Our support system will help prepare you for your legal career and will also help meet your academic, emotional, spiritual, and physical needs while you study law at Liberty.
The Academic Support Program and the Center for Legal Writing are available to help enhance your academic skills, while the Office of Student Affairs is here to offer support and encouragement in the other areas of your student life. In addition, our supportive professors will challenge you to learn, perform and succeed. You will also be assigned a mentor who will help you find and take advantage of all the academic resources the law school has to offer.
If you are a new student, please contact our office before arriving on campus. We can answer your questions regarding the law school and your transition to Lynchburg, Va.
- Academic Support
- Career and Professional Development
- Center for Legal Writing
- Computer Information and Resources
- Title IX
Liberty University and Lynchburg offer many activities to help you balance your rigorous studies with everyday life.
While enrolled in the Law School, you can also take advantage of the many recreational activities and facilities offered by Liberty University.
Various dining options are available at numerous locations on the main campus and in Green Hall where the School of Law is located. Resident and commuter meal plans are available.
All on-campus students at Liberty University are issued a Flames Pass, the official campus ID card. The Flames Pass is used to access Flames Cash, meal plans, door access, athletic events, LaHaye Student Union and other campus events. You can apply for a Flames Pass by visiting the ID & Campus Services Office. Here, you must inform the staff in the Flames Pass office of your status as an incoming law student. A government-issued photo ID must be presented to receive a Flames Pass.
As a Liberty Law student, you have access to the Law Student Handbook and are responsible for reviewing and following the law school policies and procedures found in it. Failure to comply with the policies and procedures may result in disciplinary action and, in some cases, dismissal from law school.
Neither Liberty University nor Liberty University School of Law offers health insurance coverage to students and their families. However, law students may obtain partial health coverage through the American Bar Association’s Law School Division. To acquire information about the available insurance plans and/or to apply for coverage, law students should visit the American Bar Association’s Law School Division insurance benefit website. Contact the Liberty Law ABA Student Representative of the SBA if further assistance is needed.
Student Health Fee
Your physical and emotional well-being directly impacts not only your academic performance, but also every aspect of your life here at Liberty Law. Having convenient access to the health care you need, as well as preventative care, can make all the difference.
Liberty University and its counseling program will be partnering with nationally recognized CVFP-Medical Group to provide students with quality medical and mental health services, health promotion, and preventive care. A $160 student health fee built into tuition and fees each semester will cover a wide variety of services in our Student Health Center, including:
- Physician, nurse practitioner, and physician’s assistant office visits
- Acute care visits
- In-office lab tests and diagnostics (including blood draws, EKGs, and basic X-rays)
- Annual physicals
- Chronic disease management for asthma, diabetes, auto-immune disorders, and other long-term conditions
- Coordination of care with specialists
- Preventive care visits
- Nutritional and health coaching
- Up to six counseling sessions per year
- Unlimited visits to the Student Health Center
BankMobile is Liberty University’s refund management provider for the disbursement of financial refunds. For more information about BankMobile, visit this link: https://bankmobiledisbursements.com/refundchoicessso/
Mailboxes and Lockers
Student mailboxes and lockers are assigned in August following orientation. As an enrolled student, you will be assigned a mailbox in the Student Café and can request the use of a locker by contacting the Director of Student Affairs.
Parking and Transportation
You must register your motor vehicle with Liberty University Police Department and display a valid parking permit on your vehicle. The type of parking permit indicates where you may park. Liberty University Transit Services provides free transportation to many locations on and off-campus with a stop just outside the law school entrance.
The Liberty University Police Department provides 24-hour patrol protection of police, security, and emergency medical services to the campus, parking lots, residence halls, and other properties owned or controlled by the university.
Liberty’s Barnes and Noble campus bookstore is located on main campus. It features a café, an outdoor patio area and sells textbooks, leisure books, and more. Buy online or in our store.