FAQ Liberty University welcomes applicants from all parts of Canada, the United States and abroad; our international students come from more than 75 different countries and make up nearly 8 percent of our resident student population. Since the inception of Liberty University in 1971, thousands of international students have graduated with degrees and have entered their chosen professions or careers. Many have returned to their home country, taking with them the knowledge, values, and skills received at Liberty and are now impacting their country for Christ. Others have found a new home in the U.S. through study and work.
The Liberty University Human Resource office assists all international faculty, staff and students with specific needs that include: tax treaties, social security numbers, H1B/EB work visa, individual tax identification numbers and a variety of other international services.
The International Student Center also provides many resources to international students and helps with F1 visa issues.