You must be admitted or in the process of applying to Liberty University in order to be accepted into the Honors Program. Admission to Liberty University's Honors Program is competitive, and enrollment is limited.
Liberty requires applicants to send official score reports directly from The College Board. Qualifying scores must be available by review date or by March 1. Once Liberty receives your scores, allow a week for processing. If you plan to retake, simply apply using your current score and email us to update your application. We will accept your superscore.
If you took the ACT or SAT more than one time, we will look at your highest individual test scores and calculate a new, super composite score from across your test dates.
Drop off your materials at the Honors Program Office in the Jerry Falwell Library, Room 364 or mail your materials in a single envelope to:
MSC Box # 710018
1971 University Blvd.
Lynchburg, VA 24515
Completed applications need to be mailed by these postmark dates for consideration:
Admission to Liberty University's Honors Program is competitive, and enrollment is limited.
Applications will only be considered if received or postmarked by deadline above or March 1. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Honors Program acceptance letters will be emailed by or before May 1.
Complete the Honors Application fully. If more than 3 lines are needed for extracurricular activities, students can list additional information on the back of the application.
Include an expository essay on the topic “What I Hope to Gain from an Honors Program Education at Liberty University” after researching our website. Describe how you would benefit from our Honors Program curriculum. Follow these format requirements:
Submit two letters of recommendation from high school teachers or faculty (principal, counselor, etc.). The letters should be written on school letterhead (if available) with a signature. Recommendation letters must be in professional letter format and should address areas such as your intelligence, your critical thinking, your creative problem-solving abilities, and their estimation of your potential to succeed academically in an Honors Program curriculum. The writer is to place the letter in an envelope, seal it, and sign across the flap. The student will include the letter in the application packet.