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2. Official high school transcripts (not required if you have already obtained an associates degree) and
3. College transcripts (if applicable), which can be submitted in the following ways:
A. By filling out the Transcript Request Form and sending it to your school (do NOT send this to Liberty University).
B. By logging into Parchment (or other secured electronic transcript program) and sending them digitally.
A. The Writing section of the SAT is not considered for acceptance or Liberty scholarships.
B. All standardized test scores are super-scored, meaning we will consider your best composite ACT score or your best SAT score based on the Evidence-based Reading & Writing and the Math sections.
C. Liberty University now offers award-winning Prepworks® ACT and SAT preparation courses with money-back guarantees.
Note: After reviewing your application, additional information or documents may be requested by the admission committee.
C. Claim Your myLU Account
Once your application is processed (1-2 business days after applying), go to myLU Sign-in > Claim Account.
Note: Your myLU account will give you access to the following:
A. Your official Liberty University email account
B. Required Math and English Assessments (upon acceptance)
C. Your ASIST account
D. Your Student Checklist
You will need your Liberty University ID number to claim your account.
Call us at (800) 543-5317 if you experience any difficulty.
D. Submit Your Confirmation Deposit
Submit the Confirmation Deposit and secure thousands of dollars in rewards even before being accepted.
Step 2: Accept
Once you receive your acceptance letter from Liberty:
Submit your $250 Confirmation Deposit if you haven't already done so. This deposit secures your award package, so we recommend submitting it as early as possible to receive a higher award amount.
Complete your Math and English Assessments. Login to your myLU account > Blackboard > My Access > Courses > Math Assessment and English Assessment.
Both assessments need to be completed in order to register for classes.
If your score is above 22 on the first part of the Math Assessment, you will be asked to take part 2.
If you have transferred college credit for mathematics or English already, you will not be required to take the respective assessment.
B. Submit Your FAFSA
Submit your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). You and a parent or guardian must sign the FAFSA electronically; to do so, both you and your parent/guardian will use the FSA ID that each of you will need to create before starting the FAFSA.
Sign the Master Promissory Note for federal student loans and complete Entrance Counseling. For more information, visit our Financial Aid Office's website.
To speak to an admissions counselor, you can use Chat Live or call us at (800) 543-5317. For answers regarding Financial Check-In and payment plans, please call our Student Accounts office at (866) 783-0191.