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A thriving athletics program has been an integral part
of Liberty University’s vision from the beginning, and today Liberty has 20 NCAA
Division I athletic teams, 41 Club Sports teams, and 20 intramural sports.
Get a world-class education with the solid Christian
foundation you’re looking for at Liberty University. Here, you’ll gain the values,
knowledge, and skills you’ll need for success in every aspect of life.
Gain the unique opportunity to grow as a leader as you to speak into the lives of the students in your residence hall. As a Resident Assistant (RA), you'll make a difference on campus as you prepare for your future career with practical leadership training and hands-on experience.
Every year, the Office of Residence Life seeks male and female Christian students of strong character to be actively involved in the development and growth of our residential students. We are primarily looking for highly motivated individuals with a strong work ethic who can help maintain the integrity of our housing facilities while building community.
Benefits of Being an RA
Support others while you set the tone for a great year in your hall
Obtain the RA scholarship which covers your entire room-and-board expenses and a portion of your tuition
Participate in leadership development opportunities through orientations, training, and RA Connect (a biweekly RA class)
Receive mentoring and discipleship by your Resident Director (RD)
RA Selection for 2019-20 Academic Year
Oct. 23, 2018: 7 p.m. | LaHaye Event Space | RA interest meeting, applications are posted
Nov. 9, 2018: Application and personal evaluations are due by 12 p.m.
Mar. 1, 2019: RA Fall 2019 placements are announced
You must maintain a growing relationship with Jesus Christ, demonstrated by a lifestyle of integrity.
You must be a student of Liberty University in good standing in both academics and conduct.
You must be enrolled at Liberty during the RA application process.
Your cumulative GPA (including Fall 2018) must be 2.5 or above to apply.
You may not apply if you have obtained 12 or more points during the current semester (Fall 2018). Past discipline records may be considered during the application process as well.
You must have the availability to carry out the RA responsibilities.
You may not student-teach or be a junior Nursing major either the Fall or Spring semester of the 2019-20 school year.
Special evaluation will be given to applicants in certain academic programs that may pose a significant challenge to successfully completing the RA duties (i.e. Nursing, Business Policy).
RAs for the 2019-20 school year may not participate in extracurricular activities (i.e. athletic teams, debate, marching band) that conflict with RA duties and responsibilities.
RAs are required to remain on campus during key times of the year known as blackout days. These include but are not limited to RA Training in August, Leadership Banquets, CFAW, Spring Orientation, Graduation, etc.