Planning on how to pay for college can be challenging. We’re here to help guide you through the financial aid process and provide assistance with your student account. Don’t stress about student finances, you’ll have enough to do, like hanging out with friends and studying for your classes.
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Financial Aid Opportunities
You must have a FAFSA on file to receive most Liberty aid and all federal aid.
Middle America Scholarship
- Net Price Calculator (2020-2021)
- Consumer Information
- Non-discrimination Statement and Title IX Information
- Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Student Loan Consumer Information
Liberty University, as permitted by federal regulation [34 CFR 668.41], electronically disseminates consumer information, including the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act information. Upon request, the institution will provide a free paper copy. Anyone signing or processing financial aid forms or seeking information or assistance at Liberty University must read, understand, and comply with the requirements disclosed, which are available 24 hours a day at www.Liberty.edu/ConsumerInfo.
Announcement: Looking for a Federal Work Study Position?
The Financial Aid Office is currently hiring for off-campus mentoring and tutoring positions. Whether mentoring local middle school and high school students as part of the Beacon of Hope program or tutoring children at the Jubilee Family Development Center, there are several opportunities to invest in our community through local partnerships. To find and apply for a position that fits your unique interests and goals, please click the links above or visit the Human Resources Student Work webpage.
Federal Work Study funding is need-based aid, meaning your eligibility is determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If you have additional questions about the program or to determine if you qualify for the Federal Work Study Program, please visit Liberty.edu/WorkStudy or email email@example.com.