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2015 Spring Welcome Week Booklet - Liberty University
2015 SPRING
WELCOME WEEK BOOKLET
2015 Spring Welcome Week Booklet - Liberty University
what you
need to know
MAKING YOURSELF AT HOME
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE
6 Assessments and Course Placement
7 Welcome Week Itinerary
10 New Student Seminar and Flames Club
12 Dining Options
14 Enrollment Assistance, Oce of Student Housing,
Jerry Falwell Library, and Vehicle Registration
15 Student Advocate Oce, Career Center,
Parent and Family Connections,
and Liberty University Bookstore
16 Center for Academic Support &
Advising Services (CASAS)
17 Campus Recreation, Student Activities,
Information Technology, Card Services,
and Oce of Spiritual Programs
18 Oce of Student Leadership, Student Counseling Services,
and Center for Multicultural Enrichment
19 Student Accounts, Student Conduct, International
Student Center, Liberty University Health Services, and
Campus Pastors Oce
20 Contacts
2 Pre-arrival Checklist and Final Steps
4 Preparing for Life at Liberty
22 Maps of Liberty University
32 Transit Routes
GETTING AROUND
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2015 Spring Welcome Week Booklet - Liberty University
We are happy that you have decided to attend Liberty
University! Our faculty and sta are looking forward to
welcoming you to the Liberty family.
Remember to bring this booklet to campus with you in
January to guide you through Spring Welcome Week.
Become better acquainted with Liberty by familiarizing
yourself with the Liberty Way, our honor code and student
code of conduct, found at www.Liberty.edu/LibertyWay.
If you have questions, contact the Admissions Oce.
(800) 543-5317
Admissions@liberty.edu
www.LibertyU.com
@ExperienceLU
/LibertyUniversityExperience
GET CONNECTED!
/LIBERTYUNIVERSITY
LIBERTY TODAY APP
@LIBERTYU
/LIBERTYUNIVERSITY
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COMPLETE FINANCIAL
CHECKIN FCI
• Log into ASIST at www.Liberty.edu/ASIST
• Select “Student”
• Select “Financial Check-In”
Online tutorial available at
www.Liberty.edu/StudentAccounts
COMPLETE
CLASS REGISTRATION
• Log into ASIST
• Select “Student”
• Select “Registration”
CHOOSE A HOUSING
ASSIGNMENT
Students will receive a room assignment and/
or make roommate requests after Financial
Check-In (FCI) has been completed. Rooms
are assigned based on availability and
according to the housing budget selected
in FCI.
View residence hall options at
www.Liberty.edu/StudentHousing
REQUEST YOUR
FLAMES PASS ID CARD
• Visit www.Liberty.edu/CardServices to
upload a photo for your Flames Pass
• You can pick up your Flames Pass in Green
Hall, Room 1957, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. or
have it mailed to you before you arrive
• Don’t forget to bring a government-issued
photo ID
REVIEW THE LIBERTY WAY
Download a PDF of the student conduct
code at www.Liberty.edu/LibertyWay
COMPLETE STUDENT
HEALTH FORM
• Log into ASIST
• Select “General Information”
• Select “Student Health Form”
• Health oce visits will be filed with the
patient’s health insurance and are not
included in the price of Liberty’s tuition
before you arrive
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RESIDENCE HALL
CHECKIN
Please Note: No early arrivals are allowed except
for specific groups that have been preapproved. If
you have questions, contact the Oce of Student
Housing at (434) 592-4139 or Housi[email protected]iberty.edu.
New students who have completed Financial
Check-In and know their room assignment
may check into their residence halls during
their assigned time. They will receive their
room key from the resident assistant (RA).
Students should check their Liberty email or
contact the Oce of Student Housing for
more information.
Representatives from Student Housing will
be available in the Hancock Welcome Center
on Thursday, Jan. 8, and Friday, Jan. 9, from
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Students can verify their
housing assignment and information on
ASIST under “My Housing and Dining.”
NEW STUDENT SEMINAR
This seminar is required for all first-time
Liberty students. For more information and
a list of New Student Seminar (NSSR 101)
sessions, visit www.Liberty.edu/NSSR.
TRANSFER ORIENTATION
All transfer students with 12 or more credit
hours* must attend Transfer Orientation
on Friday, Jan. 9, at 8 a.m. in the LaHaye
Event Space. Transfer students are also
required to take New Student Seminar
(NSSR 101), which is a graduation
requirement.
*Not applicable to students with dual
enrollment/AP credit from high school
ENROLLMENT ASSISTANCE
Enrollment Assistance provides help completing
admissions requirements, including financial aid,
Financial Check-In, housing, and more. There
are two opportunities to attend this event at the
Hancock Welcome Center:
• Thursday, Jan. 8, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
• Friday, Jan. 9, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
FLAMES PASS
Request a Flames Pass online or on campus.
Students may pick up their Flames Pass in Green
Hall, Room 1957, on Jan. 8 or 9,
8 a.m.-5 p.m. You need your Flames Pass to
access your residence hall. Don’t forget to
bring a government-issued photo ID when you
pick up your card!
