Alumni News

May 2011

Student talent shines in campus art shows

More than 40 pieces were displayed in the Annual Juried Student Art Show this month. ...

5.11.2011 | Read More

More than 10,000 to receive degrees

At Commencement 2011, which begins at 10 a.m. at Arthur L. Williams Stadium, Liberty will honor its 10,930 graduates in front of an estimated crowd of 30,000. ...

5.10.2011 | Read More

Liberty Athletics earns national academic certification

The National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics (N4A) has granted Liberty Athletics national academic certification. ...

5.6.2011 | Read More

LU Online partners with

Liberty University Online has announced a partnership with, the leading live, online tutoring service in the United States. ...

5.6.2011 | Read More

Liberty receives page from 1611 King James Bible

A framed, original page from the Psalms was delivered to campus on Monday, May 2 (the official anniversary), a gift from a former administrator and longtime friend of Liberty, Dr. C. Sumner Wemp. ...

5.6.2011 | Read More

Liberty Athletics honors students for academic achievements

Liberty Athletics held its ninth annual Academic Awards Banquet on Monday, May 2, honoring the hard work and achievements of its student-athletes in the classroom. ...

5.5.2011 | Read More

Liberty staff members win design awards

Five graphic designers with Liberty University’s Office of Promotional Publications have been awarded certificates of excellence in the 2011 American InHouse Design Awards. ...

5.3.2011 | Read More

Liberty, local contractors partner to revive church building project

After 20 years of fundraising efforts, the congregation of Poplar Spring Baptist Church celebrated the unveiling of its new fellowship hall on Sunday, May 1, along with Liberty University administration, staff and local contractors who donated labor and materials to help the church meet its goal. ...

5.3.2011 | Read More

Liberty to add Zaki Gordon Center for the Cinematic Arts

Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. announced today that plans are under way for a Center for the Cinematic Arts to open in 2011-12 academic year.

5.2.2011 | Read More

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