Alumni Relations

Alumni Relations Office Contact Information

Office Contact

phone (800) 628-7973
hours 8am-4:30pm, M-F
2659 Green Hall

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Tyler Falwell '06

Alumni Director

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I grew up around campus and attended countless activities, athletic events, and I knew that Liberty University was the place for me. In 2006, I graduated from Liberty with a BS in Sport Management.

Following graduation I began working at Liberty as the Project Manager of the Liberty University Transit system which is extremely successful in transporting students around campus and the city of Lynchburg. Since my time at Liberty I have been involved in a few business endeavors, as well as very active in local clubs and civic groups. Most recently, I was named minority owner of the Lynchburg Hillcats minor league baseball team, as well as being named to their Board of Directors.

I am excited to be the Director of Alumni Relations. Liberty University's mission is something I take personally and am very excited to do my part to further the mission. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have about Liberty University or want to know more ways to get involved. I take great pride in being part of a family who is known because of a spiritual giant, Dr. Jerry Falwell.

"Long after we've gone to Heaven, maybe 50 years from now...we rather the property be burned to the ground and vacated if it should ever cease to be God's University." - Dr. Jerry Falwell

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Murna Gado

Murna Gado '08

Alumni Officer


The Lord brought me to Liberty in the fall of 2003.  I was encouraged here by loving parents and siblings but was still hesitant about attending, but I am still here.  My freshman year was such an enjoyable experience. The friendship, mentorship and teaching I received persuaded me to stay. Through those years the Lord used Liberty to strengthen my faith. My time as a student was a tremendous blessing! I now get to work in an organization that has been influential to countless number of people.   

I majored in Business Management and now apply the knowledge I learned as an Alumni Relations Officer.   I am excited about working with and getting to know the thousands of Liberty Alumni.   Our office is always open to Alumni so when in town, please stop by for a visit in room 2659 Green Hall!


Michael Hammond '14

Alumni Student Officer

I became a student at Liberty University in Spring 2011. It is a privilege to be in such a Christ-centered environment, surrounded by students and professors who love and pursue God. I joined the Alumni Relations Office as a student worker at the beginning of the Fall 2012 semester. I am majoring in computer science, and am hoping to work in the information security and intelligence fields in the near future. Besides working at Liberty, I hold the position of vice president at Lynchburg PENSA Ministries, a student-led church. In my free time, I am very involved with music, whether it’s playing instruments, producing music and audio engineering, or discovering new music.

I am learning so much and am honored to be part of the Alumni Relations Office.

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Chad Dilworth '15

Alumni Student Officer

God brought me to Liberty as a transfer student in the spring of 2013. My initial career goal was to be an electrical engineer, but God had different plans for me. When I returned to Liberty in Fall 2013, God led me to study in Business Administration with a specification in finance. Since I changed my degree plan, God has opened many doors for me. One of the most exciting doors that have opened so far has been the opportunity to work with the Alumni Relations Office. Working in this office has been a great experience, and I know that it will be a great asset in my professional career down the road. In the future I would like to start my own business and use that business to further the kingdom of God. My typical day involves various activities with friends, especially sports and any physical activity. I am very excited to see where God leads me through this job and what skills and relationships I develop through the Alumni Relations Office.

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