Do You Know a Champion?

We the Champions

We the Champions. What does that really mean?

Is it a new LU cheer for good character? Is it a way to rally our diverse student body? Or is it a fresh twist on our Training Champions for Christ tagline?

Actually, it’s all of those things and a whole lot more.

Mirroring “We the People,” in the first line of the United States Constitution, “We the Champions” is designed to unify the many members of the Liberty community. Our commitment to living out our vibrant Christian faith in a university setting is illustrated through our own Declaration.  

It’s a way to tell the world why we do what we do. It affirms our identity as Champions for Christ and highlights how we are living out the biblical character traits of a true champion. 

Why does the biblical studies student choose to spend his summer sharing the Gospel on the Las Vegas Strip? What got the business student excited about helping to run summer camps for kids on the southeast coast? And what motivated the cinematic arts student to travel to Peru on her break to renovate part of a church while capturing it all on video?

What’s it all about? Why does our community do what we do?

At Liberty, students are trained to make a difference. They define success as something bigger than grades and trophies. And they’re empowered to not only succeed in a career but also to thrive in their relationships with God and with others.

 

Help us share Champion stories

Have you seen gratitude, humility, integrity, joy, love, perseverance, service, or unity demonstrated in someone at LU? Whether it’s in an academic, athletic, or social setting, we want to hear about it.

And then we want to help you share it with the world.

Go to the We the Champions website to share the story, and while you’re there — get a closer look at what it means to be a champion at Liberty University. 


Our Declaration

We the Champions

In Order To
Affirm our tradition of unwavering faith, ignite a passion for wisdom, challenge perspectives, inspire creativity, and pursue knowledge,
Do Resolve To
Be the voice for the voiceless, bring healing to the hurting, fight for the oppressed, defend freedom, defy stereotypes, and follow God’s calling wherever it may lead.


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