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Make your college tuition more affordable with scholarships. Review the Liberty scholarship packages below, and apply to all that you are eligible for. The earlier you act, the more scholarship opportunities are available.


You must have a FAFSA on file to receive most Liberty aid and all federal aid. If you are selected for FAFSA Verification, you must complete the verification process before being awarded any financial aid.

  • View Aid Disbursement Processes
  • Liberty discounts are applied beginning with the term in which you are approved (they cannot be used toward prior terms).
  • Most full-tuition scholarships cannot be combined with the standard Confirmation Scholarship package (Early Deposit Award, Book Dollars, and Champion Award – as eligible).
  • Unless otherwise specified in award eligibility criteria, resident scholarships are for prospective, full-time, undergraduate students.

Featured Scholarship

Middle America Scholarship

Liberty’s Middle America Scholarship helps supplement working families and their children with aid that would not normally be available to them. For families earning typically between $35,000 and $95,000, this program could provide over $5,000 in need-based aid for their students every year. Learn more about the Middle America Scholarship.

Resident Undergraduate Scholarships
Resident Graduate Scholarships

Children of Fallen Heroes

Award: Maximum Pell Grant for the academic year Eligibility: Must be a Pell Grant eligible student whose parent or guardian died in the line of duty while performing as a public safety officer while the student was 24 years of age or younger or enrolled at an institution of higher education at the time of his or her parent’s or guardian’s death. Email financialaid@liberty.edu to receive full documentation and eligibility details.

Heroes Fund Scholarship

Award: The Heroes Fund Scholarship (HFS) is offered to service members and honorably discharged Gulf War veterans (1990-present day which includes Desert Shield, Desert Storm, OEF & OIF) pursuing their first Certificate, Associate’s, Bachelor’s, or Master’s degree. Students approved for this scholarship will be awarded an amount to cover all remaining tuition and fees once financial aid and military aid have been deducted from the total amount of tuition and fees charged. Eligibility

  • Be a recipient of the prestigious Purple Heart or
  • Rated 50-100% disabled by the Department of Veterans Affairs for a “combat-related” Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or
  • Rated 50-100% disabled by the Department of Veterans Affairs for “combat-related” injury, illness, or condition or
  • A spouse was killed in action during one of the Gulf Wars

To view full eligibility requirements, please visit our Heroes Fund Scholarship web page. Application: Students wishing to apply for the Heroes Fund Scholarship are required to submit the documentation itemized on the Heroes Fund Scholarship: Application Process web page. A complete HFS application will include all of the general document requirements, as well as the appropriate qualifying documents, and any additional supporting documents that are determined as needed.

Keesee Scholarship

Award: Variable scholarship amount Eligibility: Details regarding eligibility and deadlines available here.

Virginia: Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship

Award: based on tuition and fees and an allowance for books/supplies Eligibility:

  • Must currently be a Virginia domiciled resident
  • Must not have moved to Virginia for purposes of attending post-secondary school
  • Must have been a Virginia domiciled resident between 1954 and 1964 and:
  • A student in qualifying public school systems closed to avoid desegregation; and Unable to begin, continue, or complete your public school education during this time; or
  • Relocated within or outside of Virginia to begin, continue, or complete your public school education during these years due to a school closing to avoid desegregation; or
  • Ineligible to attend a private academy or foundation, in- or out-of-state established to circumvent desegregation; or
  • Unable to pursue postsecondary education opportunities or training because of the inability to obtain a high school diploma or its equivalency
  • Rawlings School of Divinity and theological academic programs are not eligible
Liberty University Online (LUO) Scholarships

General Scholarship Rule (GSR)

Your combined federal grants, state grants, and Liberty aid cannot exceed the combined cost of actual tuition and Tier 2 room and standard board charges (see basic cost page). For commuter students, the GSR calculation only includes the cost of tuition since there is no room and board charge, which means federal grants, state grants, and Liberty aid cannot exceed the actual cost of tuition. If the combined aid exceeds the total cost as specified, Liberty aid will be reduced to resolve the excess aid. The Federal Pell Grant is not included as a factor in the GSR for Resident students. All Liberty aid is subject to the GSR.

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.

Liberty University reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of any scholarship at any time at its discretion, as well as suspend or terminate any scholarships.

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 Web site at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.