Taking summer courses can help you stay on track with your degree while enjoying the experience of campus during the summer. The 2019 Undergraduate Residential tuition rate is only $440 per credit hour.
Registration opens February 6th for current residential students:
Current students can register using the Course Registration Tool. Choose the 'Summer 2019' term in the drop down menu to view updated course listings and register for your courses.
Any student who registers for summer courses will also need to complete Financial Check-In (FCI) by April 26. There are no payment plans offered in FCI for the summer semester. Students will need to pay in full as they complete FCI. As a reminder, students may still be able to register for summer courses after April 26th, but will need to make an upfront and complete payment in full prior to registering for summer courses.
Registration on ASIST closes for current residential students on May 3rd. After May 3rd, however, students will still have the following registration options:
Please visit Liberty University Online Intensive Courses for information concerning intensives or contact Liberty University Online for more information. They will be able to assist you with the registration process and answer any questions you may have.
To comply with U.S. Department of Education policies, attendance is measured by attending class, submitting a required assignment within the course enrollment dates, or initiating communication with your professor regarding course-specific content. These activities verify your attendance and secure your enrollment.
If you have not attended a class, submitted an assignment within the enrollment dates, or initiated communication with your professor regarding course-specific content within the enrollment dates of the course, you may request to be dropped from the class roster. Assignments submitted prior to the start of the term do not qualify as attendance, but pre-work within course dates does constitute attendance.
If you have attended your intensive in any way, you will need to withdraw from the course with a grade of W prior to the official end date of the course. Resident students may use our online form to request to withdraw from their courses here: www.liberty.edu/coursewithdraw