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Expansion OF CAMPUS FACILITIES THE WORLD’S LARGEST CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY Since 1971, Liberty has had one goal: to provide a world-class education with a solid Christian foundation. Our faith inspires us to understand the world around us and drives our pursuit of knowledge. As a result, our students graduate competent, confident, and ready to make a lasting impact on their profession and culture. At Liberty, you will learn more than just classroom theory — you’ll get hands-on training, develop real-world skills, and leave ready to take your place in the world as a leader with integrity.
Liberty University is an accredited liberal arts university with 16 colleges and schools. A recent $500 million campus rebuilding project has resulted in state-of-the-art academic and athletic facilities that will help you prepare not just for a career, but for life. More than 14,500 residential students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries have chosen Liberty, and we know that what you’ll find here — NCAA Division I and Club Sports athletic events, concerts, worship services, career and internship fairs, open mic nights, and other activities — will make your college years some of the best of your life.
STUDENT CENTER SCIENCE HALL
Expected Completion 2016–17 Academic Year
Expected Completion Fall 2016
Completed Spring 2015
COMMONS I Completed Fall 2014
COMMONS II Expected Completion Spring 2016
AND THE WORSHIP ARTS Expected Completion Spring 2016
Completed Spring 2014
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JERRY FALWELL LIBRARY CONTAINS A 4-story
More than 30
Collaborative, quiet, & deep quiet
GROUP STUDY ROOMS
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ERRY FALWELL LIBRARY
Named in honor of the university’s founder, the Jerry Falwell Library is the perfect place for students to gather for quiet study as well as work collaboratively on projects in one of our many group study rooms. You can research using cutting-edge technologies and resources such as the robotic book retrieval system, dry erase walls, Kinect media wall, and collaborative classrooms. You can also grab a bite to eat or a cup of Starbucks in the Tinney Café. Learn more at www.Liberty.edu/Library.
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DEMOSS HALL STUDENT CENTER
Students gain knowledge and benefit from the mentoring of their professors, who have professional field experience. Students are also exposed to the skills needed for the field of art and design, related specifically to digital arts software, traditional arts, and preparation for teaching art in public and private schools. Our students also have opportunities to work on ‘real world’ projects and meet with industry professionals.
EXPECTED COMPLETION FALL 2016
RATIO IS 24:1
TODD SMITH, MASTER OF FINE ARTS CHAIR, DEPARTMENT OF STUDIO & DIGITAL ARTS DIRECTOR, LIBERTY UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY
DeMoss is the main academic hub of campus, housing classrooms, lecture halls, and computer labs. Currently undergoing an expansion to include the Student Center, DeMoss will soon offer more dining options and space for collaborative study or socializing. Until then, pick up snacks at Simply to Go or find a spot on the rooftop terrace to study or meet up with friends.
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EXPECTED COMPLETION SPRING 2016
ENTER FOR MUSIC AND THE WORSHIP ARTS
The new 140,000-square-foot facility houses the School of Music, which offers programs in both worship and the performing arts. The two linked buildings include 40 teaching studios complete with piano, songwriting, and music computer labs, as well as a concert hall capable of seating 1,600 guests.
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The new 4-story Science Hall has been outfitted with more than $2 million in state-of-the-art equipment, including a gene sequencer and a gas chromatography mass spectrometer. Study under expert faculty in one of the Department of Biology & Chemistryâ€™s 10 degree programs or in programs such as exercise science or kinesiology with the Department of Health Professions. CUTTING-EDGE FACILITIES WWW.LIBERT YU.COM
After four years in the Liberty Theatre Department, I feel confident and prepared to face the professional world of theatre as a Christian artist. The professors have not only taught me how to bring excellence to my craft in a professional setting, but also how to seek out the fingerprints of God in my work. I am so grateful to have their wisdom and support as I seek to honor Christ wherever I go.
RACHEL OSTERHUS ‘14 B.A. IN THEATRE ARTS
See more about the cinematic arts department at www.LibertyU.com/CinematicArts.
