July 21, 2010 : By Liberty University News Service
For the third year in a row Liberty University is capping its fall resident enrollment. The university will welcome just over 12,000 students to its Lynchburg, Va., campus in August.
“We continue to have tremendous support for the resident campus experience and are blessed to close again early,” said Chris Johnson, Liberty’s vice president for Enrollment Management. “Students continue to select Liberty as their first-choice college option.”
Effective immediately, no additional undergraduate applications or confirmation deposits will be taken for the Fall 2010 semester. A waiting list will be created to fill any residential slots that become available.
New students will begin moving into the residence halls Aug.17 and classes will begin Aug. 23.
For more information on the residential enrollment waiting list, call the Admissions Office at (800) 543-5317.
Liberty University Online is still accepting applications for its fall semester courses.