Liberty Online in Español

LUO offers classes to Spanish speaking students

Breaking down walls—Spanish speaking student Ismael Pineda visits the LUO website.

Liberty University Online, in partnership with the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference is now offering classes available in Spanish. Beginning in the fall of 2010, Spanish-speaking students joined LU Online to get their degrees from Liberty University in programs such as an advanced certificate in Biblical Studies, associate’s degree in arts in Religion, master’s degree in Christian Leadership, and master’s degree in Pastoral Counseling.

The Liberty University Online website is now equipped with information and resources to help Hispanic online students register online.

Also a “Chat Live” button allows you to instant message a bilingual information assistant to answer any questions about the mysteries of online learning.

Liberty Online is offering a variety of financial aid to students who are interested in these new programs. The detailed LU Online webpage offers help for students to “Complete the 6 Steps for Financial Aid.”

Members of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference can receive additional financial help.

“We have lowered our tuition for these programs, making it very affordable for every student and family member of the NHCLC,” said Orlando Lobaina, Executive Director for Liberty University En Español.

The Liberty Online Ministries’ website has expressed a sense of family with online and residential students in their statement, “Liberty Online Ministries is committed to providing our Liberty Family both online and residential with spiritual resources that will encourage and strengthen you and your family.” And now that family is expanding in new ways.

The new division of Liberty University Online is breaking down walls previously separating the Spanish-speaking world from Liberty’s Bible-based classes.

“As a Christian university, all of our bilingual courses will provide the Christian foundation that families and adults expect from Liberty,” Lobaina said. “There is an excitement about the impact this new initiative will have on our online student body.”

To find more information about Liberty Online in Spanish, visit or call (866) 504-7540.

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