INEMATIC ARTS, ZAKI GORDON CENTER
Liberty’s Cinematic Arts program will prepare you for a career in moviemaking through unparalleled opportunities for experiential learning and use of industry-standard equipment, including RED cameras. You will work on your own short films, as well as a feature film.
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Rehearse for a future onstage or backstage with a degree from Liberty’s Department of Theatre Arts. Students perform in the Tower Theater, which features a Broadway-style fly tower and professional rigging system. The experience pays off — 88 percent of the department’s graduates are either working in their field or in graduate school. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE WWW.LIBERT YU.COM
Our students are provided with the opportunity to become knowledgeable, skilled, competent physicians, but more importantly, they are guided and influenced by the faculty and the principles of our Christian worldview to become greater servants of their patients and society.
LIBERTY'S NURSING STUDENTS
ENJOY A 10:1
RONNIE B. MARTIN
D.O., PHARM.D., FACOFP-DIST., DEAN, LIBERTY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE
NEARLY 200 HOURS OF EXPERIENCE in their specialization, and a
99% JOB PLACEMENT RATE.
ENTER FOR MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Housing classrooms, a research center, and labs, the center is the first building intended primarily for graduate studies and is evidence of Liberty’s commitment to excellence in research. Although this facility is chiefly used by students in the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Master of Public Health programs, undergraduate students have access to the extensive medical library.
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CHOOL OF NURSING
Dedicated to rigorous academics and compassionate service, Liberty University’s School of Nursing equips more than 800 residential students per year through practical nursing skills, behavioral and social sciences, and a variety of clinical opportunities. Meet current hospital demands for BSN-educated nurses, continue your studies to become a family nurse practitioner, or earn a master’s or doctoral degree in nursing. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE WWW.LIBERT YU.COM
The School of Aeronautics has prepared me to work anywhere in the world while maintaining the highest level of integrity. This experience was critical when I participated in Operation Enduring Freedom as the flight operations manager of the largest unmanned aerial vehicle site in Afghanistan.
Hear from a School of Law graduate at www.LibertyU.com/LibertyLawGrad.
My advocacy and trial classes were instrumental in preparing me for my externship. By working through scenarios in class, I gained confidence in handling questions and addressing the court.
JOSHUA TATE ‘11
HUGH JACKSON 3L
B.S. IN AERONAUTICS UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS PILOT
2012-13 1L MOOT COURT TOURNAMENT CHAMPION
Learn more about the School of Aeronautics at www.LibertyU.com/Aeronautics.
CHOOL OF AERONAUTICS
Liberty’s FAA-certified aeronautics program will give you a practical understanding of aviation. You will gain the professional skills needed for a career as a commercial, military, or missionary pilot, an unmanned aerial vehicle operator, an aviation mechanic, or a flight attendant. You can train on our state-of-the-art flight simulators or with our fleet of 39 aircraft at the Lynchburg Regional Airport, conveniently located within minutes of Liberty’s main campus.
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CHOOL OF LAW
Liberty University School of Law couples superior legal education with training in practical skills. The 330-seat Supreme Courtroom contains the nation’s only known exact replica of the U.S. Supreme Court bench. The courtroom is used for mock trials, law convocations, and special law events. Students who are passionate about justice, lawmaking, and representing those without a voice can apply to Liberty Law. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE WWW.LIBERT YU.COM
My story doesn’t end [at Liberty]. ... I really want to use this vocation of mine, not only to go and bring those resources to those who don’t have [them], but to also bring the goodness and provision of God.
AMEN MIBARAKA ’15
B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING RWANDAN GENOCIDE SURVIVOR
I am proud to have Liberty on my résumé because of what it stands for. Liberty graduates are trained to unashamedly share the Gospel of Christ.
COURTNEY GARRETT ’14
MISS VIRGINIA 2014 MISS AMERICA FIRST RUNNER-UP 2015
Hear more from Courtney at www.LibertyU.com/CourtneyGarrett.