MEAL SCHEDULE
The Reber-Thomas Dining Hall will open at
noon on Thursday, Jan. 8, for new and transfer
students. All dining options will be
open on Monday, Jan. 12. Your Flames Pass
is required for admission into the
Reber-Thomas Dining Hall.
VEHICLE REGISTRATION
Check your myLU account and your
Liberty email for Liberty University Police
Department (LUPD) updates regarding
vehicle decals and registration. Also visit
www.Liberty.edu/LUPD for information
on parking instructions.
finaL steps
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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 drywall, 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 or Flames Cash for laundry (except
East Campus residents), 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, surge protectors
• 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
Submit information regarding your 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 surge
protectors), extension cords, tubular halogen
light bulbs, torchiere-style halogen lamps,
candles, space heaters, air conditioners
*Permitted in East Campus residence halls only
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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 o campus are encouraged to obtain homeowners or renters insurance to
protect themselves against unforeseen circumstances.
MAIN CAMPUS SUPPLIED
ITEMS (3-person rooms)
• Three desks, dressers, and beds
• Two closets
• One sink with mirror
• One window with blinds
ANNEX, EAST CAMPUS, THE
RESIDENTIAL COMMONS,
AND THE QUADS SUPPLIED
ITEMS (2- and 3-person rooms)
• 2-3 desks, dressers, and beds
• One closet
• One window with blinds
THINGS TO BRING TO EAST
CAMPUS, THE QUADS,
ANNEX RESIDENCE HALLS,
AND THE 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.
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assessMents and
Course pLaCeMent
COMPUTER ASSESSMENT
To ensure that Liberty students are proficient in computer technology, the school requires
them 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 who pass 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 if 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 spring semester.
Visit www.Liberty.edu/ComputerAssessment or email [email protected]ty.edu for more information
regarding times and dates.
MATH AND ENGLISH ASSESSMENTS
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 who are required to take the assessments will be unable to register for classes until they
have completed them.
PLACEMENT FOR ENGLISH
ENGL 100: English placement score below 70
ENGL 101: English placement score of 70
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.
PLACEMENT FOR MATH
MATH 100: Math placement score below 70
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 math placement score of
75+ and a 570+ on SAT math, a 25+ on ACT math,
or passing MATH 121 with a grade of a “C” or higher
MATH 131: A math placement score of 75+ and
a 600+ on SAT math, a 27+ on ACT math, or
passing MATH 128 with a grade of “C” or higher
ASSESSMENTS
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7:45 A.M.3 P.M.
INTERNATIONAL
STUDENT ORIENTATION
(Required for international
students only)
Enjoy a light breakfast and
receive information about
campus life, health insurance,
cultural adaptation, and federal
regulations.
DEMOSS HALL
GRAND LOBBY
8 A.M.
MOVE INTO
RESIDENCE HALLS
Check-in times will be
staggered beginning at
8 a.m. and finishing at 10 p.m.
Students will be emailed their
time to move in.
YOUR RESIDENCE HALL
8 A.M.4:30 P.M.
ENROLLMENT
ASSISTANCE
1. Financial Check-In
2. Financial Aid
Admissions, Financial Aid,
Student Accounts, Housing,
Transfer Evaluators,
Military Aairs
HANCOCK
WELCOME CENTER,
ROOM 122 & TERRACE
QUESTION TENTS
DOC’S, DEMOSS HALL, &
THE HANCOCK WELCOME
CENTER LOBBY
ASSESSMENT TESTS
DEMOSS HALL, ROOM 2192
9 A.M.9 P.M.
HELPDESK BLITZ
TOLSMA INDOOR TRACK
(GREEN HALL)
NOON8 P.M.
LUNCH/DINNER
REBER-THOMAS
DINING HALL
24 P.M.
COMMUNITY
WELCOME FAIR
VINES CENTER
CONCOURSE
35 P.M.
PARENT SESSION
DEMOSS HALL,
ROOMS 1113/1114
68 P.M.
SPRING BASH
LAHAYE MULTIPURPOSE
CENTER
1) Check-In
2) Photo Booth
3) Athletics Fan Fair
4) Beachball Volleyball/Music
Selfies/Food & Drink
5) Devotional Comments
10:30 P.M.
CURFEW
HALL MEETINGS
& PRAYER GROUPS
YOUR RESIDENCE HALL
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THURSDAY, JAN. 8
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79:30 A.M.
BREAKFAST
REBER-THOMAS
DINING HALL
8 A.M.4:30 P.M.
ENROLLMENT
ASSISTANCE
1. Financial Check-In
2. Financial Aid
Admissions, Financial Aid,
Student Accounts, Housing,
Transfer Evaluators,
Military Aairs
HANCOCK
WELCOME CENTER,
TERRACE
QUESTION TENTS
DOC’S, DEMOSS HALL, &
THE HANCOCK WELCOME
CENTER LOBBY
8 A.M.5 P.M.
ASSESSMENT TESTS
DEMOSS HALL, ROOM 2192
89 A.M.
TRANSFER
ORIENTATION
Please check your Liberty email
for instructions.
