Student Advocates are your point of contact for university questions, concerns, and issues. Many times students are unsure of the right starting point for a particular need; our advocates can assist you in connecting with the university resources that will best speak to those needs. Advocates are specialized by school, so you will meet with someone who is familiar with your adviser and other key factors impacting you. Our unique role provides an opportunity to listen to your story as a whole, and assess the next right steps for you. Student Advocates are also your first point of contact for course and university withdrawals. See our advocates listed below by school.
How do I make an appointment?
- Click the “Schedule an Appointment” button on this page and sign in to LUNetwork. Schedule an appointment
- Once you have clicked through the preliminary setup options, review the menu list on the left-hand side of the page and click “Counseling & Calendar”.
- Choose “Counseling Appointment”.
- In the drop down menu for “type”, scroll down to the “Advocate” options listed and choose your school (based on major).
- Complete the remainder of the form and submit the request.
- On the day of your appointment, come to CASAS in DeMoss 1100 and check in with the front receptionist.
What can I talk to my advocate about?
You can come to your advocate with any questions, concerns, or issues you have while you are a student here at Liberty University! If we don’t know the answer, we’ll help you find it! Our office is uniquely positioned to assist you in discovering what options and resources are available.
Specializations: School of Education, School of Music, Helms School of Government
Specialization: School of Health Sciences
Specialization: School of Engineering, College of Arts & Sciences
Specialization: School of Nursing, College of Applied Studies and Academic Success, School of Aeronautics
Specialization: School of Communication & the Arts