With more than 100,000 students now training to be Champions for Christ, Liberty University’s campus is alive with changes to better serve an ever-growing student body. Large-scale construction for the $400 million rebuilding of campus is underway, and additional plans are frequently being added to the development process. More than a dozen major projects are planned both on and off campus to enhance the educational, recreational, and social opportunities available to students at the world’s largest Christian university.
The university has adopted a new master plan that was unveiled in the Summer 2013 Liberty Journal. This blueprint charts the goals university leadership has for campus in the coming years. Many of the projects are nearing completion or are newly finished. These include the new Vines Center Practice Facility, the Jerry Falwell Library, and the Liberty Baseball Stadium. Many more facilities are under construction or in the planning stages.
Both current and future students will benefit greatly from the campus overhaul. One of the largest undertakings is the first of six new eight-story residence halls, which will open in time for the Fall 2014 semester. New academic buildings will include state-of-the-art science and music halls, as well as the Center for Medical and Health Sciences. These facilities will be designed to bring students the best there is to offer in their fields, equipping them for success in their future careers.
Stay up-to-date on all of Liberty’s plans by visiting www.Liberty.edu/MasterPlan.