General Admissions Scholarships
Confirmation Deposit Scholarships
Qualifications: Apply to Liberty University and submit a $250 Confirmation Deposit before the deadline.
Amount: $1,000 for 1st year; $2,000 for 2nd year; $2,500 for 3rd year; $3,000 for 4th year.
Early Deposit Award
Qualifications: Apply to Liberty University and submit a $250 Confirmation Deposit before the deadline; scholarship amount decreases incrementally the later the deposit is placed.
Amount: Up to $2,000 awarded to first year of enrollment (varies depending on date of deposit).
Qualifications: Apply to Liberty University and submit a $250 Confirmation Deposit before the deadline. For the Pastor Scholarship, an online form is filled out to confirm your church attendance, or a Liberty alumnus may fill out an Alumni Scholarship certificate which you may forward to the Office of Admissions on your behalf.
Amount: $500 per year for 4 years.
Qualifications: Complete the 4 A's of Admissions (including paying your $250 Confirmation Deposit) by the early deadlines of the Priority Program, and you will be entered into a drawing for one of four scholarships!
Amount: Between $5,000 - Full Tuition (varies by deadline)
Financial Check-In Scholarship
New Student Book Dollars
Qualifications: Apply to Liberty University AND complete Financial Check-In before the deadline.
Amount: Up to $600 for the first semester only. (Varies depending on date of Financial Check-In) Financial Check-In secures your enrollment at Liberty University.
Qualifications: Students must apply to Liberty University and send their transcripts and test scores to determine eligibility for academic scholarships. If a student is eligible, academic scholarships are automatically awarded after the student has paid their $250 Confirmation Deposit and submitted their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Amount: See the Academic Scholarship Award Amount chart
Scholarships within the university:
For a comprehensive list of scholarships offered for Liberty University's Resident Undergraduate program, please visit our Financial Aid Scholarships page.
Scholarships outside the university:
The Student Advocate Office at Liberty University gives students the tools they need to locate outside scholarships during CFAW and Orientation events. For helpful information on locating scholarships outside the university, you can also take advantage of principles offered in Scholarship Search 101.
Private Education Affiliation Scholarships:
Liberty University offers several scholarships in affiliation with private elementary/secondary schools. For more information on these scholarships, see the Private Education Affiliation Scholarships page.