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Understanding the Process

There are a lot of complicated processes in life — the college admissions process shouldn’t be one of them. Neither should the financial aid process.

So, great news! Once you apply to Liberty, you’ll receive an individualized Student Checklist that will guide you from admission to graduation, walking you through every form, process, and step along the way.


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Who can apply to Liberty University?

  • High school second semester sophomores, juniors, and seniors
  • Transfer students

What are the admission requirements?

How can I apply?

  • Online
  • Through Live Chat
  • Over the phone with an admission counselor.
  • To reach a counselor, call (800) 543-5317 Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (EST).

Is there an application fee?

What other steps do I need to take before I can get accepted?

Why is it important to claim my Liberty account before I’m accepted?

  • Your Liberty account will give you access to your individualized Student Checklist, which will walk you through every step you need to take to get accepted, registered, and ready for your first semester as a freshman or transfer student.
  • It will also be your main form of communication with the university. You’ll receive emails about scholarship opportunities, deadlines, and other important information, so make sure to check your inbox regularly. 

Acceptance

Once you’ve been accepted, get excited! You’re coming to Liberty! And there are just a few more things to take care of:

How do I receive financial aid?

(Remember that your student checklist will help you through all of these processes.)

How do I get ready for my first semester?

  • Complete your math and English assessments (these will help us place you in the right classes)
  • Register for courses
  • Buy your textbooks
  • Create a FERPA pin
  • Get your Flames Pass
  • Complete your health form

Important numbers to know:

SAT (Liberty Code: 5385) 

ACT (Liberty Code: 4364)

FAFSA (Liberty code: 010392)


Important terms to know:

ASIST

A.S.I.S.T. stands for Automated Student Information Services Tool. This is Liberty’s internal system that helps you:

  • Keep your personal information up-to-date
  • Register for classes
  • Complete Financial Check-In (FCI)
  • Monitor your student records

Enrollment (or “Confirmation”) Deposit:

Most schools to require some sort of deposit during the enrollment process — that’s normal. Some use it as a firm RSVP, others apply it toward housing or something similar.

At Liberty, your Enrollment Deposit gives you access to additional scholarship funds — possibly up to $10,000 worth! And the earlier you submit it, the more benefits you have available.

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FERPA PIN (Personal Identification Number)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records.

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20180427 1880JR

 

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

In order to be considered for federal grants, work study, loans, or Liberty University scholarships, you must submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

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Financial Check-In (FCI)

FCI is how you process your payment for each semester. When you complete it, you will:

  • Confirm your course schedule
  • Secure your housing
  • Choose your dining option

The earlier you complete FCI, the more payment plan options are available.

 

Flames Pass:

Your Flames pass is your official student ID card. You’ll use it…

  • As a key to get into your dorm
  • To pay for meals
  • To do laundry
  • To check out library books
  • As a bus pass
  • To get into campus activities and athletic events

Flames Pass:

Your Flames pass is your official student ID card. You’ll use it…

  • As a key to get into your dorm
  • To pay for meals
  • To do laundry
  • To check out library books
  • As a bus pass
  • To get into campus activities and athletic events
Flames Pass

Your Flames pass is your official student ID card. You’ll use it…

  • As a key to get into your dorm
  • To pay for meals
  • To do laundry
  • To check out library books
  • As a bus pass
  • To get into campus activities and athletic events