LAHAYE EVENT SPACE
9:3010:20 A.M.
KEEPING IT SAFE
DEMOSS HALL,
ROOM 4040 (FEMALES) OR
ROOM 1114 (MALES)
10:3011:30 A.M.
WELCOME & WORSHIP
TOWNS-ALUMNI LECTURE HALL
11:30 A.M.1 P.M.
LUNCH
REBER-THOMAS
DINING HALL
1:152:05 P.M.
ACADEMIC SUCCESS
TOWNS-ALUMNI LECTURE HALL
2:153:05 P.M.
TECHNOLOGY
ESSENTIALS
TOWNS-ALUMNI LECTURE HALL
3:304:30 P.M.
MEET & GREET
In your intended
school or department oces
FRIDAY, JAN. 9
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4:30 P.M.
PURCHASE BOOKS
AND OTHER CLASS
NECESSITIES
LIBERTY BOOKSTORE
SELFGUIDED
WALKING TOURS
GREEN HALL,
MAIN CAMPUS,
EAST CAMPUS
4:308 P.M.
DINNER
REBER-THOMAS
DINING HALL
8 P.M.
SINGLE FEATURE
MOVIE NIGHT
LAHAYE EVENT SPACE
12:30 A.M.
CURFEW
YOUR RESIDENCE HALL
SATURDAY,
JAN. 10
10 A.M.5 P.M.
ASSESSMENT TESTS
DEMOSS HALL, ROOM 2192
SUNDAY,
JAN. 11
9:15 A.M. &
11 A.M. (teLevised)
WORSHIP SERVICE
THOMAS ROAD
BAPTIST CHURCH
15 P.M.
ASSESSMENT TESTS
DEMOSS HALL, ROOM 2192
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weLCoMe new
Liberty parents!
JOIN US FOR AN INFORMATIVE PARENT SESSION
IN DEMOSS HALL, ROOMS 1113 & 1114  THURSDAY, JAN. 8, FROM 35 P.M.
(434) 582-2339
Par[email protected]
New Student Seminar (NSSR 101) is designed to facilitate academic, spiritual, and social orientation
for new students. New and transfer students interact with faculty and sta, who emphasize the
academic standards necessary for a successful college experience.
Your NSSR 101 class will encompass a day of informative sessions, including Keeping It Safe,
Academic Success, and Technology Essentials. To complete NSSR 101, you must pass five online
quizzes that are accessible through your Blackboard account under “Course Content.” You must
receive 100% on all five quizzes, which can be taken multiple times, in order to pass this graduation
requirement.
new student
seMinar
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BENEFITS INCLUDE:
• An exclusive red SFC T-shirt, drawstring bag, Flames Pass
decal, and a free Domino’s pizza coupon
• Discounts at the Liberty University Barnes &
Noble Bookstore
• Priority on reserved premium tailgating spaces for all home
football games
• Priority on tickets and travel arrangements for away games
• Priority on postseason tournament and playo tickets
• An invitation to the inflatable Liberty “Flames Fan Tent” at all
away football games
• Discounts and coupons at local restaurants and stores
• Invitations to exclusive SFC events
The Student Flames Club (SFC) exists to promote school spirit,
enhance Liberty game day events, and to give the student body
an avenue to identify with the university’s athletics programs.
Organized in 2006, the SFC is sponsored by Domino’s Pizza
and has grown to 1,200 members. Membership is only $25. Call
(434) 582-4450 or email [email protected] for information.
Sign up today to be part of the action as Liberty Flames Athletics
soars to new heights in 2015!
student
fLaMes CLub
/LibertyFlamesAthletics
@libertyflames
@libertyflames
/FlamesAthletics
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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. Robin Quay, a registered dietitian, works
alongside the culinary team to ensure that Liberty
maintains the highest standards of nutrition and
quality. Contact her by emailing
[email protected]ty.edu, or visit her Facebook page,
www.Facebook.com/LibertyDiningDietitian.
Read about Liberty’s #1 rankings in dining, safety,
and more at www.Liberty.edu/BestColleges.
Liberty’s Dining Services oer many benefits to
students, including the following:
 GREAT VARIETY
 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
 OVER 20 DINING LOCATIONS
 EXCITING EVENTS
 EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
FREEDOM DINING
Liberty’s meal plan, Freedom Dining, oers you
flexible access to Liberty’s main dining facilities,
Reber-Thomas Dining Hall and the Hill City
Bistro, both of which have new, extended hours
of operation. Other features of the plan aord
you the freedom to grab on-the-go meals when
you don’t have time to make it to the dining hall.
Freedom Dining includes the following:
• Unlimited access to Reber-Thomas and
Hill City Bistro dining halls
• 10 bonus meals per week from select
locations in Tilley Student Center and
at Doc’s
• $200 in Flames Cash per semester
Visit www.LibertyDining.com for more details.
