Liberty University

Lynchburg, VA

Liberty University

Lynchburg, VA

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Your choice. Your school. Your future.

Liberty University’s tuition is in the bottom 10% of all private colleges and universities in America. Not only is our tuition low, but all incoming students receive a number of scholarships at varying amounts. In addition to university scholarships and federal grants, our Student Advocate Office provides Outside Scholarship Workshops to teach you how to be successful in searching for and receiving outside scholarships.

Life at Liberty is full of excitement and opportunity. The environment outside the classroom is a vital part of every university experience—and here at Liberty University, we encourage students to work hard and play hard. While academic and spiritual goals are the paramount focus of your journey at LU, students are encouraged to round out the experience through our extensive extracurricular program.

• Over 700 unique programs of study (some available both residentially and online)
• Over 450 online programs
• 15 colleges and schools

• 20 NCAA Division I athletic programs
• 40+ Club Sports teams
• 6 NCAA Division I individual national championships
• Over 180 NCAA Division I conference titles
• 15 Conference All-Sport Award wins in 23 years
• Over 500 student-athletes 

Liberty offers students many amenities to provide a comfortable, personal atmosphere for students. Our residence halls provide a variety of options including apartment-style housing, quads, and hallway residences. Our on-campus specialties include the LaHaye Student Center and Ice Center, Campus East Clubhouse, multiple campus cafes, over 30 miles of bike trails, and more!

Because Liberty’s number one focus is God, we provide students with a variety of worship, fellowship, discipleship, ministry, and evangelism opportunities to help facilitate spiritual growth. Many of the opportunities for ministry, teaching, and growth are incorporated into the weekly schedule. Liberty also requires a few basic Bible classes for students to learn more about the Bible as well as grow in their own personal walk with Christ.

A look at Liberty's student population

• Residential: 47% Male, 53% Female
• Online: 39% Male, 61% Female
• Combined: 41% Male, 59% Female
• 50.8% of residential students live on campus
• 49.2% of residential students commute to campus
• The student body represents all 50 states; Washington, DC; and over 70 countries (residential and online)
• Liberty University students volunteer more than 500,000 hours per year

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