Liberty graduates are equipped to impact the culture for Christ in every vocation. There are more than 250,000 alumni influencing the world in their respective fields. Our graduates have found jobs with the U.S. Senate, Google, ESPN, Discovery Channel, Concerned Women for America, CNN, Bank of America, and more.
At Liberty, you’ll join a tight-knit community and have opportunities to serve as a student leader or on a ministry team, or join others on service trips across the country or around the world. Join the student body for Campus Community, a unique praise service held weekly. Let the Center for Apologetics & Cultural Engagement teach you how to express and defend your faith with clarity and conviction. SPIRITUAL LIFE
I am so excited to be here with you because God is going to use you to change the world. Students like you are the hope for this nation, for this generation, and for the world.
CONVOCATION is the
WORLD'S LARGEST WEEKLY GATHERING NEARLY 14,500 LISTENING of Christian young people, with
in person three times weekly.
NO. 1 NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELLING AUTHOR, VISITING PROFESSOR, AND LIBERTY PARENT
Past speakers include
BETH MOORE, SEAN HANNITY, CHRIS TOMLIN, AND WILLIE ROBERTSON.
Hear more from Karen by visiting www.LibertyU.com/KarenKingsbury.
Hear from other Convocation speakers at www.Liberty.edu/Convo.
We desire for Liberty’s campus to reflect a rich Christian community, distinctive in its values and an encouraging place for students to grow. Outside the classroom, your social, mental, and spiritual development will be bolstered through weekly church services, caring student leaders, and weekly prayer groups, as well as the application of biblical principles through spiritual discipleship and accountability.
JON ACUFF Author, Business Consultant, and Speaker
LOUIE GIGLIO Author, Speaker, and Pastor of Passion City Church SPIRITUAL LIFE
See all of our housing options, including floor plans at www.LibertyU.com/Housing.
IGH-RISE RESIDENCE HALLS
The Residential Commons offers two-person rooms with private bathrooms and on-site laundry. Common areas in the buildings are a great place to spend refreshing downtime with hallmates. Dunkin’ Donuts® and Baskin-Robbins® are located on the main floor of Residential Commons I. Upon completion of the second hall, Residential Commons will house a combined total of 2,200 students.
East Campus and The Quads offer apartment-style housing, complete with a living room, kitchen, private bathrooms, and on-site laundry. The Circle, The Hill, and The South Tower are centrally located, offering a more traditional residence hall experience. Each room includes desks, beds, dressers, and closet space. All residential students are prayed for daily and have opportunities for spiritual development through the Office of Student Leadership. CAMPUS LIFE
THE TILLEY CAFĂ‰ located next to the
LAHAYE STUDENT UNION
LAHAYE STUDENT UNION
CHICK-FIL-A, BELLA TRATTORIA, WHOLLY HABANEROS, STARBUCKS COFFEE, SUBCONNECTION, AND THE FRESH MARKET SALAD BAR AND HOT FOOD BUFFET
UTSTANDING RECREATION FACILITIES
The LaHaye Student Union contains hardwood basketball courts, four volleyball courts, a 25-yard lane pool, two indoor turf soccer fields, cardio and weight training rooms, racquetball courts, and a 40-foot climbing tower. Decompress after a long day of classes by getting active and taking advantage of the many healthy activities Liberty has available.
More about campus recreation at www.LibertyU.com/Facilities.
for competing in
20 INTRAMURAL SPORTS
IVING HEALTHY AT LIBERTY
Because your health matters to us, we have upgraded this already impressive facility. Access to personal trainers, as well as increased space for wellness programs, group exercising, and multipurpose activities, offers additional opportunities for cultivating a healthy lifestyle. Come and see why the Daily Beast rated Liberty the third healthiest college in the U.S. Read the article at www.Liberty.edu/DailyBeast. RECREATION
THE LIBERTY MOUNTAIN TRAIL SYSTEM IS HOME TO 50 MILES OF TRAILS
FOR NATURE LOVERS, RUNNERS, HIKERS, AND MOUNTAIN BIKERS TO EXPLORE
ORK HARD, PLAY HARD
Take advantage of a campus with more than 7,000 acres, featuring numerous recreational opportunities. Campus facilities include the Liberty Mountain Skate Park, the Liberty Equestrian Center, beach volleyball courts, and Camp Hydaway where you can camp, canoe across the lake, ride ATVs, and more. You can also enjoy access to 12 outdoor tennis courts, as well as five indoor courts.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Liberty University
35 CLUB SPORTS TEAMS,
ACHA DI Hockey Team —
2015 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!
