Student Affairs

Student Affairs

Graduate Student Affairs

Mark Hine, B.S., M.Div., D.Min.
Senior Vice President for Student Affairs

Robert Mullen, B.S., M.Div., J.D.
Dean of Students

Joshua Brown, B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D.
Director for Research and Assessment

Dustin DuBose, B.S., M.Div.
Executive Director of Residence Life

Keith Anderson, B.S., M.A., M.R.E., D.Min.
Executive Director for Student Health and Wellness Services

Office of the Senior Vice President


The purpose of Liberty University’s Office of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs is to work with the administration, faculty and staff to foster an experience that promotes personal development and learning.

The Division contributes to the University’s mission by preparing students for leadership and involvement in an increasingly diverse, technologically-sophisticated and complex global society.

Student Affairs carries out this mission by:

  • Responding to the needs of students as they grow spiritually, academically and socially
  • Presenting leadership opportunities and offering leadership training
  • Maintaining an atmosphere that provides fertile ground for spiritual growth
  • Offering co-curricular programming that encourages students’ academic growth
  • Promoting and celebrating the rich cultural differences found at the University
  • Assisting students in responsible decision-making

Office of the Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students comprises the Office of Community Life, Office of Student Life, Student Counseling Services, Commuter Student Life, Graduate Student Life, and the Office of Online Student Life. The Office exists to meet the emotional, physical and spiritual needs of each student in a way that promotes holistic student development and individual maturity. For additional information, visit the Office of the Dean of Students’ website.

Office of Community Life


The purpose of the Office of Community Life is to engage students to actively experience a holistic community through abiding by the code of conduct, participating in restorative practices, receiving mentoring, and utilizing conflict resolution. Community Life seeks to engage students in a critical time of personal development to educate and equip them to better live in community with one another.

Code of Conduct

The Administration and Faculty have committed Liberty to the highest standards of moral and ethical conduct. No one will become spiritual merely by observing rules; nonetheless, the spiritual student will desire to abide by the rules, regulations and policies. Liberty holds as one of its foremost goals the development of men and women of strong character. Firm moral conviction and dependable self-discipline are as important to the mission of the university as academic aptitude.

Students are expected to conduct themselves according to the rules of the University at all times. The specific rules, regulations, and policies that govern student behavior are outlined both in this catalog and in the Code of Honor, which is available on the Office of Community Life website.

Students enrolled in the Liberty University Graduate School and Liberty University Online are subject to the Liberty University Code of Honor as well as the Liberty Way (if living on campus). This information is available online at as well as this Catalog.

Students enrolled in the Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) are subject to the LUCOM Code of Conduct. This information is available on the LUCOM website at

Students enrolled in the School of Law are subject to the Liberty University School of Law Academic Honor Code and Personal Code of Honor. This information is available on the School of Law website at

Students enrolled in the College of Osteopathic Medicine are subject to the Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine Code of Conduct. This information is available on the College of Osteopathic Medicine website at


The CARE Team (Collaborate, Assess, Resource, Empower) exists to promote the safety and well-being of the university community. The CARE Team, comprised of core members from departments across campus that have the most direct student interaction, works collaboratively to assess students who may be displaying concerning behavior(s), and seeks to effectively resource them to on and off campus providers that help promote holistic student success. The CARE Team provides two primary services: threat assessment and case management. Threat assessment is conducted on each referral to determine the level of risk a student poses to themselves or others. Case management and advocacy services are also offered to help determine what resources may be most beneficial for the students’ unique situation, or to collaborate with students on resources they are already pursuing.

Graduate Student Life

Graduate students can connect with similar students in the Commuter Lounge in GH 1875, at professional development workshops designed for graduate students, or at events designed for this cohort. Graduate Student Life is located in GH 1887.

Commuter Student Life

Commuters are encouraged to get connected with other commuters in the Commuter Lounge in GH 1875 and at events planned for commuters.  Commuters can follow Commuter Student Life on Facebook at and on Instagram at

Commuter Community Groups

These groups are designed to give commuters a similar spiritual connection as on-campus residential students.  These groups are set up as either male, female, or co-ed and they meet on various days of the week on or off campus.  Commuters interested in being a Commuter Shepherd are invited to fill out this form -

Student Health Center & Wellness Initiatives


The department of Student Health Center and Wellness Initiatives seeks to provide quality medical health services and educational programming that promotes healthy living in the university community.

Department Objectives

  • Provide designated clinics and services that are cost-effective and responsive to student needs.
  • Promote campus-wide wellness initiatives so as to reduce the impact of illness and other health concerns which may interfere with student success.
  • Maintain the security of student health records and oversee the official release of information to comply with federal and state regulations.
  • Coordinate the distribution of self-disclosed student medical information among university departments so that students with health related needs might secure the necessary support services. 

Liberty University Student Health Center, located in Commons III on main campus, is a service of Central Virginia Family Physicians (CVFP), providing quality medical care and assisting students and faculty in maintaining and optimizing their health. Effective Fall 2016, Liberty University and its counseling program will be partnering with nationally recognized CVFP-Medical Group to provide students with quality medical and mental health services, health promotion, and preventive care. A $160 student health fee built into tuition and fees each semester will cover a wide variety of services in our Student Health Center.

Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The office is closed from 12:00 PM to 1 PM. To schedule an appointment, please call (434) 338-7774. Additional information is provided on the Health Services webpage at

Student Affairs Office Locations

Office Location
Senior Vice President for Student Affairs GH 2750
Dean of Students Office GH 1880
Student Counseling Services
GH 1830
Office of Community Life
GH 1880
Commuter Student Life
GH 1887
Commuter Student Lounge
GH 1875
Graduate Student Life
GH 1887
Online Student Life
GH 1887
Office of Residence Life Common II, T030
Residence Leadership
Residence Housing
Student Government Association Montview Student Union, Room 3560
Health and Wellness
Health Center and Wellness Initiatives
Commons III
LU Student Health Center
Commons III
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