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A Unique Privilege

The Jerry Falwell Library is the hub of Liberty’s intellectual community, providing a welcoming environment with plenty of space for active learning, content creation, quiet reflection and collaborative work.  The beautiful multi-story structure overlooks a manmade lake and sit at both the geographical and academic center of Liberty’s campus. 

The naming opportunities associated with this future "heart of the university" hold special significance.  Generous supporters have the unique privilege of Honoring the Past while Embracing the Future.  Click on the links below to learn more about these high-profile spaces available for naming.

Available

Automated Book Retrieval System (ABRS)

Automated Storage & Retrieval System (ASRS)

 

Book Tower

Book Tower

 

Lake

Lake

 

Lakeside Terrace

Lakeside Terrace

             

Learning Commons: 2
(North Wing)

 

Learning Commons: 0 (South Wing)

Learning Commons: 0
(South Wing)

 

Learning Commons: 3 (South Wing)

Learning Commons: 3
(South Wing)

 

Flexible Study Space

Scholars Lounge

Terrace Overlook

Scholars Lounge Balcony

           

 

 

 

       

Named

Robot

Robots
(3 total)

 

Reading Room Terrace - Named

Lower Reading Room Balconies

 

The Colonnade

Colonnade Balcony

 

 Dining Patio

Café Terrace

             

Lakeside Balcony

Upper Reading Room Balcony

 

Graduate and Faculty Commons Balcony

Scholars Balcony

 

Reading Room

Reading Room

 

Group Study Space

Group Study Rooms
(33 total)

             

Welcome & Customer Service Center

Welcome & Customer
Service Center

 

Food Court

Café

 

Grand Entrance Hall

Atrium

 

Lakeside Atrium - has been named

Lakeside Overlook

             

Skybridge

Skybridge

 

Lakeside Study Lounge

Lakeside Study Lounge

 

Multipurpose Conference Room

Terrace Conference Room

 

Research Assistance Classroom - named

Active Learning Classroom

             

Technology Center

Technology Commons

 

Learning Commons: 1 (South Wing)

Learning Commons: 1
(South Wing)

 

Learning Commons

Learning Commons: 2
(South Wing)

 

 

 

COMPUTER LAB

NAMING INFORMATION


Cost:
$XXXX.XX

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(866) 602-7983
The automated book and retrieval system will provide the latest and most efficient robotic technology for storing and retrieving library resources. With three robots to pull materials from a collection of up to 450,000 items, students will be able to request and have items delivered to a pick-up point in a matter of minutes. Students and visitors will watch this state-of-the-art technology in operation from several viewing locations in the building. The system will be an important focal point of the entire library complex.