ARCHERY, EQUESTRIAN, HOCKEY, LACROSSE, SNOWBOARDING, & TRIATHLON
Discover more about Snowflex at www.LibertyU.com/Snowflex.
IBERTY MOUNTAIN SNOWFLEX CENTRE
The Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre is the first snowless ski attraction of its kind in North America. See the aerial tricks of our resident snowboarding teams and enjoy yearround skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. Find all the details at www.Liberty.edu/Snowflex.
EXPECTED COMPLETION SPRING 2016 Architectural rendering
AHAYE ICE CENTER
The LaHaye Ice Center is home to the Liberty University synchronized and figure skating teams, as well as the men’s and women’s hockey teams. Currently undergoing renovation, the front and sides of the building will be expanded to allow for three-quarter bowl seating for 3,200 spectators — more than double the seats in the current facility. Learn more online at www.Liberty.edu/IceCenter. ATHLETICS
Liberty continued to water the seeds that were planted in me by my family. During my time here, I was challenged biblically to use my faith on and off the field. Liberty helped me develop the discipline I needed to be prepared for the real world.
THE LIBERTY FLAMES FOOTBALL TEAM has won
SEVEN BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS
NFL RUNNING BACK
Hear more from Rashad at www.LibertyU.com/RashadJennings.
Join Flames Nation by painting yourself Liberty red and blue, and cheer on the Flames like you mean it! In Fall 2014, the Flames Football team made the NCAA FCS playoffs for the first time. As the largest football stadium in the Big South Conference, Liberty’s Williams Stadium is capable of seating 19,200 spectators and includes a viewing tower with five levels and 18 luxury suites. Learn more about Liberty’s 20 NCAA Division I athletic teams at www.Liberty.edu/Flames.
We want to be the best in everything — in every situation we encounter at Liberty University. God has blessed this university from not only a financial standpoint, but also with a lot of great people who want to do great things.
in the last
EIGHT YEARS. Flames Nation cheers on our 20 NCAA Division I athletic teams, including baseball, basketball, soccer, and tennis.
LIBERTY FOOTBALL HEAD COACH
THE LADY FLAMES BASKETBALL TEAM has won
16 BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS 16 OF THE LAST 19 NCAA TOURNAMENTS since 1996 and appeared in
RECENT PERFORMERS include
NEWSBOYS, KARI JOBE, FOR KING & COUNTRY, SWITCHFOOT, LECRAE, AND SKILLET.
The Vines Center is one of the largest basketball arenas in Virginia and hosts a number of sporting events, concerts, and worship services, as well as Convocation. Arrive early to find your seat for men’s and women’s basketball games, as both teams have made it to the NCAA National Championship Tournament within the past three years.
I’m kind of a living example for these student-athletes to see what the sport can do for them. Softball is just a vehicle for the women who play it, an environment that nurtures so much of a woman’s growth as an individual in all aspects: physical, mental, and spiritual.
THE LIBERTY FLAMES BASEBALL TEAM has won
FOUR BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS
and appeared in five NCAA Regional tournaments
LIBERTY SOFTBALL HEAD COACH OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST
Hear more about Liberty Baseball at www.LibertyU.com/LibertyBaseball.
The Liberty Baseball Stadium houses not only a beautiful AstroTurf field, but also program offices, a fully equipped media area, and a club room. Grab a hot dog or other concessions and catch a game or a spectacular fireworks display at the 2,500-seat stadium. Is there a more iconic American pastime?
The new NCAA-regulation softball stadium, which includes 1,000 chairback seats, locker rooms, and a video scoreboard, is the perfect place to support the Lady Flames as they break in their new facility and push for a championship win!
