you’re getting ahead of the game by submitting your Confirmation Deposit now, you’ll lock in the highest possible scholarship amount, get to attend one CFAW for free (at any point throughout your junior or senior year), and not have to worry about taking any other steps until Financial Check-In opens in January of your freshman year at Liberty.
Making smart decisions throughout your enrollment process can make a big impact on your college education — and whatever comes after graduation. Contact us today to learn more.
Submitting your Confirmation Deposit early comes with even more benefits - like access to early class registration on April 10!
Here's what you have to do to qualify:
Your $250 Confirmation Deposit will be applied as a credit toward your Liberty University account for your first semester of attendance.
A Confirmation Deposit may be refunded only if the request is in writing and received by May 1 for fall applicants and December 1 for spring applicants.
You should contact our admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the following address:
ATTN: Resident Admissions
1971 University Blvd.
Lynchburg, VA 24515
The deposit is non-transferable and non-refundable after the above deadlines but may be deferred for up to one academic year should you decide to attend in a subsequent semester. However, if you update your application to any other semester, you will no longer be eligible for a refund.