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WE ARE EXCITED THAT YOU ARE HERE AT LIBERTY UNIVERSITY FOR SUMMER ORIENTATION! Inside this booklet, you will find useful information that will guide you through today’s events, including your very first Liberty class, New Student Seminar (NSSR 101). While here, you will have the opportunity to complete all remaining enrollment steps, which will save you time when you come to campus in August. Our faculty and staff are looking forward to meeting you and introducing you to Liberty. We encourage you to take some time to familiarize yourself with our Student Code of Conduct at www.Liberty.edu/LibertyWay before coming to campus. We hope that you enjoy your time here. Welcome to the Liberty community!
TABLE OF CONTENTS ENROLLMENT ASSISTANCE CHECKLIST
THE DAY’S EVENTS
PREPARING FOR LIFE AT LIBERTY
COLLEGE CREDIT & COURSE PLACEMENT
COLLEGE-LEVEL TESTS FOR CREDIT 12 CONTACTS
DEMOSS HALL MAPS
GREEN HALL MAPS
Larry Hoezee, Ph.D. Executive Director Resident Enrollment Management
Please bear with us as we continue to improve your campus experience! See pages 20-29 for an expanded view of what’s happening.
ENROLLMENT ASSISTANCE CHECKLIST FINANCIAL CHECK-IN (FCI)
VISIT A MODEL RESIDENCE HALL
Secure your enrollment and receive parking information.
Check out our model residence halls at Main Campus 19 and East Campus 40-102 (Building 40, Suite 102).
STUDENT ACCOUNTS Meet with representatives from Student Accounts. HOUSING Confirm your housing assignment or receive general information.
LIBERTY DINING INFORMATION
CLASS REGISTRATION Meet with an academic advisor to select your classes for the fall at the main CASAS table. FLAMES PASS Have your photo taken for your Flames Pass, Liberty’s student ID card. Be sure to bring along a government-issued photo ID. COMPUTER ASSESSMENT Learn more about Liberty’s technology competency requirements. For more information, visit www.Liberty.edu/ComputerAssessment.
TEXTBOOKS/CAMPUS BOOKSTORE Stop by the Liberty University Barnes & Noble Bookstore to learn how to preorder your textbooks.
Receive information concerning meal plans and our on-campus dining options. WALK THROUGH YOUR FALL CLASS SCHEDULE Familiarize yourself with Liberty as you walk through your semester schedule. LIBERTY UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT (LUPD) PARKING QUESTIONS Hear from LUPD about the ins and outs of on-campus parking. QUESTIONS? Tweet your questions to us: @LibertyUSAO
THE DAY’S EVENTS Check-In and Service Fair Welcome Session
Meet representatives from Liberty’s departments and receive answers to your questions about the fall semester. You will be placed into an odd- or even-numbered group to determine your schedule.
Hear from university leaders, receive instructions for the day, and join your assigned group (odd or even).
MORNING AND AFTERNOON SESSIONS Attend the following sessions, depending on your group assignment (even or odd). See your schedule insert for details.
New Student Seminar (NSSR 101)
NSSR 101 is mandatory for all students and is a graduation requirement. Meet other classmates and learn what to expect as a Liberty student. Subjects covered include the following: • Academic support and advising • Campus safety • College expectations • The Liberty Way • Early career planning
Parent Orientation Session Enrollment Assistance
Campus Search 101 Jerry Falwell Library Tours Orientation Lunch Orientation Cookout & Games (optional)
Familiarize yourself with Liberty’s growing campus. Locate where your fall classes will meet, check out some of the new facilities, and identify other places of interest to you. Also, visit one of our model residence halls, East Campus 40-102 or Main Campus 19. Campus maps are on pages 20-29 of this booklet.
Tours of the new library and research skills classes are offered at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Space is limited!
Join us for lunch between 11:45 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. All guests are welcome to attend. Please note that orientation services will be closed from 12:30-1:30 p.m.
When the day’s events conclude, join our staff at the Liberty Baseball Stadium for a cookout and games! Tickets are $5 per person at Check-In or at the door.