Redefining HIGHER EDUCATION
96 percent of Liberty’s residential students receive financial aid. For details on more scholarships and grants, visit www.Liberty.edu/FinancialAid.
Liberty’s goal is to redefine what it means to be a prestigious university. We believe that, in the future, the measure of a quality institution will be based on how many students that university accepts and educates well, not on how many students are excluded in the admissions process.
PRESIDENT JERRY FALWELL This revolutionary model in higher education makes the education of each student the first priority.
LIBERTY CHAMPION $10,000
ACCREDITATION Liberty University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)* to award associate, bachelor’s, master’s, specialist, and doctoral degrees. In addition to regional accreditation, many of Liberty’s specific schools and programs are accredited or otherwise recognized by specialized professional and accrediting agencies. * Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia, 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Liberty University. Normal inquiries about the institution, such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs, etc., should be addressed directly to Liberty University.
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Liberty is one of only a few national institutions of higher learning that provides all of the following: an ABA-accredited law school, ABET-accredited engineering programs, a medical school with provisional accreditation from AOA-COCA, and an FAA-certified aviation program. Check out www.Liberty.edu/Accreditation to see a list of Liberty’s accredited colleges, schools, programs, and departments.
EARLY DEPOSIT AWARD UP TO $2,000
VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN
UP TO FULL TUITION, ROOM & BOARD
ENROLLMENT STEPS EARLY ENTERED TO WIN AND BE
UP TO FULL TUITION
LIBERTY SCHOLARS GRANT
ONE OF FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS $5,000 to full tuition
UP TO $2,000
Estimate the cost of a Liberty education with the Net Price Calculator tool. Find it at www.Liberty.edu/NetPriceCalculator. ACCESSIBLE & AFFORDABLE WWW.LIBERT YU.COM
DEGREES Accounting (B.S.) (minor) Aeronautics (B.S.) (minor) • Commercial/Corporate • Global Studies • Military • Unmanned Aerial Systems Aeronautics: Airline Flight Attendant (A.A.) (minor) American Sign Language & Interpreting (B.A.) (minor) Artist Development (B.M.) Athletic Training (B.S.) Aviation Maintenance Technician (A.A.) (certificate) Biblical Greek (minor) Biblical Studies (B.A.) (minor) Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (B.S.) Biology: General Biology (B.S.) (minor) Biomedical Sciences (B.S.) (minor) Biopsychology (B.S.) Business Administration (B.S.) (minor) • Communications • Digital Marketing and Advertising • Economics • Finance • Financial Planning • Human Resource Management • International Business • Marketing Analytics • Project Management • Sales Management and Professional Selling Cell & Molecular Biology (B.S.) Chemistry (B.S.) (minor) Chinese (minor) Choral Music (B.M.) • Music Education Christian Leadership and Church Ministries (B.S.) • Adventure Leadership and Outdoor Ministries • Biblical Studies • Global Studies • Technical Studies • Theology and Apologetics • Women’s Leadership • Worship
Learn more about our academics at www.LibertyU.com/ExperienceLiberty.
