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At some point in your academic journey, you may recognize a need for additional assistance in your coursework, career prep, or research for papers. Liberty University offers a variety of academic resources designed to set you up for academic success. You can always find the help you need, all you have to do is ask!
Liberty University’s Jerry Falwell Library has many online resources available for you to learn more about the research process and find the information you need for a project! With our live, full-time research assistants and librarians, you can get the online tutoring or academic support you need to reach your highest potential in scholarship.
Liberty University’s free Online Writing Center will help you refine your writing to make your coursework easier, less stressful, and more successful. Whether you are an experienced writer or need help with the basics, the Online Writing Center is here to equip you to reach your potential for academic writing!
Throughout the semester, our Instructional Media team hosts live webinars on a wide range of topics. Check out our webinar schedule today to see if an upcoming webinar is one that you would benefit from attending! You can also share this link with your friends and family, as we frequently host prospective and new student webinars they might be interested in attending. We look forward to connecting live with you from our campus in Lynchburg, Va!
Over 30 tutorial videos are available anytime you need assistance! Check out our list of tutorial videos, designed to help you become a more confident student.
The Liberty University Career Center is a valuable educational and career development resource for all students and alumni. Career Center counselors can help you choose a degree program that best fits your skills, abilities, and interests, search for jobs and internships, review and analyze your resume, and connects you to job fair opportunities in your area.
The Math and English Assessments should automatically be added to your Blackboard page after admission into an Associate or Bachelor’s degree program. Unless you have previously received credit for a prerequisite course, you must take the assessments before you can register for a MATH or ENGL course so that we can make sure you will be prepared for the course requirements.
Are you struggling to get your study strategy in shape? Liberty has online academic resources and tricks for reading comprehension, effective notetaking, test preparation, and more!
Do you need additional academic support due to a medically diagnosed disability? The Academic Support Office of Liberty University's Online and Graduate Studies programs also offers accommodations and support services to those students who qualify.
You can visit the Liberty University Online Office of Disability Academic Support homepage, or contact the office at email@example.com.
If you need more preparation before you dive into your more difficult courses, Liberty University offers many preparation courses with foundational training and support for college study habits, learning strategies, computer use, and basic English and Math support.
*Please note: under some circumstances, specific preparation courses may be required as a condition of your admission to Liberty University. Your Admissions Counselor will inform you of any requirements upon receiving an admissions decision.