(1) Tilley Student Center (2) The Tinney Café
(3) Reber-Thomas Dining Hall
DINING HALL UPGRADES
The Reber-Thomas Dining Hall,
Liberty’s primary dining facility,
features stations such as the
centrally located Mongolian
Grill, the Training Table for
athletes, and the Simple Servings
station, which oers homemade
meals prepared without the eight
most common food allergens as
specified by the FDA. Recent
upgrades have also added
expanded stations and an even
wider variety of cuisines:
• New Homestyle BBQ,
all-day breakfast, and
smoothie stations
• Expanded healthy options/
wellness station
• Enlarged existing stations
(1)
(2)
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Oce (434) 582-2262
www.LibertyDining.com
(3)
fresh
®
REBER-THOMAS DINING HALL
Food on Demand
Doc’s
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support serviCes
Numerous campus oces exist to help meet the needs of our students. It is our privilege to serve you!
OFFICE OF STUDENT HOUSING
Student Housing coordinates all details related to Liberty’s 195 residence hall floors.
Green Hall, Room 1886
[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 592-4139
www.Liberty.edu/StudentHousing
ENROLLMENT ASSISTANCE
Still working through the enrollment process? Get hands-on assistance in completing
admissions requirements, including the following:
• Verifying your financial aid packages and scholarships
• Completing Financial Check-In
• Choosing a housing assignment through your ASIST account
• Having college transcripts evaluated
• Meeting with a military advisor
There are two opportunities to attend this session at the Hancock Welcome Center:
• Thursday, Jan. 8, from 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
• Friday, Jan. 9, from 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
VEHICLE REGISTRATION
All vehicles on campus must have a current Liberty parking decal properly displayed.
The following documents will be helpful for completing the online registration process:
• Valid vehicle registration issued by a Department of Motor Vehicles
• Valid driver’s license of person registering the vehicle
Students will be notified by email to their Liberty address when the online vehicle registration
process begins. Visitors must obtain a parking decal to park on campus. Parking and trac
regulations and vehicle registration forms are listed at www.Liberty.edu/LUPD.
Nonemergency Number: (434) 592-7641
Emergency Number: (434) 592-3911
[email protected]y.edu
JERRY FALWELL LIBRARY
This state-of-the-art facility oers a wide range of materials and services to
students, faculty, and sta, including nearly 700,000 physical and electronic
resources as well as online and in-person instruction on utilizing them.
[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 582-2220
www.Liberty.edu/Library
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CAREER CENTER
The Career Center assists students in discovering their God-given potential and
provides avenues through which they can both improve their professional skills and
explore various career paths. As students consider their personal faith and values,
the Career Center helps them make decisions about their education and their future
using the following tools:
Richard Glass, director
DeMoss Hall, Room 1007
[email protected]erty.edu | (434) 592-4109
www.Liberty.edu/Career
• Experiential Education – Internships, job-shadowing, and mentoring
• The Washington Fellowship – An internship in our nation’s capital
• Professional Development – Preparatory training in writing cover letters and
résumés, interviewing, networking, and starting a job search
• Other Services – Graduate school preparation, career fairs, and workshops
• LU Network – An online job database for Liberty students and alumni
CAREER
CENTER
PARENT AND FAMILY CONNECTIONS OFFICE PFC
Parent and Family Connections provides programs designed specifically for
parents and serves as a liaison between them and university student support
services.
Theresa Dunbar, director
Hancock Welcome Center
Parents@liberty.edu | (434) 582-2339
www.Liberty.edu/Parents
PFC
STUDENT ADVOCATE OFFICE SAO
From their first day at Liberty through graduation, the Student Advocate
Oce is available to assist students with a variety of issues. SAO can help with
everything from financial aid and scholarships to roommate conflicts.
Justin Mercer, director
DeMoss Hall, Room 2247
[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 582-7200
www.Liberty.edu/SAO
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE
Kathy Scarborough, store manager
(434) 582-2316
Liberty.BNcollege.com
Buy textbooks for classes and Liberty apparel for yourself and your family at our
20,000-square-foot campus bookstore. Enjoy a latte while studying or relax with
friends at the bookstore’s cafe.
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ACADEMIC ADVISING
All new students who do not have a
schedule must meet with their professional
advisor to register for classes.
David Hart, director
Green Hall, Room 2668
CASAS@liberty.edu | (434) 592-4110
www.Liberty.edu/CASAS
BRUCKNER LEARNING CENTER BLC
Oers study strategy classes and
personalized tutoring.
Denise Green, assistant director
Green Hall, Room 2700
[email protected]y.edu | (434) 582-2226
www.Liberty.edu/BLC
DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
Oers foundational math classes
and supervised math lab assistance to
reduce test anxiety.
