Contact a Graduate Admissions Advisor
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Walk-Ins Welcome: Hancock Welcome Center
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By phone: 877-298-9617
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Dr. Terrell L. Elam
Hometown: Lebanon, MO
Family: I have my wife Robyn, three daughters (Sandra Lynn, Amanda Joy and Jessica Diane) and nine grandchildren (Shaun Michael, Matthew, Chai, Michala, Mark Jr., Nora, Ricky Jr., Madison, and Jackson).
Favorite Place on Campus: My favorite place on campus would be the Vines Center when convocation take place with the largest gathering of Christian young people on a weekly basis.
Favorite Lynchburg Restaurant: Robin Alexander Bistro
What advice do you give future students? To pay attention to what God is doing in your life, who God is bringing across your path and the small still voice that speaks Truth.
Hometown: Lynchburg, Virginia
Family: Eldest of Five Children
Favorite Place on Campus: The Snowflex Lodge – a great place to watch the sunset!
Favorite Lynchburg Restaurant: Waterstone Pizza
Why did you choose to attend Liberty University? When I was in middle school, my father graduated from Liberty University with a Masters in Theology. Liberty is a wonderful university seeking to train men and women to grow spiritually, mentally and physically to reach the world for Christ. I wanted to come to Liberty University to receive this educational experience.
Hometown: Rocky Mount, VA
Family: My rescue pup, Winnie, and a huge amazing family back home.
Favorite restaurant in Lynchburg: I love brunch! It's a toss up between The Dahlia and Benjamin's. Both are incredible.
What advice do you give future Graduate students of Liberty University? Plan to work hard, but know that you will have an incredible support system here at Liberty University. You and your classmates are working toward the same goal, so don't forget to utilize all of the resources available to you and make some long-lasting connections along the way.
National Representative of Graduate Studies
Hometown: Benin, Nigeria
Family: Vincent (father), Gladys (mother), & brothers (Ailen, Ose, Aize, Onos, Ofure)
Favorite Lynchburg restaurant: Magnolia Foods or Panera Bread
What advice do you give future Graduate students of Liberty University? Know your why. No matter what you decide, know why you need and want this degree, so that it will help drive you when the going gets tough.
What sets Liberty University apart from other schools? There isn’t a greater place to gain an exceptional education, with biblical values, and thriving campus environment.
Hometown: Noblesville, Indiana
Family: Husband- Micah Curtis, Parents- Scott and Jo Bowles, Sister- Meghan, Brother- Gunnar
Favorite Place on campus: Snowflex Lodge
Favorite Lynchburg restaurant: Robin Alexander’s
Why did you choose to attend Liberty University? I Chose Liberty because out of all the college campuses I had visited, this was the only place where I really felt the Lord calling me to go. There is an unexplainable feeling that I got when I first stepped foot onto campus. I could not deny where God was calling me to go!
Hometown: Mineola, New York (Long Island)
Family: Son, Connor and daughter, Kaitlyn
Favorite Place on Campus: Hancock Welcome Center
Favorite Lynchburg Restaurant: Shoemaker’s
What advice do you give future Graduate students of Liberty University? Enjoy and explore the networking possibilities within and outside your classes. Making connections is the foundation to moving forward in life and helps you learn from others' experiences.
What sets Liberty University apart from other schools? Liberty consistently re-invests in the programs and facilities to provide world-class educational quality.
Hometown: Taneytown, Maryland
Family: Mom and 3 sisters
Favorite Place on Campus: The top of DeMoss; the overlook and breeze make for a relaxing getaway from studying.
Favorite Lynchburg Restaurant: Brauburger
What advice do you give future Graduate students of Liberty University? Take lots of naps and remember to use spellcheck.
What sets Liberty University apart from other schools? The faculty at Liberty University are eager to help students succeed in their careers and have been instructive and supportive of my career goals throughout my time here.
Hometown: Lynchburg, VA
Favorite Place on Campus: The Library—I just like books!
Favorite Lynchburg Restaurant: The Muse
What sets Liberty University apart from other schools? The Christian education that refuses to sacrifice the quality education employers are looking for and the competitive edge with the Ivy Leagues.
What advice do you give future students? It’s more of a challenge—to find the perfect balance of work and play. Studying hard is great but with all the events and things to do on campus, it’d be best to take some time and enjoy those offerings.
Hometown: New Port Richey, FL
Family: Wife Stephanie and baby girl named Maggie Rose will be here in March, God willing.
Favorite Place on Campus: Football Stadium
Favorite Lynchburg Restaurant: Pho 1 (Vietnamese)
Why did you choose to attend Liberty University? I saw how it impacted my brother’s life who attended here and that encouraged me to attend.
What sets Liberty University apart from other schools? Liberty offers many programs from a Christ-centered mindset and prepares you to go out into the world to be a “Champion for Christ” as our founder Jerry Falwell Sr. used to say!
Hometown: Monroe, NC
Family: Husband, Fred, and puppy named Nahla
Favorite Place on campus: The Monogram, because of the great view of Lynchburg. Hike up and watch a sunset.
Favorite Lynchburg restaurant: Waterstone Pizza
Why did you choose to attend Liberty University? I chose to attend Liberty University because of the genuine faculty and students that I met on my first visit to campus. I knew that I wanted a Christian environment and education, and Liberty met all of my expectations.
Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri
Favorite Place on Campus: New intermural fields on Candler’s Mountain
Favorite Lynchburg Restaurant: The Dahlia
Why did you choose to attend Liberty University? I attended Liberty University because I felt that God was pulling me to attend the school. I was an athlete in High School and had multiple offers to continue my athletic career else ware; however, I loved Liberty’s campus and the opportunity to gain a college education with a spiritual influence was very important to me. Liberty was the only school I actually applied to officially and was accepted provisionally before I started my senior year of High School. The rest is history.
Hometown: Port of Spain, Trinidad
Family: Parents and two younger sisters
Favorite Place on Campus: School of Music building
Favorite Lynchburg Restaurant: Rivermont Pizza
Why did you choose to attend Liberty?
During my college search, Liberty was the only school that encouraged me through the admissions process, focused on me as an individual, and made sure all my needs were met. That was when I knew Liberty was the right choice for me.
What sets Liberty University apart from other schools?
Liberty is devoted to seeing students grow spiritually and excel academically.
Hometown: Asheville, NC
Family: Husband Matt, and our Yorkie-Poo, Bailey
Favorite Place on campus: The Tower Theatre! Our Theatre department is full of talented students and their productions are always enjoyable.
Favorite Lynchburg restaurant: Robin Alexander Bistro
Why did you choose to attend Liberty University? I chose to attend Liberty University when I attended a College For A Weekend event as a junior in high school. I knew I wanted to go to a Christian school and was thoroughly impressed with Liberty's commitment to glorify God. I quickly realized at CFAW that Liberty was going to give me an amazing college experience when I would grow not only academically, but spiritually as well.
Hometown: Been around the world as a Military Brat.
Family: One of six, now Married with 2 kids
Favorite Place on Campus: the Reading Atrium in the Library
Favorite Lynchburg Restaurant: The White Hart
What advice do you give future students? Be sure to make time for the LORD while you’re here (I recommend going to the Library, most of your friends won’t be there so bring your Bible, Journal and any other devotional items you may need) and never underestimate the power to be had from prayer and fasting!