Need assistance? Visit or call the Hancock Welcome Center at (434) 582-2064.
Parents, adjust to having a student at Liberty with essential information provided in this session: • Parent support • Important things every Liberty parent needs to know • Q&A: What it means to have a student at Liberty
We will make sure you are prepared for the fall semester by providing personalized assistance in completing admissions or registration requirements, including financial aid, Financial Check-In, class registration, housing, obtaining a Flames Pass, and more. 7
PREPARING FOR LIFE AT LIBERTY TO BRING OR NOT TO BRING The lists below include items which are supplied, allowed, or prohibited in the residence halls. University furniture may not be removed from the room. Plan accordingly with your roommate(s) to avoid duplicating items. Wall hangings may only be hung with push pins or tacks on dry wall, not cinder block. Use of tape or adhesive putty is at your own risk. Students are held responsible for any wall damage or discoloration. THINGS TO BRING • Bible • Pillow, sheets, blankets, mattress pad, storage crates for travel, flashlight with extra batteries • Laundry basket, drying rack, ironing board, iron, laundry detergent, fabric softener, quarters for laundry if living on Main Campus, shower shoes, a small sewing kit, safety pins • Rain jacket, umbrella, backpack • A computer, pens, pencils, pencil sharpener, ruler, calculator, stapler, tape, paper, envelopes, scissors, a dictionary and thesaurus, alarm clock, desk lamp, note cards, stamps, contact lens supplies, glasses, power strips with circuit breakers • Window cleaner, all-purpose cleaner, broom, trash can, trash bags • Bandages, hydrogen peroxide, antiseptic cream,
digital thermometer, over-the-counter pain reliever, cough drops, cold medicine, emergency medical information (provide information on insurance and family doctor, medical conditions, prescriptions used, and emergency contacts to your Resident Assistant (RA) as well) THINGS NOT TO BRING • Pets (except fish and hermit crabs) • Nails and tape that damage walls • Water beds • Hot plates, hot pots, sandwich makers, toasters, toaster ovens, indoor grills* • Multiple-plug outlets (except power strips), extension cords, tubular halogen light bulbs, torchiere-style halogen lamps, candles, space heaters, air conditioners *Permitted in East Campus residence halls only
MAIN CAMPUS SUPPLIED ITEMS (3-PERSON ROOMS) Three of each: desks, dressers, and beds Two closets, one sink with mirror, one window with blinds ANNEX, EAST CAMPUS, RESIDENTIAL COMMONS, AND QUADS SUPPLIED ITEMS (2- AND 3-PERSON ROOMS) One closet per room, window blinds, beds, dressers, desks, and chairs
THINGS TO BRING TO EAST CAMPUS, QUADS, ANNEX RESIDENCE HALLS, AND RESIDENTIAL COMMONS • Toilet paper, plunger, bathroom cleaning supplies, toilet shelf, trash cans and bags, mop, bucket, broom, vacuum cleaner • Plates, silverware, cups, pots and pans* • Bath mat, entry floor mat, area rugs *East Campus and The Quads
Please visit www.Liberty.edu/StudentHousing for details.
VEHICLE REGISTRATION All vehicles on campus must have a current Liberty University parking decal properly displayed. Decals will be available during Fall 2014 Welcome Week, Aug. 14-15. Passes for Summer Orientation are available at www.Liberty.edu/SummerOrientation. Additional parking and traffic regulations are listed online along with vehicle registration forms at www.Liberty.edu/LUPD. INSTITUTIONAL LIABILITY The university will not be responsible for damage to or loss of personal belongings, which are a result of fire, wind, water, insects, rodents, vandalism, or theft. However, when damage or loss is reported, the university will take reasonable steps to resolve the problem. Students are encouraged to make sure personal belongings are covered by their parent’s homeowners policy or a renters insurance policy. Students residing off campus are encouraged to obtain homeowners or renters insurance to protect themselves against unforeseen circumstances.
