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Welcome Transfer Students!

This page is designed to provide you with pertinent information as you begin your first semester here.  As a transfer student, connections you establish for your college life in these first days and weeks at Liberty are vital for a positive transition.

We know you have questions based on your previous college or university experience, and we want to get you started on the path to academic success. You'll meet key people who can help you navigate this major transition in your academic career. 

  •  New Student Seminar will be held Friday, Aug. 15, 2014. If this pertains to you, please visit the New Student Seminar page for further details.
  • Specific locations and times will be listed in the Spring 2014 Welcome Week Booklet and posted online mid-fall.
  • See Fall 2014 New Student Welcome Letter

What is New Student Seminar?

  • New Student Seminar is a one-day class designed to facilitate academic, spiritual and social development and provide interaction with faculty/staff to introduce high academic expectations prior to the start of the student's first semester at Liberty University.

What New Student Seminar activities will I attend?

  • Thursday, Aug. 14, you will attend the Transfer Student Orientation from 3-5 p.m.
     
  • Friday, Aug. 15, you will attend:
  1. Technically, You're Right
  2. Welcome & Worship
  3. This is Going to Hurt you More Than It Hurts Me
  4. A Fail-proof Plan for Success
  5. Take My Word For It!
  6. Academic Meet & Greet
  • Specific locations and times will be listed in the Fall 2014 Welcome Week Booklet and posted online mid-summer.

Start learning about life at Liberty:

Computer Assessment Unless you transferred in a class which satisfied INFT 110, you must take a computer assessment.  Use the link on the left for more information on this required assessment. 
New Student Video

 

See an amazing overview of Liberty's vision and why current students believe choosing Liberty was the best choice they ever made.

Academics



 
If you're unsure of what you want to major in, you might want to review the full list of academic majors or consider taking Focus2, an online assessment that could help you select the right major for you. Then, you can learn how to officially declare your major.
Spiritual Life

 
Learn how you will connect with God through Campus Church services and awesome convocations on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and special missions opportunities.
Campus Recreation You'll be amazed when you see how many opportunities Liberty offers for you to get involved, stay fit, and have fun!
Student Affairs


 
Learn all about living in the Liberty community with the Liberty Way, Liberty dress code for men and women, and meet the staff of the Student Conduct Office, the Student Care Office, the Center for Multicultural Enrichment and more!
Student Housing
 
Find out more about the different styles of residence halls and apartments on campus, and the Student Leadership provided.
LU Dining Services

 
Check out the 15 different locations across campus where you can eat and learn why you can't complain about bad food here at Liberty!
International Students Service Center
 
We presently enroll over 900 international students from over 82 foreign countries.
Center for Multicultural Enrichment
 
The Center for Multicultural Enrichment provides information and advocacy for students from various ethnic backgrounds through programs and services that promote unity and celebrate cultural diversity at Liberty University and in Central Virginia.
Parent Programs



 

Liberty's Parent Programs Office prepares and guides parents during the transitional phase of becoming a supportive Liberty parent and provides information regarding University resources, campus events and activities.