As a Canadian student, your admission process is unique with a special set of opportunities available to you. At Liberty University, we want to offer you the assistance, scholarships, and programs that will aid you in fulfilling your educational goals.
As you are reviewing the opportunities and admission process below, remember that our highly trained International Admissions Representatives are here to assist you while you are applying to be a student at Liberty. We also encourage you to check out the Canadian Student Quick Guide for additional information.
Live in Canada but want to attend CFAW?
Your first step in the admission process is to submit your application to Liberty University! Additionally, there are multiple documents that are required for our Admission Committee to review your application for an admission decision. Please check out the instructions below to start your application to Liberty.
The following documents are required in order to be eligible for admission to Liberty University:
If a NACES credential evaluation was completed based on a preliminary secondary transcript for the purpose of admission to the University, the student must also submit a NACES evaluation of the final secondary credential before being permitted to register for second-semester courses.
Additional items needed when transferring to Liberty University from within the U.S.:
The Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) fee is an integral part of your admission process, as it allows you to legally study in the United States. Be sure to pay this fee at least three days prior to crossing the U.S. border.