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Military Admissions Guide

As you embark on your academic journey, the process of getting started can seem overwhelming. We have designed 5 steps to help you successfully navigate through the admissions process and begin your classes with ease.


Step 1
Apply for Admission

Complete an online application to get the process started. Please be sure to complete the military information portion of the application.

Questions about Applying?

  • Online prospective students may call (800) 424-9595.
  • Residential prospective students may call (800) 543-5317.

Step 2
Submit Your Admissions Documents

Check out the information on the Admissions landing webpage to find guidance on the specific requirements for your program. To help you get started, we have listed a few admissions requirements that you will not want to forget below:

1. Military Transcripts

2. Civilian Transcripts

Unofficial College Transcripts

  • Unofficial college transcripts can be reviewed for an Unofficial Transfer Consultation. To learn more, online students may click here, and residential students may click here.

Official College Transcripts

  • A sealed, unopened copy of all official transcripts must be submitted for an official acceptance decision to be made.

Transcript Mailing Address:

  Online Students:

  • Liberty University
    Online Admissions Verification
    1971 University Blvd.
    Lynchburg, VA 24515

  Residential students:

  • Liberty University Admissions
    1971 University Boulevard
    Lynchburg, Virginia 24515


While you are waiting to complete the admissions process and enroll in your first courses, you may continue through Steps 3-4 to secure your military benefits and funding.



Explore the Military Benefits Available

Liberty University is a long-time supporter of the United States military and we appreciate your service and sacrifice. We would like to honor your service by giving you the best possible education and offering the highest caliber of support.

We are proud to offer the below benefits and services to our military students:

Establish your Military Status at Liberty:

To ensure you have access to these benefits and services, you will need to make sure you are listed in our system as a military student.

  • Online students should complete the steps outlined here.
  • Residential students should complete the steps outlined here.


Set Up Your Military and Veterans Benefits Funding

If you are planning to use Tuition Assistance, Veterans Affairs benefits, or any other type of military funding, you will need to take steps to ensure all documentation has been submitted for those benefits. If you are unsure about your eligibility, please contact your Base Education Office or the Veterans Affairs Administration directly.

We are proud to offer resources on all chapters of Veterans and GI Bill® Benefits, as well as Tuition Assistance guides for each branch of the military.



Enroll in Courses and Complete Financial Check-In

Once an acceptance decision has been made, you will be contacted by an Admissions counselor directly to assist you with enrolling in your first courses.

 Dates and Deadlines

For assistance with enrolling in your first courses,
you may also call an admissions counselor at:

  • Online Admissions: (800) 424-9595
  • Resident Admissions: (800) 543-5317

Once you are enrolled and your military benefits have been posted, you are ready to complete Financial Check-In. Financial Check-In is the final stage of the enrollment process and allows you to verify the status of your military benefits on your account through ASIST. Our Financial Check-In Guide offers assistance to military students on how to complete this process. Please be sure to complete check-in by the appropriate deadline to secure your courses and avoid any late penalties.

If you do not see your military benefits on your account within two weeks after submitting the appropriate documentation and registering for courses, please contact us for assistance.


GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.