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Graduate Campus -
The new Center for Medical and Health Sciences is the first building to be completed on Liberty’s new professional/graduate campus. Administrators are considering new academic buildings at the Campbell County site for Liberty’s graduate programs, including the A.W. and Lois Overton Graduate School of Business, Liberty University Rawlings School of Divinity, and Liberty University School of Law. Nearby off-campus housing is also being planned.

South Campus Chapel
A new prayer chapel is being planned near the south residential quad. Seating about 225 guests, the new chapel will not only be a place for students, faculty, and staff to pray daily, but will also serve as a venue for weddings, which could be held inside, or outside under an atrium. There is no expected start date for this project, but planners hope to have it constructed within the next three years.

Residential Commons
Residential Commons I houses 1,200 students; Residential Commons II houses 1,000 students. Each room features a private bath and each floor has laundry facilities and a common lounge.

Residential Commons I was completed in Fall 2014; Residential Commons II was completed in January 2016.

Vines Center
This domed arena used to host sporting events, concerts, church services, conferences, and Convocation. It is one of the largest on-campus basketball arenas in Virginia, with a seating capacity of more than 10,000 for special events (8,085 for basketball). It includes a practice facility for Liberty men’s and women’s basketball teams (completed in Fall 2013). Original construction was completed in 1990 with renovations completed in 2014.

Jerry Falwell Library
Named after Liberty’s founder, Dr. Jerry Falwell, the library has 4 stories and over 170,000 square feet of space.

It houses an automated storage retrieval system (ASRS), 4-story book tower, 2-story reading room, 6 learning commons, one technology commons, 30 group-study rooms, multiple terraces and balconies, and the Tinney Café. It was completed January 2014.

Center for Music and the Worship Arts
Located along Liberty’s main academic corridor, across the courtyard from DeMoss Hall and adjacent to Jerry Falwell Library, the center is comprised of two linked, 4-story buildings spanning 140,000 square feet. The facility houses Liberty’s School of Music, the seventh largest music school in the country. It is equipped exclusively with Steinway pianos. 

The academic wing was completed in the Fall of 2015. An expansion will include a concert hall with seating capacity of up to 1,600. Expected completion of concert hall is Summer 2016.

Science Hall
This 4-story, 121,000-square-foot facility is more than triple the size of the university’s previous science building. Completed in the spring of 2015, the building houses classrooms, an auditorium, and more than 30 laboratories designed for hands-on learning, including an advanced anatomy lab and a cell culture lab. It is equipped with more than $2 million of equipment, including a gene sequencer and GC mass spectrometer.

DeMoss Campus Center
A 4-story, 150,000-square-foot expansion of DeMoss Hall will include:

Additional space for academics, meetings, and offices 

Large event space 

Art gallery 

Retail dining venues 

A lounge area overlooking the Academic Commons 

A bowling alley 

Expected completion: Summer 2016

Freedom Tower
This will be the tallest structure in Lynchburg at 275 feet and will overlook the new Academic Commons. The Tower will include special event space, an observation floor and the Rawlings School of Divinity. 

Expected completion: Fall 2017

Kamphuis Field at Liberty Softball Stadium
Completed in the Spring of 2015, this NCAA-regulation softball field includes locker rooms, 1,000 chair back seats, a video scoreboard, and AstroTurf with a clay infield that has been specially treated to repel water. The stadium mirrors many features of the Liberty Baseball Stadium.

LaHaye Student Union
This 230,000-square-foot facility is comprised of five unique facilities: 

LaHaye Recreation & Fitness Center – 25-yard pool, two spas, five hardwood basketball/ volleyball courts, locker and restroom facilities, cardio loft, weight room, and a 4,000-square-foot climbing area with a 40-foot climbing tower 

Tilley Student Center – retail dining venues and student lounge 

Thomas Indoor Soccer Center – two regulation, AstroTurf soccer fields, open recreation times for pickup soccer as well as scheduled times for intramural sports and Liberty men's and women's soccer teams 

LaHaye Multipurpose Center – two hardwood basketball courts and four volleyball courts 

LaHaye Event Space – large venue used for Student Activities events, including Campus Artist Series, Open Mic Night, game nights, concerts, and more

School of Aeronautics Hangar
A new hangar at the Liberty University School of Aeronautics facility at Lynchburg Regional Airport is being built to allow pilots to take advantage of ramp space currently under construction. The 100-by-140 hangar will be used by the school for a variety of purposes, including storing aircraft and maintenance operations. It will also benefit Freedom Aviation, the flight operations center and aviation business used by the SOA.

Liberty Mountain Projects
Liberty’s expansive mountain property is home to the Morris Campus Farm (where students can grow their own produce), an astronomical observatory with six research-quality telescopes (including a 24-inch main scope), and a new clubhouse for Liberty’s NCAA golf team located near the Equestrian Center and motocross track.

Parking Garage
A 1,400-space parking garage opened near the vehicular tunnel. The five-level garage is conveniently located along Regents Parkway, Liberty’s perimeter road.