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As you embark on your academic journey, the admission process can seem overwhelming. We have designed our five STEPS to help you successfully navigate through the admission and enrollment process and begin your classes as soon as possible!
Step 1 – Submit your application to Liberty University
Step 2 – Submit your self-certification form or transcripts from any prior colleges/universities
Step 3 – Start the Financial Aid process by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Step 4 – Enroll in your first courses
Step 5 – Complete Financial Check-in and start your courses
Apply to the program that meets your future career goals! Applications can be submitted online, by downloading an application and mailing it, or over the phone.
Once you have applied into a program you will need to send over your transcripts for an admissions decision. Most programs allow admission with unofficial transcripts, with the expectation that official transcripts will be on file within 60 days of acceptance.
You can fill out and submit the Transcript Request Form, and Liberty will determine if they can request your official transcripts for you. Military students needing a SOC agreement must send official transcripts. Find out more about requesting military transcripts.
Please keep in mind that transcript requirements differ depending on degree level:
Note additional admission documents may be required. Please visit your specific program admissions page to learn more.
You may fax, email or mail your unofficial transcripts.
Get started setting up your financial aid, by following the below steps and submitting the forms that apply to you. Make sure you have your FAFSA completed prior to class registration.
Submit Your FAFSA
Apply for Financial Aid
Apply for Loans
You can also explore additional funding options:
Congratulations on your acceptance! Once your FAFSA is complete, you are ready to enroll in your first classes.
To get started:
Once you are registered for classes, log in to your ASIST account to complete Financial Check-In.
Keep in mind:
Your professor will contact you the week before your classes begin to make sure you have your books and are prepared for your academic adventure. Log in to Blackboard and be sure to complete your Course Requirements Checklist on the start date of courses.
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