Commuter Resources & Tips
Join us in our newly renovated student lounge exclusively serving off-campus students! Come enjoy a free cup of coffee while you study or hang out with friends. Don’t miss out on the other events and opportunities we host in the lounge!
Visit the Off-Campus Housing page to find a place to live off-campus.
Transportation and Parking
View the Transit Services Bus Routes page for more information on commuter bus routes. The Liberty University Police Department will be able to provide you with information regarding, parking summaries and registering your vehicle.
Commuter Bus Routes
View the Commuter Student Life Transportation and Parking page for information on the commuter bus routes.
The Commuter Student Association offers members opportunities to serve and attend fun events, engage in philanthropic activities in the local community, participate in leadership training, and connect with other off-campus students in a community environment.
Are you a new graduate student looking to get connected? Join the Peer-to-Peer Transitional Mentorship program to meet other grads!
LU Commuter Community Groups are groups led by Community Shepherds and designed to give commuters similar spiritual connectivity as on-campus residential students. These groups, which are centered around Campus Community, are set up as either male, female or co-ed.
Commuter Orientation is required for all students moving off-campus. You can view and complete New Commuter Orientation in your Blackboard.
- Commuter Qualifications — Find out how to qualify for off-campus living, how to apply, and more.