COLLEGE CREDIT & COURSE PLACEMENT Assessments COMPUTER ASSESSMENT To ensure that Liberty students are proficient in computer technology, they are required to take Information Technology (INFT 110) or pass all areas (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) of the computer assessment. Students who do not pass at least two areas of the computer assessment in their first semester must take INFT 110 within their first 45 credit hours, or within their first year if a transfer student. Students passing all but one area of the assessments are required to take a 1-credit course within their first 45 credit hours (or within their first year as a transfer student) for the corresponding assessment they did not pass (PowerPoint-INFT 102, Excel-INFT 103, Word-INFT 104). Passing the computer assessment or INFT 110 will satisfy the technology competency requirement as listed on the Degree Completion Plan (DCP). Transfer students may substitute a computer course for INFT 110 to satisfy the requirement. The computer assessment will be available at the beginning of the fall semester. Visit www.Liberty.edu/ComputerAssessment or email INFT@liberty.edu for more information regarding times and dates. MATH AND ENGLISH The Math and English Assessments are for proficiency and placement, and the results are useful in determining student class schedules. SAT/ACT scores are also used for class placement.* Students transferring in a college-level math or English class may be exempt from taking the assessment. Note that students will be unable to register for classes until they have taken all required assessments. PLACEMENT FOR ENGLISH
PLACEMENT FOR MATH
ENGL 100: English placement score below 70
MATH 100: Math placement score below 70
ENGL 101: English placement score of 70 or higher
MATH 110: Math placement score of 70-74 MATH 115, 117, 121, 125, or 201: Math placement score of 75 or higher Math 126 and 128: A 570+ on SAT math, a 25+ on ACT math, or passed Math 121 with a grade of a “C” or higher Math 131: A 600+ on SAT math, a 27+ on ACT math, or passed Math 128 with a grade of “C” or higher *SAT or ACT scores can be used to meet prerequisites. Visit www.Liberty.edu/ASIST and log into your account for additional information.
College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) and the Institutional Challenge Examination (ICE) CLEP and ICE tests offer a unique opportunity to gain college credit for the knowledge you have already acquired. Scores from the SAT or the ACT tests are good predictors of success in taking CLEP/ICE exams. Students who score well on these tests typically do well on CLEP/ICE exams. For additional information, go to www.Liberty.edu/CLEP or www.Liberty.edu/ICEResidential.
Course Scheduling Information Visit www.Liberty.edu/Registration to view tutorials and course sequences for most majors. If you wish to request a prerequisite override for courses other than math, submit a request to the appropriate academic department chair. Request a prerequisite override for general education math (MATH 110, 115, or 121) by emailing the College of General Studies (DeMoss Hall, Room 3036) at email@example.com. For higher math courses, contact the Mathematics Department at (434) 582-7002 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to take a math course during your first year. If you have been accepted on academic caution, you must take CLST 101/103, College Learning Strategies, and may register for no more than 13 or 14 credits your first semester. Schedules that do not conform to this policy will be administratively adjusted. If you have questions about registering for classes, contact CASAS (434) 592-4110 Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., or email CASAS@liberty.edu. Refrain from scheduling courses that duplicate Advanced Placement or CLEP/ICE test credits, or classes that have already been transferred in. It is also important to schedule classes during the time of day that you are at your best. A typical, full-time college schedule is 12-18 credit hours; however, first-semester students should avoid taking more than 15 credit hours unless otherwise instructed. Schedule your classes according to requirements for your intended major or interest area. For degree completion plans describing course requirements for your major, visit www.Liberty.edu/DCPs. If you are undecided on your major, you should take foundational studies courses. For a list of courses required of all Liberty students visit www.Liberty.edu/CASAS. COMPUTER ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES Students opting to take the Computer Assessment will be charged a one-time fee of $55 to cover the cost of the Computer Assessment software (myitlab). Open labs will also be available at scheduled times throughout the semester between Aug. 27-Oct. 19. If you have questions, please visit us at www.Liberty.edu/ComputerAssessment or email email@example.com.
