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NCAA Division I Athletic Programs
Big South Football Championships
NCAA Division 1 conference titles
Sasser Cup wins in 18 years
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The mission of Liberty University — Training Champions for Christ — is a bold invitation to leave your mark on the world, not to settle for mediocrity but to envision a life that elevates everything and everyone it touches. We are not about maintaining the status quo but about challenging men and women to pursue excellence in every sphere of life and be who they were created to be. These are the stories of students, graduates, faculty, and friends — all Champions for Christ — using their talents, knowledge, and skills to infuse every aspect of our culture with the beauty and light of the Gospel.
Since 1971, the mission of Liberty University has been to develop Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills essential for impacting tomorrow’s world. With a unique heritage and an ever-expanding influence, Liberty remains steadfast in its commitment of Training Champions for Christ.
Take a few moments to see who we are, how far we’ve come, and where we are headed as we boldly approach the future as the world’s largest Christian university.
Life is an intricate collection of moments that all work together to develop the beautiful story that God is writing for each of us. We have the chance to make the most of each opportunity — the moments that affect the choices that we make, and those that we effect for life change. Join us at Liberty University to discover your Kairos moment.
‘93 alumna of Liberty University, shares her heart about why Liberty is like no other place in the world and how her time there helped her become who she is today.
Liberty University alumnus (’88) and Grammy Award winner TobyMac shares his testimony about his time training to be a Champion for Christ at Liberty University.
Liberty University alumna (’05) and Dove Award winner Meredith Andrews shares her testimony about her time training to be a Champion for Christ at Liberty University.
Committed to training filmmakers in a distinctly Christ-centered environment, Liberty University’s cinematic arts program effectively prepares students to impact the culture for Christ.
Home to Liberty University Flames Basketball and Volleyball teams, the facility is also used for concerts, church services, conferences, and Convocation.
Opened in January 2014, this beautifully designed building houses an array of study spaces including six learning commons, one technology commons, and 33 group-study rooms. Multiple terraces and balconies provide additional space to relax, and several dining options are available.
As the largest stadium in the Big South Conference with 19,200 seats, this impressive athletic facility also boasts a 110-foot viewing tower and houses the Football Operations Center, containing locker rooms, coaches’ offices, equipment and weight rooms, and a training facility.
Opened in February 2013, the Liberty Baseball Stadium features the latest turf playing surface, as well as full-length, major league-style dugouts, a fully equipped media area, two suites, a club room, and a spectator picnic area.
The Liberty University Tower Theater is home to the Department of Theatre Arts as well as Liberty's professional theater company, Alluvion Stage Company.
The Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre offers students the opportunity to ski, snowboard, and tube year-round with its cutting-edge terrain technology.
Liberty's campus gives university guests a comfortable setting to begin their journey as Champions for Christ. The building includes a theater, meeting rooms, and offers a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The observatory includes a roll-off roof room with several 8-inch telescopes and a 10-foot DIA dome with a high-powered research-quality telescope. The facility also features an RC Optical Systems 20-inch Truss Ritchey-Chrétien telescope equipped with a charge-coupled device camera for exceptional photographs.
As the primary academic building on campus, this impressive structure spans 500,000 square feet over four floors and houses computer labs, classrooms and student resource centers, and a rooftop terrace.
The LaHaye Ice Center is home to Liberty men's and women's hockey teams, as well as the synchronized skating and figure skating teams. Recently renovated, the ice center seats 4,000 fans and includes 10 box suites.
Comprised of two 9-story residence halls, the recently completed Residential Commons houses 2,200 students. The rooms in both halls feature a private bath, and every floor provides laundry facilities and a common lounge. Additional residential facilities are also planned for the site.
Completed during the Spring 2015 semester, the Science Hall features more than 20 “wet” labs, a cell-culture facility, several research labs, and more than $2 million in equipment, including a GC mass spectrometer and a gene sequencer.
The new Center for Music and the Worship Arts features 124 Steinway pianos and 43 teaching studios complete with piano, songwriting, and music computer labs. Additionally, the center includes a 1,600-seat concert hall to be completed in the summer of 2016.
Home to the Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine, the center includes lecture halls, a research center, standardized patient and simulation facilities, clinical medicine and anatomy labs, an extensive library, and incredible views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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