Dr. Kathy Spradlin, coordinator
Green Hall, Room 1500
DVMA@liberty.edu | (434) 592-3388
www.Liberty.edu/DVMA
OFFICE OF DISABILITY
ACADEMIC SUPPORT ODAS
Houses the Osborne Assistive Learning
Technology Center and the Hands of
Liberty Deaf Department.
Denny McHaney, director
Green Hall, Room 2668
Disability@liberty.edu | (434) 582-2159
www.Liberty.edu/Disability
TESTING SERVICES
A controlled test-taking environment to
combat test anxiety and provide specialized
testing services.
Devin Rachael, supervisor
Green Hall, Room 2700
T[email protected]erty.edu | (434) 582-2408
www.Liberty.edu/Testing
TUTORING SERVICES
Free peer-tutoring in more than
35 courses
Brandon Holmes, coordinator
Green Hall, Room 2700
T[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 582-2130
www.Liberty.edu/Tutoring
UNDERGRADUATE WRITING CENTER
Improves undergraduate writing proficiency
through one-on-one tutoring sessions
Kristen Libka, director
Green Hall, Room 2750
UndergradW[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 592-3174
www.Liberty.edu/UndergradWritingCenter
CENTER FOR DIGITAL WELLNESS
Teaches classes and provides a variety of
resources on the healthy use of technology
Dr. Sylvia Frejd
Green Hall, Room 2668
CASAS@liberty.edu | (434) 592-7765
www.Liberty.edu/DigitalWellness
NEW STUDENT SEMINAR NSSR 101
Provides new students with an introduction
to the academic, spiritual, and social aspects
of life at Liberty.
Clint Melton, coordinator
Green Hall, Room 2668
NewStudentSeminar@liberty.edu | (434) 592-4718
www.Liberty.edu/NSSR
INDIVIDUALIZED PROGRAMS OF STUDY IPS
Provides students with the option to
combine specializations in order to pursue a
degree that is not currently oered.
Barb Sherman, director
Green Hall, Room 2668
[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 592-4718
www.Liberty.edu/IndividualStudy
support serviCes
CENTER FOR ACADEMIC SUPPORT & ADVISING
SERVICES CASAS
CASAS
Dr. Brian Yates, dean
CASAS@liberty.edu | (434) 592-4110
www.Liberty.edu/CASAS
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CAMPUS RECREATION
Club sports, intramural sports, the LaHaye Student Union, the Liberty Mountain
Skate Park, the LaHaye Ice Center, and the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre oer
exciting venues for competition, relaxation, and connecting with friends.
Chris Misiano, senior director
Kirk Handy, senior director
www.Liberty.edu/CampusRec
CAMPUS
Recreation
STUDENT ACTIVITIES
Student Activities oers over 100 events each school year, including concerts, movie
nights, trail races, trips, and such campus favorites as Coeehouse and the Block Party.
Chris Misiano, senior director
StudentAc[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 592-3061
STUDENT
ACTIVITIES
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IT
The IT HelpDesk provides free computer support by certified technicians both over
the phone and through the walk-in support oce.
Jason Rawlings, director
www.Liberty.edu/IT | (434) 592-7800
The IT Marketplace provides students with the ability to purchase computers,
software, and more at discounted prices.
Connie Allison, director
www.Liberty.edu/ITMarketplace
IT
OFFICE OF SPIRITUAL PROGRAMS
Convocation is a unique opportunity for students to hear from speakers who are leaders
in both the Christian community and the cultural marketplace. Campus Church orients
students to their Creator through passionate worship and challenging messages firmly
rooted in biblical truth.
Dan Bolton, director
[email protected]y.edu | (434) 592-6510
www.Liberty.edu/FaithService
OSP
Card
Services
CARD SERVICES
Visit Card Services to receive your Flames Pass, which provides access to meal
plans, Flames Cash, events, residence halls, and campus-wide activities. You can
also receive information about the Higher One Card, which is issued to every
student. If you are anticipating a financial refund of any kind or a stipend/per diem
for team travel, you will need your Higher One Card to select a refund preference.
Deborah Nightingale, director
CardServ[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 582-7771
www.Liberty.edu/CardServices
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OFFICE OF STUDENT LEADERSHIP OSL
The Oce of Student Leadership equips carefully selected students to be leaders
in the residence halls and trains them to be a resource for others. The oce is
committed to loving, discipling, caring for, and praying for every student personally.
Dr. Todd Campo, vice president for student leadership
Green Hall, Room 1875
[email protected]rty.edu | (434) 592-4138
www.Liberty.edu/OSL
OSL
STUDENT COUNSELING SERVICES
Student Counseling Services oers complimentary counseling and mentorship while
also providing first-response ministry to students experiencing a personal or family crisis.
Robert Mullen, dean of students
Green Hall, Room 1830
[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 582-2651
www.Liberty.edu/StudentCare
Student
Counseling
CENTER FOR MULTICULTURAL ENRICHMENT
CENTER4ME
The center serves as an advocate for minority students and seeks to celebrate
cultural diversity by oering experiential learning opportunities to all students.