Cinematic Arts (B.S.) (minor) Coaching (B.S.) (minor) Commercial Music (B.M.) • Film Scoring (Film and Media) • Jazz Studies Computer Science (B.S.) (minor) • Information Security • Software Engineering • Web and Mobile Programming Creation Studies (minor) Criminal Justice (B.S.) (A.A.) (minor) • Forensics • Homeland Security • Public Administration • Strategic Intelligence Studies • Youth Corrections Digital Media (B.S.) (minor) • Audio • Performance • Social Networking and Interactive Media • Transmedia Writing • Video Elementary Education Integrated Studies (B.S.) • English • Mathematics • Science • Social Science • Spanish Energy STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) (minor) Engineering (B.S.) • Computer Engineering • Electrical Engineering • Industrial and Systems Engineering • Mechanical Engineering English (B.A.) (minor) Environmental Biology (B.S.) Exercise Science (B.S.) • Fitness Specialist • Pre-Professional Expositional Preaching (minor) Family & Child Development (B.S.) (minor) Family & Consumer Sciences (B.S.) (minor) • Licensure • Non-Licensure
Fashion & Interiors (B.S.) • Fashion Design • Fashion Merchandising • Interior Design Forensic Science (B.S.) French (minor) Global Studies (B.S.) (minor) Government (B.A.) (A.A.) (minor) • International Relations • Politics and Policy • Western Legal Traditions (pre-law) Government (B.S.) • Politics and Policy • Western Legal Traditions (pre-law) Guitar Performance (B.M.) (minor) Health Promotion (B.S.) (minor) • Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) • Clinical History (B.S.) (B.A.) (minor) Human Services (B.S.) Individualized Studies (B.S.) (B.A.) Informatics: Healthcare Informatics (B.S.) Information Security (minor) Information Systems (B.S.) (minor) • Accounting Information Systems • Data Networking • Database • Global Studies • Information Assurance Information Technology (B.S.) • Application and Database Development • Data Networking and Security • Gaming Design • Web and Mobile Programming Instrumental Music (B.M.) • Music Education Interdisciplinary Studies (B.S.) International Relations (B.A.) (minor) • International Politics and Policy • Strategic Intelligence Studies Journalism (B.S.) Kinesiology (B.S.) (minor) • Health & Physical Education (licensure and non-licensure) Leadership Communication (B.M.) Linguistics (minor) Mathematics (B.S.) (minor) • Actuarial • Teacher Licensure
Military History (minor) Military Leadership (minor) Music Instrumental (B.A.) (B.S.) (minor) Music: Liberal Arts (minor) Music & Worship Studies (B.S.) • Biblical Studies • Business Studies • Cinematic Arts • Pastoral Leadership • Theatre Ministries • Women’s Ministries • Worship Technology • Youth Ministry Music Vocal (B.A.) (B.S.) Music in World Cultures (B.M.) Nursing (B.S.N.) Pastoral Leadership (B.S.) (minor) Philosophy (B.A.) (minor) Photography (minor) Piano Performance (B.M.) (minor) Psychology (B.S.) (minor) • Counseling, Clinical, or Research • Counseling and Human Development Religion (A.A.) Religious Studies (B.S.) (minor) • Biblical Languages • Global Studies • Jewish Studies • New Testament • Old Testament • Theology and Apologetics Social Sciences (B.S.) Social Work (B.S.) Sociology (minor) Songwriting (B.M.) Spanish (B.A.) (minor) Special Education Integrated Studies (B.S.) (minor) Speech Communication (B.S.) • Professional Communication • Speech Communication Sport Management (B.S.) (minor) Sport Outreach (minor) Strategic Communication (B.S.) • Social Media Management • Strategic Communications String Performance (B.M.) (minor)
Studio & Digital Arts (B.F.A.) • Graphic Design • Studio Art Studio & Digital Arts (B.S.) (minor) • Graphic Design • Studio Art • Teacher Licensure Teaching English as a Second/ Foreign Language (B.A.) Technical Studies (A.A.S.) (minor) • Carpentry • Electrical • Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) • Masonry • Plumbing • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) • Welding Theatre Arts (B.A.) (minor) • Arts Administration • Dramaturgy • Performance • Production • Teacher Licensure Theology (minor) Vocal Performance (B.M.) (minor) Woodwind, Brass, or Percussion Performance (B.M.) (minor) Worship Studies (B.M.) Youth Ministries (B.S.) • Adventure Leadership and Outdoor Ministries • Biblical Studies • Christian Leadership • Cinematic Arts • Coaching • Global Studies • Pastoral Leadership • Sport Outreach • Technical Studies • Theology and Apologetics • Women’s Leadership • Worship Zoo & Wildlife Biology (B.S.) Zoology (B.S.)
