Testimonials of an Liberty University Online professor and graduate, filmed at the Liberty University Online graduate reception
You might want to accelerate your education by taking a week-long intensive, or some of our programs may require intensives, and we are confident that your educational experience will be enhanced by visiting our residential campus in Lynchburg, Va. Your time on campus will allow you to engage with other students and faculty during classes, workshops, and a Welcome Luncheon.
What is an intensive?
An intensive course is an alternative to the traditional college course, helping students by offering an entire college course on a condensed time schedule. Intensives provide a unique opportunity to connect with a residential campus and experience significant face-to-face interaction with their professors and classmates. All information regarding intensives on Liberty University's campus, as well as your stay in Lynchburg, Virginia, will be covered within the following links. Should you have questions regarding an aspect of intensives that you feel is not answered within the information provided, please contact an academic advisor.
Booking your trip
Starting on January 30th 2013, students booking their trips through the Liberty University booking portal will receive a student discount for themselves, their friends and family. Visit the Liberty University Travel Guide for more information.
If you have a question about your intensive, please call academic advising at (855) 466-9218.
Current Intensive Information
Enrollment - Tuition - Fees
On-campus and off-campus lodging are available for student housing.
Office of Disability Academic Support
The Liberty University Online Office of Disability Academic Support (LU ODAS) exists to coordinate support services for online students with a documented disability. Under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, we seek to provide "reasonable" accommodations and create equal program access to all students. Our office works in conjunction with students and faculty to ensure that reasonable accommodations are made for students with documented disabilities.