Office of Community Life

The Office of Community Life engages students to actively experience a holistic community through abiding by the code of conduct, participating in restorative practices, receiving mentoring, and utilizing conflict resolution.

Graduate and Online Office of Community Life

Graduate and Online Community Life is committed to making your experience at Liberty University positive and engaging, and we hope you take advantage of every opportunity to grow as a Champion for Christ. Below you will find helpful resources to help you acclimate to life as a Liberty University student. We look forward to serving you.

Graduate and Online Office of Community Life

Speak Up!

Speak Up! is an incident reporting system established by Liberty University. Speak Up! allows for faculty, staff, and students to report concerning behaviors or incidents involving Liberty University community members. Speak Up! also allows for Title IX anonymous reporting.  The information that is submitted via the form will be sent directly to the Office of Community Life or the Title IX Office and be resourced appropriately. Please note this form does not replace local law enforcement. If this is an emergency please contact your local law enforcement or LUPD (434-592-3911).


Restorative Justice

Restorative Practices

  • An approach to resolving conflict that identifies harms and seeks repairs.

Student Conduct

  • The student conduct process addresses violations of the code of honor in a holistic manner.

Behavioral Intervention Team

  • BIT addresses behaviors in order to prevent harm to self, others, and the University Community.


  • Students have the opportunity to be connected with a godly faculty or staff member.

Conflict Resolution

  • Engages students who are experiencing conflicts to approach the conflict in a healthy and productive manner.



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