International Undergraduate Admissions

Liberty University is changing lives, one degree at a time. Liberty is also changing the world, one international student at a time: we presently enroll over 900 international students from 80 foreign countries.

Liberty offers many degree options for international undergraduate students, and offers financial aid to make your tuition costs affordable.


Step 1: Apply

The following documents are required in order to be eligible for admission to Liberty University:

  • Completed international application (online) OR (printable)

  • Affidavit of Financial Support

  • High school transcripts or a secondary education completion certificate with a graduation date plus examination results. Applicants whose final high school transcript is not in English must submit both an official transcript from their educational institution along with an official English translation of the transcript. Applicants may also be required to submit their high school transcripts to an accredited credential evaluation service.

  • College transcripts (if any). Any college transcript from an educational institution outside of the US must be officially translated into English and submitted to a credential evaluation service accredited by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).

  • Test of English Proficiency. If English is not your primary language submit one of the following tests:

Test Score
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) 61
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 6.0
Pearson Test of English (PTE) 51
International Test of English Proficiency (iTEP) 3.6
  • Passport. Please send a photocopy of the photo picture page of your passport that includes your birth date and the expiration date of your passport. Please email a copy to fax to our office at (434) 522-0430.                                      
  • SAT or ACT college entrance exam score report. Not required for admission purposes but may be essential for obtaining a Student Visa in your country. The mid-range score for admission is 950-1170 for SAT (math and critical reading) and 20-26 for ACT (composite).
  • Admissions Essay

  • $250 Confirmation Deposit

    • Pay online: Online Confirmation Deposit
    • Pay by phone: Call the Admissions Office at 1-800-543-5317 to make a phone payment (Mon-Fri 8am-9pm and Sat 10am-6pm ET) 

Additional items needed when transferring from another school within the U.S.:

Step 2: Accept (upon receipt of acceptance letter)

Step 3: ASIST (Automated System Information Services Tool)

Step 4: Attend

  • Submit your picture for your Flames Pass (this serves as your student ID)

  • Email your counselor notification of your travel arrangements in order to be picked up at the Lynchburg airport, bus, or train station.

  • Request all high school and college transcripts to be sent to the International Admissions Office for final review.

  • Attend International Student Orientation

Can't find the document you're looking for? Try the Admissions Forms & Downloads page.