Melany A. Pearl, director
Green Hall, Room 1878
[email protected] | (434) 592-4020
www.Liberty.edu/Center4ME
Center
4ME
support serviCes
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Every student attending Liberty must agree to abide by the Honor Code in the
Liberty Way. The Oce of Student Conduct and the student court are responsible
for implementing the Liberty Way, which can be found at www.Liberty.edu/LibertyWay.
Robert Mullen, dean of students
Green Hall, Room 1830
[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 582-2320
www.Liberty.edu/StudentConduct
Student
Conduct
STUDENT CONDUCT
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY HONOR CODE AND STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICES
All students must complete the health form found in their ASIST account. Centra
Health, our chosen health care provider, works like a traditional doctor’s oce, and
the fee for visits is submitted to the patient’s health insurance provider. Oce visits
are billed at the regular rate and are not included in the price of Liberty’s tuition.
Green Hall, Room 1895
(434) 200-6370
www.Liberty.edu/StudentAairs/HealthServices
CAMPUS PASTORS OFFICE
Our oce of ordained pastors and life skills coordinators is here to provide guidance,
life skills coaching, mentoring, emergency assistance, parent support, chaplaincy
services, and a prayer center.
Robert Mullen, dean of students
Green Hall, Room 1830
[email protected]y.edu | (434) 592-5411
Email your prayer requests to [email protected]ty.edu
Health
Services
Campus
Pastors
Oce
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER ISC
The ISC meets the needs of the growing number of international students at
Liberty. Foreign student advisors, the international student program coordinator,
the international retention specialist, and the international student health
insurance representative are housed in the ISC.
Dr. William Wegert, dean
DeMoss Hall, Room 2003
[email protected]ty.edu | (434) 592-4118
www.Liberty.edu/International
ISC
This resource aids students with issues regarding their Liberty account. Sta are
ready to assist with questions relating to Financial Check-In, payment plans, or
student accounts.
Je Ford, director
Green Hall, Student Service Center
[email protected]erty.edu | (434) 592-3600
www.Liberty.edu/StudentAccounts
STUDENT ACCOUNTS
Student
Accounts
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ncaa division i athletic teams
TEAM EMAILCONTACT PHONE
TEAM EMAILCONTACT PHONE
club sports teams
Baseball
Basketball - Men’s
Basketball - Women’s
Cheerleading
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse - Women’s
Soccer - Men’s
Soccer - Women’s
Softball
Swimming & Diving - Women’s
Tennis - Men’s
Tennis - Women’s
Track/Cross Country -
Men’s/Women’s
Volleyball
Daniel Brown
Rebekah Ray
Katie Garlick
Jordan Ballard
Jodi Murphy
Kettie Fickter
Je Thomas
Annie McGinley
Je Alder
Jessica Hain
Bob Pinto
Jacob Shellenberger
Chris Johnson
Je Maren
Brant Tolsma
Rebecca Rudnick
(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
(434) 592-5714
[email protected]erty.edu
[email protected]rty.edu
kpgarlick@liberty.edu
cheer@liberty.edu
fieldho[email protected]ty.edu
kefickt[email protected]ty.edu
jthomas5@liberty.edu
afmcginley@liberty.edu
[email protected]
jjceli@liberty.edu
softb[email protected]erty.edu
jashellenberger@liberty.edu
[email protected]ty.edu
jdmaren@liberty.edu
bctolsma@liberty.edu
rlrudnick@liberty.edu
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
Rett McGibbon
Paul Bloomfield
Sara Niemi
Mitch Reno
Rachel Willis
Sarah Morris
Steve Bowman
Caroline Trexler
Tatiana Payne
Rachel Steele
Kyle McQuillan
Brian Davidson
Danny Rodriguez
Ryan Leeds
Tatiana Payne
Jesse Wilson
Parker Spencer
Jason Jarrett
Brian Rigg
Jesse Castro
(434) 592-4193
(540) 915-5450
(434) 592-7175
(434) 386-7383
(434) 592-6391
(434) 846-5839
Ext. 219
(909) 437-7521
(434) 592-5586
(434) 592-3957
(434) 592-5356
(434) 592-5435
(717) 645-3426
(434) 592-3458
(631) 885-1292
(434) 332-4980
(609) 784-2812
(434) 592-5435
(434) 426-6524
(434) 665-1123
(434) 426-0649
(434) 907-0711
(434) 582-7463
kshan[email protected]erty.edu
[email protected]erty.edu
ahmcgibbo[email protected]erty.edu
[email protected]ty.edu
[email protected]erty.edu
archery@liberty.edu
[email protected]
[email protected]rty.edu
discgolf@liberty.edu
cgmartin4@liberty.edu
tmgomez@liberty.edu
gym[email protected]erty.edu
menslacross[email protected]erty.edu
[email protected]rty.edu
racquetball@liberty.edu
[email protected]iberty.edu
tmgomez@liberty.edu
taekwon[email protected]erty.edu
triathlon@liberty.edu
ultimatefrisbee@liberty.edu
mensvolleyball@liberty.edu
jcastro@liberty.edu
athLetiCs ContaCts
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other ContaCts
music connections
ministry offices and connections
academic teams — organizations — student clubs
TEAM EMAILCONTACT PHONE
TEAM EMAILCONTACT PHONE
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
