International admissions - Canadian

Liberty offers many degree options for Canadian undergraduate students, and offers scholarship opportunities to make your tuition costs affordable. View the Canadian Cost Breakdown for more information. Canadian students at Liberty have many opportunities to participate in great recreational activities, including men's and women's ice hockey teams. To get a real taste of the college experience, visit Liberty during College for a Weekend. Apply to Liberty today!

If you have any questions, please contact the Canadian Admissions Counselor.

Step 1: Apply & Confirm
Step 2: Accept
Step 3: ASIST
Step 4: Attend

Step 1: Apply NOW!

  • Complete International Application (online) OR (printable)

  • Send Admissions Essay

  • Send Transcripts:

    • Official High School Transcripts, unless the student has 60 or more hours transferred from college.

    • Official College transcripts from all colleges/universities attended

  • Affidavit of Financial Support 2015-2016 - A sponsor letter and bank letter are required.  (Note: Canadian students must also provide documentation of support for expenses including books and miscellaneous expenses.)

  • Passport: Send a photocopy of the photo page of your passport that includes your birth date and the expiration date of your passport to or fax to (434) 522-0430.

  • Pay your $250 Confirmation Deposit

    • Pay online: Online Confirmation Deposit

    • Pay by phone: Call the Admissions Office at 1-800-543-5317 to make a phone payment (Mon-Fri 8am-9pm and Sat 10am-6pm ET)

Additional items needed when transferring from within the U.S.:

Step 2: Accept

Upon receipt of Acceptance letter

Step 3: ASIST

Step 4: Attend

  • Submit your picture for your Flames Pass (this serves as your student ID). Review the Flames Pass photo requirements.

  • Notify us of your Travel Arrangements if you need to be picked up at the Lynchburg airport.

  • If you have not already, arrange to have your Final and Official High School and College (if you attended) Transcripts sent to the International Admissions Office for admissions purposes.

  • Attend Canadian Student Orientation.

Can't find the document you're looking for? Try the Admissions Forms & Downloads page.