Student Conduct


The student conduct process addresses violations of the code of honor in a holistic manner. Once violations have been reviewed, the behavior will be addressed through educational programming including Restorative Practices and CHOICES. When necessary, traditional sanctions (as outlined in The Liberty Way) are used.

Though discipline is never easy (Hebrews 12:11), it is biblical (Proverbs 3:11-12, 19; 12:1; 13:24). The Office of Community Life does not look at the conduct process as a negative one, but one of restoration (Proverbs 22:15) to be handled in a caring manner (Ephesians 6:4).

If you or a student you know has violated a policy of Liberty University, we encourage you to address them first. If they will not report their violation themselves, we ask that you contact our office through by calling or clicking HERE, contacting member of leadership on your hall, or using the Speak Up! button.

Matthew 18:15-17 provides a godly example of how to handle problems between two individuals' relationship. Translating this principle to a community relationship, the Resident Assistants, Student Shepherds, LU Shepherds, Resident Directors, and any member of the Dean of Students Office, among others, represent "the other brother or sister." The goal will be to handle it maturely and quickly, so verse 17 never becomes an issue. Being open and honest at these times will lead to the most restorative and desired outcome.

For anyone seeking clarification of our policies, please call the Office of Community Life and a member of our team will be happy to make sure your questions are answered.

Disciplinary Record

Click the link below to review your full disciplinary history.




An educational program that teaches wisdom, decision making, and stewardship.

      Substance Abuse Awareness 

Encourages students to develop personal, biblical values regarding substance abuse.

           Student Appeals Court

Hears discipline appeals regarding violations against the Student Code of Honor.