Get Your Questions Answered as a Future Residential Graduate Student
Preparing for graduate school is an exciting time in your professional career.
As you get ready for this new endeavor, it’s important for you to have the answers you need to make informed decisions.
Find general information regarding your life as a graduate student at Liberty University below or call (434) 592-4044 during normal business hours with any questions you may have.
We look forward to serving you and welcoming you to the Liberty family!
Tuition and Fees
- Resident students are responsible to pay the activity fee (in addition to tuition).
- John W. Rawlings School of Divinity students pay an additional activity fee. Please review the cost of tuition.
All admission requirements are specific to the degree for which you are applying. Your personalized Student Checklist is available to you once you have applied and claimed your myLU account. You can also view each degree program’s requirements on our degree program page.
Graduate students are permitted to live on campus if they are under age 25 and not married. They must follow the Liberty Way and all rules pertaining to residence hall living.
Housing Options in the Lynchburg Area
Graduate and commuter students can purchase a commuter meal plan for each semester through Financial Check-In (FCI) or by visiting The Food Court at Reber-Thomas main office. View more information about Commuter Dining Plans.
Once you have completed Financial Check-in (FCI) and course registration is available, you can register for courses. To view helpful registration tips, check out our tutorials.
Current undergraduate students are permitted to take graduate-level courses before completing their undergraduate degree for dual enrollment credit when they have no more than 9 credit hours remaining in their undergraduate degree (this includes courses in progress).
Students can submit dual enrollment requests using the dual enrollment request form. After submitting a request, it is easy to check the approval status there as well.
Students who complete dual enrollment courses save an average of $1,600 per course of future graduate school tuition costs!