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MINISTRIES, CLUBS, AND ORGANIZATIONS
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Baseball Basketball - Men’s Basketball - Women’s Cheerleading Field Hockey Football Golf Lacrosse - Women’s Soccer - Men’s Soccer - Women’s Softball Swimming - Women’s Tennis - Men’s Tennis - Women’s Track/Cross Country Men’s/Women’s Volleyball
Jonathan McMahon Rebekah Ray Katie Garlick Jennifer Sydnor Jodi Murphy Heath Kimmel Jeff Thomas Annie McGinley Jeff Alder Jessica Hain Bob Pinto Jacob Shellenberger Chris Johnson Jeff Maren Brant Tolsma
(434) 582-2101 (434) 582-2337 (434) 582-2907 (434) 592-4481 (434) 582-2393 (434) 582-2704 (434) 582-7448 (434) 582-2144 (434) 582-2381 (434) 582-2768 (434) 582-7257 (434) 582-2387 (434) 582-2409 (434) 592- 6259 (434) 582-2455
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club sports teams
ACHA Div. I Hockey - Men’s ACHA Div. II Hockey - Men’s ACHA Div. III Hockey - Men’s ACHA Div. I Hockey - Women’s ACHA Div. II Hockey - Women’s Archery - Men’s/Women’s Beach Volleyball - Men’s/Women’s Crew - Men’s/Women’s Disc Golf - Men’s/Women’s Equestrian Figure Skating - Women’s Gymnastics - Men’s/Women’s Lacrosse - Men’s Paintball - Men’s Racquetball - Men’s/Women’s Ski & Snowboard - Men’s/Women’s Synchronized Skating - Women’s Tae Kwon Do - Men’s/Women’s Triathlon - Men’s/Women’s Ultimate - Men’s/Women’s Volleyball - Men’s Wrestling
Kirk Handy Chris Lowes Tristan Chambers Paul Bloomfield Sara Niemi Drew Arnesen Rachel Willis Sarah Morris Steve Bowman Caroline Trexler Tatiana Payne Rachel Steele Kyle McQuillan Todd Hoglund Danny Rodriguez Ryan Leeds Tatiana Payne Jesse Wilson Beth Frackleton Jason Jarrett Brian Rigg Jesse Castro
(434) 592-4193 (540) 915-5450 (717) 669-5010 (434) 386-7383 (434) 592-6391 (434) 534-7947 (909) 437-7521 (757) 274-8997 (434) 444-2727 (434) 592-5356 (434) 592-5435 (717) 645-3426 (434) 592-3954 (434) 944-5231 (434) 332-4980 (609) 784-2812 (434) 592-5435 (434) 426-6524 (434) 258-5028 (434) 426-0649 (434) 907-0711 (434) 582-7463
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school of music TEAM
Dean, School of Music Associate Dean, Center for Music & Worship Associate Dean, Center for Music & the Performing Arts Director of Bands Chair of Applied Music Chair of Music Education
Dr. Vernon Whaley Dr. W. Douglas Crawley Dr. John Kinchen
(434) 582-2562 (434) 592-6564
Dr. Stephen Kerr Dr. Sean Beavers Dr. Paul Rumrill
(434) 582-2363 (434) 582-2289 (434) 582-2218
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ministry offices TEAM
Center for Global Engagement Department of Ministry Teams Office of Student Leadership Student Care Student Programs
Ian MacIntyre Justin Smith Dr. Todd Campo, V.P. Cassie Carter Seth Grutz
(434) 592-6500 (434) 582-2002 (434) 592-4138 (434) 582-2685 (434) 592-6510
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— organizations — student clubs
Debate Team Eagle Scholars Program Intramural Sports LaHaye Student Union Quiz Bowl Team Student Activities Student Government Association Tau Sigma National Honor Society
Michael Hall Frank DiGregorio Ed Barnhouse Front Desk Dr. Jim Nutter Front Desk Student Government
(434) 582-2080 (434) 592-5601 (434) 592-3145 (434) 592-3148 (434) 592-3303 (434) 592-3061 (434) 582-2323
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DINING OPTIONS Based on a recent report from “The Daily Beast,” (www.Liberty.edu/DailyBeast) Liberty University is the third healthiest university in the U.S. Our healthy dining options have helped us earn this ranking. Dining Services is committed to creating exceptional student experiences every day. • GREAT VARIETY • EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES • OVER 18 DINING LOCATIONS • EXCITING EVENTS • EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
The Reber-Thomas Dining Hall, Liberty’s primary residential dining facility, is currently being remodeled and will be completed in time for the Fall 2014 semester. The dining hall currently features stations such as the centrally located soup and salad bar, an Asian cuisine-inspired station, and the Simple Servings station, which offers homemade meals prepared without seven of the eight most common food allergens, as specified by the FDA. Pending upgrades will add stations to present an even wider variety of cuisines and double the size of many existing stations. In an effort to be more accommodating and convenient for all of our students, whatever their schedule or dietary needs, the dining hall will soon expand its hours and its health and wellness dining, including specialized menus for training athletes as well as students with dietary restrictions.
• SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PRACTICES Robin Quay, a registered dietitian, works alongside the culinary team to ensure we maintain the highest standards of nutrition and quality. Contact her by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit her Facebook page, www.Facebook.com/LibertyDiningDietitian. Hear about Liberty’s #1 rankings in dining, safety, and more at: www.Liberty.edu/BestColleges
REBER-THOMAS DINING HALL
Office (434) 582-2262 www.LibertyDining.com
(1) Reber-Thomas Dining Hall (2) The Tinney Café (3) Tilley Student Center
CLASS REGISTRATION GUIDELINES Below are instructions explaining how to register for classes. View step-by-step instructions at www.Liberty.edu/Registration. Class registration cannot begin until you have completed Financial Check-In as well as applicable Math and English Assessments.
Visit www.Liberty.edu and select “myLU Sign-in,” at the top of the page.
Once you have selected your desired subject, select “Course Search.”
Enter your username and password to sign in.
Various classes will appear from your selected subject. Choose the class you want to enroll in by selecting “View Sections.”
Select “ASIST,” “Student,” “Registration,” and “Look Up Courses.”
Choose a class section and check the CRN box. Select “Register” at the bottom of the page.
(If you do not have an account, you will be prompted to create one)
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Enter Fall 2014 as the search term and select “Course Search.”
A“C” next to the CRN represents a closed class.
FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT (FERPA) Personal information contained in a student’s educational record including grades, class schedule, student account, and financial aid will remain private, unless that student consents to disclose that information. A personal identification number (PIN) system is created and must be used to access any personally identifiable information. Directory information, which is not generally considered harmful or an invasion of privacy, may be disclosed to the public. To create a FERPA PIN: 1. Log into your ASIST account and select “General Information” 2. Select “FERPA Personal Identification Number” 3. Create a PIN For more information, visit www.Liberty.edu/FERPA. TRANSFER STUDENTS Transfer students are required to attend the Transfer Student Orientation during Fall Welcome Week even if they attend Summer Orientation. If you have questions about transferring to Liberty, please visit www.Liberty.edu/Transfer. All students must take Biblical Worldview (BWVW) I and II within their first two Liberty semesters. These courses must be taken regardless of the general education courses that have been transferred in. New students beginning Fall 2014 or later must also pass University Core Competencies (UNIV 101) before they can graduate. This 1-credit course is designed to help students practice the competencies needed for university, as well as career, success.
Repeat steps to add additional classes until your schedule* is complete.
*12 credit hours indicates full-time status.
Scroll through the subjects or begin typing the subject for the class you wish to enroll in.
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OUR CAMPUS is changing to accommodate extensive growth and improvements. Visit www.Liberty.edu/Map for the most up-to-date interactive map.
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*The Liberty University Police Department (LUPD) and Human Resources are located on the lower terrace level and are accessible from the Evans Drive side of Green Hall.
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GREEN HALL 2ND FLOOR CA CINEM ATIC ARTS CASAS CENTER FOR AC ADEMIC SUPPORT AND ADVISING SERVICES Academic Advising, Bruckner Learning Center, Career Center, Developmental Math, Eagle Scholars Program, New Student-Athlete Advising, New Student Seminar, Off ice of Disability Academic Support, Professional Advising, Professional/Continuing Education, Technical Studies, and Tutoring/Testing Services
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