NTERING THE WORKFORCE
At Liberty, we want students to earn more than a degree. We want to help them find the job that's right for them, which is why our Career Center hosts career fairs, résumé workshops, and mock interviews. Students also achieve career readiness through internships and programs such as the Washington Fellowship. Liberty graduates are sought out by employers because of their work ethic, positive attitude, knowledge, and skills. Alumni have cultivated a commitment to service through charities, missions, and relief organizations. Pictured above is Alison Howard (’11) mentoring a Washington Fellowship student. Howard is the Director of Alliance Relations at Alliance Defending Freedom. Learn more about career resources at www.Liberty.edu/Careers. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE WWW.LIBERT YU.COM
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Liberty University • Resident Admissions Office, MSC: 710278 • 1971 University Blvd. • Lynchburg, Va., U.S.A. 24515
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Liberty University does not engage in unlawful discrimination or harassment because of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, sex, marital status, disability, age, or veteran status in its educational programs and activities. Liberty University maintains its Christian character but does not discriminate on the basis of religion, except to the extent that applicable law respects its right to act in furtherance of its religious objectives. The University will provide reasonable academic accommodations ((434) 582-2159 or AcademicAccommodations@liberty. edu) and reasonable physical access accommodations ((434) 592-4107 or email@example.com) to those with qualifying disabilities. To coordinate Liberty University’s compliance with certain anti-discrimination laws, please contact: Edwina Berryman (for Disability—Online Students) at firstname.lastname@example.org; Denny McHaney (for Disability—Resident Students) at (434) 582-2159 or email@example.com; Brittney Wardlaw (for Title IX Coordinator—Student Conduct) at (434) 582-2320 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or Laura Wallace (for Title IX/Sex & Disability— Employment) at (434) 592-7330 or HR@liberty.edu.
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The university may investigate as it deems proper in connection with this application, and will treat as confidential, all information submitted herein or received by the university from any source, including without limitation, the applicant or his/her family. Applicants may review all information gathered. The provision concerning fixing the amount, adjustment on withdrawal or late arrival, and other terms of comprehensive fees payment as set forth in the university’s annual catalog are incorporated herein and are hereby accepted. The Liberty Way addresses both academic and non-academic misconduct and is an integral part of the Liberty community. This community consists of individuals of diverse backgrounds and experiences dedicated to obtaining a superior education in fidelity to the Christian faith. Central to preserving this community is the personal commitment of students to conduct themselves in a manner that reflects the highest ideals of moral virtue and professionalism. To this end, the Liberty Way sets forth the disciplinary procedures that apply when misconduct by a student is alleged to have occurred. Students are charged with notice of, and are bound by, this code. A link to all of Liberty’s conduct policies will be provided upon acceptance to the university. All students shall agree to comply with the terms of the Liberty Way. A summary is as follows: · The use of illegal drugs, alcohol, and tobacco is prohibited. · Immorality (i.e. sex outside of marriage) is prohibited. · No coed residence halls exist. · A reasonable dress code is in place. I certify that all of the information given in my application is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge.
The candidate and his/her parent or guardian must read and sign the statements below before the admissions committee can consider the application. The undersigned agrees that:
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Additional documents may be required as deemed necessary by the Resident Admissions Office.
Application Fee: All applicants must submit a $40 application fee. This application fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. This fee cannot be applied toward other university charges. The application and its fee may be deferred for one academic year.
Essay Requirement: Attach your essay in an email and send to email@example.com, or separately mail your 200-400 word essay on the following: How will your personal faith and beliefs allow you to contribute to Liberty’s mission to develop Christ-centered leaders? Include your full name, address, and date of birth. All students are required to submit the essay.
2. Transfer Student: q Official high school transcript q Official college transcript q SAT or ACT scores Transfer students with 60 or more transferable college credits are not required to submit high school transcripts, SAT, or ACT scores.
1. New Student: q Official high school transcript q SAT or ACT scores
In addition to the admissions application and essay, the Admissions Committee will consider any of the following that are applicable: high school transcripts, college transcripts, GED score, and SAT or ACT scores. The university retains the right to make an admission decision based on any of the previously listed documents. The university also reserves the right to cancel an application for admission after 60 days of inactivity.
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List the dates and scores for any SAT and/or ACT tests you have taken.
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