Enrollment in Intensives
Services Included Within Your Intensive Fee
How to register for classes
Enrollment for intensive courses must be completed by the Liberty University Online Semester Term Structure.
Occasionally, low enrollment may cause some intensives to be cancelled.
The online Intensive Course Schedule will be updated weekly concerning course closings and or cancellations.
Students are highly encouraged to register for an intensive course at least 30 days prior to the beginning of that course.
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Intensives will now require that the student attend prior to the residential dates of the course either via a course requirements checklist (CRC) or via a submitted assignment. All assignments for the course must fall between the start and end dates as listed.
Failure to complete the CRC will result in the student being dropped for non-attendance.
If any academic activity is completed by the student in Blackboard within the “PREPST” dates that are located in ASSIST, the student will be officially marked as attending the course. If the student no longer wishes to keep the course after he/she has attended, it will be processed as a withdrawal (even if it is before the residential portion of the course).
Please check Blackboard and your Liberty email weekly for information that you may need prior to your arrival at our university.
To obtain pre-course assignments you will need to go to www.liberty.edu/online and click on the Current Students tab at the top of the page. Follow the instructions to sign in to your account.
Once you are logged in, you will see a link for Blackboard in the login shortcut box. Select your intensive from the list of classes.
Your class information will be posted under Course Content on this site. This includes reading and other assignments that the professor expects to be completed before attending class as well as the course syllabus.
It is your responsibility to purchase your textbooks, print out the pre-course assignments, and have them completed before the first day of class.