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Liberty’s Free Unofficial Transfer Consultation Helps You Take the First Step

Do you need more information before you’re ready to apply? Liberty University’s transcript evaluation process is free and easy for unofficial transfer consultations. If you are looking into one of Liberty’s online degree programs, you can get a free college consultation and see how your previous credits line up with the new program.

We pride ourselves on having a flexible and practical credit transfer process that will help you get the most out of your previous courses and training. Since we know that how well your credit hours transfer is a big part of your decision to pursue your online degree, we provide our free consultation of your unofficial transcripts. We also offer online college advising to help you find the best degree for your needs.

Through this unofficial evaluation, we will give you a general idea of what to expect for the official transcript evaluation of your transfer credits and what steps to expect for college admissions. We will also determine how many courses you may still need to finish your chosen online degree program and provide guidance on how to receive credit for training and other experience.

At Liberty University, we are happy to help you take the first step toward your education goals through our online undergraduate and graduate certificate programs and our many online college degrees.

For more information on transfer policies and procedures, you may also want to visit our LUO Transfer Student page.


How to Request Liberty University’s Unofficial Transcript Consultation

Liberty’s online transfer credit evaluation process is easy and step-by-step:

Step 1: Collect Your Transcripts

Collect all your transcripts from any previously attended colleges or universities. We accept unofficial and official transcripts for evaluation.

Step 2: Apply Now Or Submit An Unofficial Transfer Consultation Form

Determine your status with Liberty University’s online programs. Have you submitted your application to an online degree program at Liberty University?

  • Yes
    • Submit your transcripts, and we will evaluate them for credit upon receipt.
    • Please call (800) 424-9595 to speak with the admissions department to request an Unofficial Transfer Consultation.
    • For more details about unofficial and official transcripts, please visit our transcript request page.
  • No

Step 3: Submit Your Transcripts

Submit your transcripts and forms. Unofficial transcripts may be faxed to (888) 301-3577 or emailed to luoverify@liberty.edu. Official college transcripts should be mailed to the following address:

Liberty University Online Admissions Verification
1971 University Blvd.
Lynchburg, VA 24515

Do you need help preparing your unofficial transcripts? Follow these instructions.

Please note: International transcripts must be translated into English before submission.

Step 4: Receive Your Results

Receive your results. Your course-by-course evaluation will be emailed to you. Please note: If you have already claimed your LU account, then it will be sent there. 

Your results and copies of documents are saved in our system when you apply. Contact an admissions counselor for more details or to apply online today!


Frequently Asked Questions

While you wait for your free college credit transfer evaluation, you may have many questions about how Liberty University’s official transcript evaluation works, or how online classes can help you meet your career goals. Below are some common questions about Liberty’s transcript evaluation process and how Liberty’s transfer credits work for you.

Can I apply for a doctorate if I don’t have a master’s degree?

Can Liberty’s online transcript request get my transcript if I have a balance?

Can you transfer classes from community college to Liberty University?

Can you transfer credits to an online college if you went to a residential campus?

Do Liberty University’s credits transfer to other colleges?

Is there an equivalency guide for what specific courses I might be credited?

Who can I talk to about online college requirements if I’m not a student yet?