Chair of Music & Worship
Chair of Ethnic Music Studies
Chair of Music Department
Dr. Vernon Whaley
Dr. W. Douglas Crawley
Dr. John Kinchen
Dr. Stephen Kerr
Dr. Sean Beavers
Dr. Paul Rumrill
Paul Randlett
Dr. Katherine Morehouse
Dr. John Hugo
(434) 582-2562
(434) 592-6564
(434) 592-6563
(434) 582-2363
(434) 582-2289
(434) 582-2218
(434) 582-2271
(434) 592-5931
(434) 582-2359
vwhaley@liberty.edu
[email protected]ty.edu
jkinchen@liberty.edu
spkerr@liberty.edu
sbeavers@liberty.edu
prumrill@liberty.edu
phrandlet[email protected]rty.edu
[email protected]ty.edu
jwhugo@liberty.edu
Debate Team
Eagle Scholars Program
Intramural Sports
LaHaye Student Union
Quiz Bowl Team
Student Activities
SGA
Tau Sigma National
Honor Society
Michael Hall
Frank DiGregorio
Front Desk
Front Desk
Dr. Jim Nutter
Front Desk
Student Government
Dr. Brian Yates
(434) 582-2080
(434) 592-5601
(434) 592-3145
(434) 592-3148
(434) 592-3303
(434) 592-3061
(434) 582-2323
(434) 592-4110
mphall@liberty.edu
eaglescholar[email protected]rty.edu
intramuralsports@liberty.edu
[email protected]ty.edu
jhnutter@liberty.edu
studentactivitie[email protected]erty.edu
SGA@liberty.edu
[email protected]erty.edu
Center for Global Engagement
Department of Ministry Teams
Oce of Student Leadership
Spiritual Programs
Student Counseling Services
Center for Judaic Studies
Center for Women’s Ministries
Center for Youth Ministries
VisionPoint Pastoral Leadership
YouthQuest
Front Desk
Justin Smith
Dr. Todd Campo, V.P.
Dan Bolton
Cassie Carter
Dr. Randall Price
Dr. Monica Brennan
Jonathan Geukgeuzian
Dr. David Adams
Brett Schultz
(434) 592-6500
(434) 582-2002
(434) 592-4138
(434) 592-6510
(434) 582-2651
(434) 592-3249
(434) 582-2963
(434) 582-2310
(434) 592-4956
(434) 592-3754
[email protected]ty.edu
ministry[email protected]ty.edu
studentleadership@liberty.edu
[email protected]erty.edu
studentcare@liberty.edu
centerforjudaicstudies@liberty.edu
[email protected]ty.edu
[email protected]ty.edu
[email protected]ty.edu
youthq[email protected]y.edu
TEAM EMAILCONTACT PHONE
Please visit www.Liberty.edu/Clubs for a full list of clubs and organizations.
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CaMpus Map
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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School of Aeronautics facilities are
located at the Lynchburg Regional
Airport a few miles from the
main campus.
Call (434) 582-2064 for directions
or pick up printed directions at the
Hancock Welcome Center.
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STUDENT SERVICES
SCHOOLS & DEPARTMENTS
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20 and 21 to find its location and contact info.
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Access to rooftop terrace
SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION &
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COMMUNICATION
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STUDENT SERVICES
SCHOOLS & DEPARTMENTS
Looking for a certain academic department? Refer to pages
20 and 21 to find its location and contact info.
Access to rooftop terrace
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OLYMPIC SPORTS
TRAINING FACILITY
BOX OFFICE
1520
ACCESS
CONTROL
TOWER
THEATER
TOLSMA INDOOR TRACK
STUDENT SERVICE
CENTER
STUDENT
LEADERSHIP
GREEN HALL
MAIN ENTRANCE
DEPARTMENT OF
THEATRE ARTS
MATH EMPORIUM
IT
HELP
DESK
OLYMPIC
SPORTS
TRAINING
CENTER
CINEMATIC
ARTS,
ZAKI GORDON
CENTER
GREEN HALL
1
st
FLOOR
1500
1200
1948, 1948, 1960
1539
1589
1576
1944
1263 1265
1261
15611563
1558
1571
1510
CENTER4ME
TO THOMAS
ROAD BAPTIST
CHURCH
RESTROOM
STAIRS
ELEVATOR
STUDENT SERVICES
SCHOOLS & DEPARTMENTS
POST OFFICEPO
ONLINE COMMUNITIESOC
LIBERTY COUNSELLC
CENTER FOR MULTICULTURAL ENRICHMENTCENTER4ME
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATIONSGA
CENTER FOR
GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT
2500
CA 2356
2534
2535
2560
2561
2562
ARMY
ROTC
GREEN HALL
MAIN ENTRANCE
GREEN HALL
2
nd
FLOOR
CINEMATIC ARTSCA
CENTER FOR ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND
ADVISING SERVICES
Academic Advising, Bruckner Learning Center,
Career Center, Developmental Math, Eagle
Scholars Program, New Student-Athlete Advising,
New Student Seminar, Office of Disability
Academic Support, Professional Advising,
Professional/Continuing Education, Technical
Studies, and Tutoring/Testing Services
CASAS
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SGA
1884
PO
1943
1800
1881
1810
1892
1953
1957
1895
1954
1955 1956
OFFICE OF
STUDENT
HOUSING
CENTER FOR
CHRISTIAN/
COMMUNITY
SERVICE
DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH
PROFESSIONS
GREEN HALL TRANSFER CENTER
BOX OFFICE
SCHOOL OF LAW
LAHAYE
STUDENT
UNION
AQUATICS CENTER
RECREATION CENTER
1930
SOUTH
ENTRANCE
HEALTH
SERVICES
LC
OC
1887
LAW LIBRARY
CARD
SERVICES
SUPREME
COURT
CLASSROOM
COURT
ROOM
COURT
ROOM
DEAN OF
STUDENTS
1830
*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.
