Liberty University Military Students
Service. Integrity. Honor.
These are virtues you’ve built your life around. They drive you to work hard, press on, and meet challenges with grit and determination for the sake of those who count on you.
These values drive us, too. At Liberty University, it’s our privilege to serve those entrusted to us, and we work hard to ensure that those who have dedicated their lives to the good of others can continue to succeed — in any field.
How Much Will My Education Cost?
Your GI Bill®, Tuition Assistance, and other military education benefits are designed to help you succeed both in military and civilian life, so we want to help you make the most of them.
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Application fees are waived for service members and veterans, and additional tuition discounts are available for First Responders. Please review our Military Tuition Discounts for additional information. For detailed information on financial and academic resources you can review our consumer information for military students.
How Long Will it Take to Get My Degree?
You’ve already shown that you can rise to any challenge and meet it with determination and grit, so we’ll work with you to see how your current knowledge or military training can count toward your future career.
At Liberty, you can transfer in up to 75% of a bachelor’s degree and up to 50% of a master’s degree. Additionally, you can potentially earn college credit for your military experience so you can finish your degree faster.
Connect with us to get your free evaluation of military training and experience for college credit.
Do I Qualify for Liberty’s Military Benefits?
Service is important to us, so whether you’re currently serving in the Armed Forces, have served, or are married to someone with military experience (military spouse as defined by Liberty University), we’re here to serve you. See specific criteria on our Military Benefits Guide.
Liberty’s military benefits are available to:
- Active Duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces
- Reserve/National Guard
- Spouses of service members and veterans/retirees
- Current Department of Defense employees
“We in the military understand what personal sacrifice is.
The valor, the character, the selflessness, the commitment that we all must give to our country is what you brought to the education process.
There are people all around the globe right now, military members, taking the God-given character that you have and applying it to their education, and we are so proud of you.”
– Dr. Steven Keith
Director of the Liberty University Center for Chaplaincy
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Liberty University accredited?
Yes, Liberty University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. This is the regional accrediting body for southern states. Many of our programs are further recognized by other professional organizations and field-specific accrediting agencies.
Is Liberty University a Yellow Ribbon school?
Yes, but you most likely won’t need it! Most online students who are eligible for Yellow Ribbon are not likely to need this additional coverage due to Liberty’s low tuition costs.
Will courses fit around my schedule?
Yes! Nearly all courses are structured in an 8-week format and there are 8 start dates per year. There are also no set login times for class, so you can do your coursework on your own schedule.
Is Liberty a religious school?
We are a Christian university and we teach from a biblical worldview. We believe this focus on biblical values sets our students apart from their peers — in fact, many employers seek out our students because of their reputation for trustworthiness and ethics. Students from other faith backgrounds are welcome to study with us, and many find the experience of engaging with a different worldview personally enriching.
Are there any entrance exams?
No. There are no standardized test requirements if you meet admission requirements.
*GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.