155 residential undergraduate areas of study, 130 residential graduate areas of study, 3 residential doctoral;
96 percent of on-campus students receive financial aid;
Residential: 48 percent male, 52 percent female;
The residential student body represents all 50 states and more than 85 countries;
Residential students volunteer more than 648,579 hours each year in the community;
Washington Fellowship internship program, study abroad, Jerry Falwell Library, Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, LaHaye Ice Center, Honors Program, radio station, ministry teams, Christian service opportunities, Convocation, daily prayer for students by name, and local and global mission trips.
Rankings & Accreditation
Ranked by U.S. News & World Report in several categories for 2013:
Regional Universities (South) – 89th
Best Colleges for Veterans – 23rd
Best Online Bachelor’s Programs – 141st
Best Online Graduate Business Programs – 122nd
Best Online Graduate Education Programs – 97th
Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs – 75th
Top-10 most conservative colleges in the U.S. by Young America’s Foundation.
In 2005, Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges ranked LU as a “competitive” college, its fourth-highest of six ranks, indicating that it accepts students in the top 65% of their graduating class.
In 2013, Forbes’ list of America’s Top Colleges ranked Liberty University 636 out of 650 rated Colleges.
Center of Worship has been ranked the best in the world for the 2nd time in a row by the Worship Leader Magazine.
International: More than 900
Undergraduate: TOEFL iBT 61 or IELTS 6.0 or iTEP Academic 3.6