1880
1835
1848
1781
1886
1614
1615
1709
1713
1770
1774
1745
1771
1815
1785
1750
1680
1661
1610
1600
1848
THE
GRADUATE
SCHOOL
ONLINE AFFAIRS,
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY
ABROAD
1837
SCHOOL OF LAW
STUDENT
LEADERSHIP
2603
2604
2616
2618
2725 2775
2750
2668
ALUMNI
AFFAIRS
2659
2562
ARMY
ROTC
CASAS
Continue to the next page to see all of Lahaye Student Union.
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BOX OFFICE
CHICKFILA
TOWER
THEATER
LAHAYE EVENT SPACE
GREEN HALL
1
st
FLOOR
FOOD COURT
LAHAYE STUDENT UNION
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LAHAYE STUDENT
UNION ENTRANCE
LAHAYE
STUDENT
UNION
AQUATICS CENTER
RECREATION CENTER
1930
LAHAYE RECREATION & FITNESS CENTER
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TRANSIT ROUTES
71
75
72
76
This route connects The Circle and South Campus to
DeMoss Hall and Green Hall.
This route connects Green Hall to Camp Hydaway on
Liberty Mountain (seasonal route).
This route connects Liberty Mountain Drive and
East Campus to Green Hall.
stops serviCed
Green Hall
David’s Place
East Athletic Complex
East Athletic Overflow
East Campus Satellite Lot
East Athletic Overflow
East Athletic Complex
David’s Place
Liberty Mountain Dr.
East Campus Dr.
Liberty Godparent Home
LaHaye Ice Center
stops serviCed
DeMoss Hall
Aviation Academic Center
Freedom Aviation Hangar
stops serviCed
Residential Annex I & II
Keyhole
East Campus Tunnel
Liberty Bell
Liberty University Bookstore
Green Hall
LIBERTY CAMPUS
LIBERTY MOUNTAIN
EAST CAMPUS
AVIATION ACADEMIC CENTER
Monday-friday: 4:30 a.m.-2:20 a.m.
saturday-sunday: 8 a.m.-2:20 a.m.
71/72 combined runs
monday-Friday, 4:30 a.m.-7 a.m.
Monday-friday: 4:30 a.m.-2:20 a.m.
saturday-sunday: 8 a.m.-2:20 a.m.
71/72 combined runs
monday-Friday, 4:30 a.m.-7 a.m.
Monday-friday: 4:30 a.m.-2:30 a.m.
stops serviCed
Green Hall
The Hill
DeMoss Hall
Residential Commons
Keyhole
East Campus Tunnel
Liberty Bell
Liberty University Bookstore
stops serviCed
Green Hall
Observatory
Camp Hydaway
Monday-friday: 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
saturday-sunday: 10 a.m.-11:40 p.m.
stops serviCed
Green Hall*
Wingate
Liberty Mountain Conference
Center
Center for Medical and
Health Sciences*
Monday-friday: 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
*only stops serviced aFter 2:10 p.m.,
monday-Friday
saturday-sunday: 8 a.m.-2:30 a.m.
73
This route connects the Liberty Residential Annex via
Green Hall and DeMoss Hall.
RESIDENTIAL ANNEX
74
LUCOM
*Transit route runs on aviation class schedule
from 7:25 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
See www.Liberty.edu/Transit for detailed schedule
s
s
s
SEE PAGES 2223 FOR BUS STOP LOCATIONS
Transit routes 71, 72, 73, 74, and 75 have scheduled transfers at Green Hall Transfer Station.
On evenings and weekends, most transfers are in 20-minute intervals from the top of the hour. Transfers are more frequent on weekdays.
= Northbound = Southbound
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Snowflex
Wingate
Liberty Mountain Conference Center
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