RESIDENT ADMISSIONS Livecasts

Join us this semester as the Admissions office and other departments give live presentations about everything Liberty Admissions! Our livecast series is designed to give you the information you need about our enrollment process as well as life at Liberty. By attending one of these sessions, you will be able to hear directly from one of our representatives as they present information about a certain area of admissions and give you an opportunity to have your questions answered. Mark your calendars, we would love to connect with you!

Upcoming Livecasts:

FINANCIAL AID Q&A

February 18, 2016 7:00PM EST

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Hosted by the Financial Aid Office

Parents and students are encouraged to file their taxes early in the year and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We field questions every day from families concerning the FAFSA and the verification process. This livecast will instruct students and parents in the basics of college financial aid with time for questions at the end!

SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH 101

February 25, 2016 7:00PM EST

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Hosted by the Student Advocate Office

While institutional scholarships are a fantastic way to fund your education, there are many scholarships on the internet that go unclaimed and other sources of which many students are unaware. This livecast will teach you the tools and skills needed to search for those scholarships and contribute to your financial aid!

THE HOMESCHOOL ADVANTAGE

March 10, 2016 7:00PM EST

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Hosted by Senior Admissions Counselor Austin Lake

Are you a homeschool student applying to Liberty? Then this livecast is for you! Liberty knows the value of a homeschool education and we would like to partner with you. Learn how to navigate the admissions process as a homeschool student as well as benefits that you can use to your advantage.

THE 4 A'S OF ADMISSIONS

March 17, 2016 7:00PM EST

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Hosted by Admissions Counselor Rachel Walker

Two more admissions steps and you will be moving into your residence hall! After being accepted and moving forward with financial aid, the last two A's will help a student secure their place at Liberty and make choices regarding class registration and housing. This livecast will guide you through the process to prepare you for attendance at the world's largest Christian university.

TRANSFERRING TO LIBERTY

March 24, 2016 7:00PM EST

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Hosted by Admissions Counselor Katie Towns

Transferring colleges can be a stressful process, but Liberty would like to make the transition as smooth as possible. Hear from a former transfer student about our transfer process, credit evaluation, and ways to get plugged in to student life at Liberty! This livecast will also explain different offices at Liberty that are dedicated to your success, like our Commuter Affairs and Student Advocate offices.

CLASS REGISTRATION

April 14, 2016 7:00PM EST

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Hosted by Admissions Counselor TJ Edwards

Registering for classes can be one of the most exciting and yet most daunting parts of the admissions process. Thankfully, Liberty has multiple resources to assist you with registration, such as suggested course sequences and a team of advisors to make sure you stay on track towards the degree of your choice. This livecast will go over each of the resources at your disposal and walk you through the essential steps to completing your class schedule.

SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH 101

April 28, 2016 7:00PM EST

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Hosted by the Student Advocate Office

While institutional scholarships are a fantastic way to fund your education, there are many scholarships on the internet that go unclaimed and other sources of which many students are unaware. This livecast will teach you the tools and skills needed to search for those scholarships and contribute to your financial aid!

PREPARING FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS

May 12, 2016 7:00PM EST

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Hosted by Admissions Counselor Ricky Maldonado

Many students may not yet be old enough to apply to Liberty University, but this does not mean that they should not be thinking about college. Join us for this livecast as we discuss ways to begin preparing for college, including study and test skills, extracurricular activities, visiting colleges, and searching for scholarships.

Watch a previous livecast here!