Registration & Attendance


  • Students must register for their intensive by the A term for that semester or 30 days before the first day on campus, whichever comes first.

Pre-work and Post-work 

  • Students will have 30 days of pre-work to complete online for each intensive. To obtain pre-work assignments, log on to Blackboard and view the Course Content section. It is the student's responsibility to purchase  textbooks, print out the pre-course assignments, and have them completed before the first day of class.
  • After attending the on-campus portion of the intensive, students will have 30 days of post-work to complete online.


  • 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 ASIST, 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 contact Academic Advising (855-466-9218) as soon as possible if you can no longer attend.
  • Attendance for the full five days is required for passing your course. This policy is non-negotiable because of the short amount of time we have together. So please make travel arrangements early enough to allow for flight delays.


  • Occasionally, low enrollment may cause some intensives to be canceled.
  • The online Intensive Course Schedule will be updated weekly concerning course closings and or cancelations.

International Students

  • The Application for Form I-20 must be filled out and submitted to the Resident Graduate Admissions Office at least 4 weeks prior to the proposed travel to Liberty University’s campus. This form allows students to attend a visa interview.

Planning Your Visit

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On Campus Resources

Did you know that, as an online student, you have the ability to utilize and enjoy the same resources and activities as residential students? While you are on campus, take some time to explore the area and enjoy the variety of food and activities we have to offer. From Snowflex and concerts, to sporting events and activities, there is never a dull moment. Check out to see what your options are while on campus!

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Intensive Fee Amenities

Students have access to several amenities while they are on campus for intensives, including the LaHaye Student Center, athletic events, and the hospitality room. For more information on what your Intensive Fee covers, see our Intensive Fee webpage.

Academic Services

Meet the Intensive Hospitality Team

Meet the staff who will assist you while on campus for intensives.

Hancock Welcome Center

Would you like to see campus while you’re here? Schedule a driving tour with a HWC representative, which is specifically designed for online students. This tour takes place on Sunday afternoons typically at 4 p.m. and last 1 hour.  They may be closed for holidays and special events, so make sure to contact them for the most up to date hours of operation.

Jerry Falwell Library

Our beautiful, state of the art library features a four story book tower with 3 robotic cranes used for book retrieval, areas zoned for quiet and deep quiet study, and rooms available for group projects (reserve a room).

Computer Labs

If you need a place to work while you're here, check out our Computer Labs in the Jerry Falwell Library or DeMoss Hall. Also, make sure to visit our IT Marketplace while you're here!  Additional information is below.

IT Marketplace

The IT Marketplace, an Apple Authorized Campus Store, offers education pricing to students through Apple, Dell, and Lenovo and is open for you to stop in and shop while you are on campus.  The Marketplace is located right next to the Computer Labs in DeMoss Hall Room 2184. The IT HelpDesk office is also located within the store, so you can get extra support while you are there.

Student Service Center

If you need to speak with the Financial Aid, Registrar, Military Affairs or Student Accounts Office, you may visit them in the Student Service Center located in Green Hall.

Support Services

Campus Map

Need to find your way around campus? Use our interactive map to find academic buildings, dining locations, and recreation facilities. 

Please be aware that on-campus intensive courses will be held in one of the following locations:

  • DeMoss Hall
  • School of Music
  • Liberty Mountain Conference Center
    3700 Candlers Mountain Rd, Lynchburg, VA 24502
  • Carter Building
    701 Thomas Rd, Lynchburg, VA 24502

Child Care

Liberty University is unable to provide child care for students attending intensive courses.  Additionally, children and young adults under the age of 18 are not permitted to attend courses with their parents or wait unsupervised on university premises.

Flames Pass (Student ID Card)

Use your Flames Pass around campus for free athletic events, access to the LaHaye Student Union and other facilities. Meal plans are also loaded onto the Flames Pass if you have purchased one through the Reber-Thomas Dining Hall. Get your Flames Pass here!

Did you know that some businesses offer discounts to students? Ask around while you're in Lynchburg and back at home to see where you can make use of your Flames Pass!

LU Police Department

LUPD Emergency: (434) 592-3911
Non-Emergency: (434) 592-7641

The LU Police Department (LUPD) patrols campus to make sure it is always safe. If you have concerns while on campus, contact them.

Education or Counseling students who need to be fingerprinted for their background check can do so by appointment.


Reference the campus map to identify where your assigned parking is located as well as other parking options while on campus.

Office of Disability Academic Support

Intensive students who need academic or physical accommodations can contact the Office of Disability Academic Support (ODAS). Make sure to contact them at least 2 months prior to your visit. This request should be submitted by completing an Intensives Accommodations Request Form. Once completed, this form should be emailed as an attachment to

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