Lake
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Just south of the new library, the lake will provide a place for reflection and inspiration as it is enjoyed from the outdoor terrace seating, the food court, the library’s lakeside overlook spaces and the beautifully landscaped surrounding lawn.
1,000,000
Automated Storage & Retrieval System (ASRS)
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The automated storage retrieval system will provide the latest and most efficient robotic technology for storing and retrieving library resources. With three robots to pull materials from a collection of up to 450,000 items, students will be able to request and have items delivered to a pick-up point in a matter of minutes. Students and visitors will watch this state-of-the-art technology in operation from several viewing locations in the building. The system will be an important focal point of the entire library complex.
500,000
Atrium
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Located at the main entrance to the library and connecting the North and South Wings, this bright, welcoming gateway will be a highly populated hub where students meet and connect. With the library being near the geographic center of the campus, this area will truly be a crossroads for the entire academic community.
500,000
Reading Room
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A prominent feature of the library, this two-story space will feature a classic reading room and balcony areas equipped with traditional furnishings, newspapers, journals and special collections of reading materials. The reading room will provide a refuge from the hectic pace of a busy day as well as a place for reflection and relaxed reading.
250,000
Lakeside Overlook
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The Atrium, located in the South Wing, will be bathed in natural light. It will provide inviting study spaces, wonderful views, and stairs that allow movement between the different levels of the library. Overlooking the lake and the major pedestrian intersections of the campus, it will emerge as one of the favorite campus study locations.
125,000
Book Tower
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A four-story tower of books, the core of the library’s print resources, will be visible from outside the facility and most vantage points in the library. This space will house approximately 60,000 books, including recently acquired volumes and titles with a history of repeated use. The tower will give students quick access to titles that are in great demand, and allow more space to be dedicated to study.
200,000
Scholars Commons
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The Graduate and Faculty Commons will offer an inviting setting and specialized resources to facilitate study and research for faculty and graduate students. It will include conference rooms, group study rooms, individualized carrels, a reading room and small outdoor terrace. This area will be a hub for faculty and student collaboration on scholarly projects and publications.
225,000
Lakeside Balcony
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Located above the Lakeside Overlook, this 100' long terrace will offer a view of the newly created lake. Separated from the Learning Commons to preserve the “deep quiet” study atmosphere of that area, this will be another special vantage point in the library providing a relaxing area for conversation.
100,000
Lakeside Study Lounge
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With soft, natural light and a clear view of the lake, this welcoming, relaxing space will provide ample seating along the expansive windows. Students can meet in small groups, work individually or simply take a break from a busy schedule.
50,000
Learning Commons: 0 (South Wing)
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This out-of-the-way, lower-level learning commons will offer a retreat-like setting and a comfortable mix of furnishings that project a relaxed environment. A variety of seating with lake views, traditional library tables, and a notebook counter with views into the robotic storage space will provide just the right mix of quiet and activity to satisfy students using this space.
100,000
Learning Commons: 1 (South Wing)
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Overlooking the lake and the crossroads of campus, this learning commons opens onto the main lobby and provides access to the upper and lower levels of the book tower. Designed to accommodate a higher level of traffic, this area will offer a pleasing alternative for those who like an active learning space or just need a place for a quick review of notes before class.
100,000
Learning Commons: 2 (South Wing)
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With an increased emphasis on quiet amidst this conversation-friendly floor, this space will allow for a smooth flow between quiet study and collaboration in group-study areas, but with less traffic than Level 1. This learning commons, with a great view of the lake and both atriums, will bridge the levels and wings of the building.
100,000
Learning Commons: 2 (North Wing)
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With an emphasis on collaboration, this learning commons will focus on the exchange of ideas. Offering different zones of quiet interaction, the space will be intermingled with group study rooms, traditional library carrels and desks. This will be an appealing area for students who enjoy or require more interaction while studying.
175,000
Learning Commons: 3 (South Wing)
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This upper-level learning commons will foster quiet study. Traditional library tables and carrels will be separated from group study areas and will focus on the individual student. A small outdoor terrace adjacent to this area will provide a refreshing place to take a break during much of the year.
100,000
Technology Commons
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This center will offer the latest technology in student computing, including collaborative screen-sharing booths, touch-screens and interactive displays. Located adjacent to the busy main entrance, this space will be a popular area for students seeking a place to utilize computing resources on campus.
225,000
Colonnade Balcony
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Bordered by the main entrance to the library, the Colonnade adds to the architectural beauty of the building and looks out onto the DeMoss Learning Center Courtyard.
40,000
Café
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This two-story, full-service food court will provide the opportunity to pick up a beverage, a meal selected from several major food vendors, or a quick snack during a long study session in the library. There will be excellent views of the newly-created lake from this prominent location. Adjoining the library and close to the pedestrian tunnel, which provides students with access to off-campus destinations, this will be one of the busiest spots on campus.
100,000
Skybridge
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Located above the Grand Entry Hall, this expansive walkway connects the North and South Wings. From here students can look out over the campus, meet with their peers or simply relax before their next class.
40,000
Café Terrace
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Located outside the Food Court, the Dining Patio will overlook the lake and the Vines Center. This open-air space will be a favorite gathering spot for students and faculty to meet and relax while they enjoy a meal or a light snack with friends.
50,000
Terrace Conference Room
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Utilizing the latest in computer technology and interchangeable furnishings, this multi-purpose room seats up to 100 and can be used for a variety of purposes. Adjacent to the forum and catering space, typical events will include workshops, meetings, information fairs, seminars, lectures/speakers, receptions, luncheons, dinners and performances.
40,000
Active Learning Classroom
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Utilizing the latest in computer technology and flexible furnishings, librarians and teaching faculty will use this room to help students learn critical thinking and research skills that are essential to their academic and professional development.
35,000
Scholars Lounge Balcony
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An outdoor terrace will be located on the upper floor of the western side of the north wing. A view of the mountains will add to the appeal of this space.
35,000
Scholars Balcony
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Located near the Graduate and Faculty Commons, this third-floor balcony, showcased in the columns and overlooking the prominent main entrance, will provide a fresh-air view of the DeMoss Learning Center Courtyard and much of the campus.
30,000
Upper Reading Room Balcony
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Located off the third-floor reading room, this balcony will overlook the lake and offer a clear view of much of the campus providing a meeting place for friends or a break from study.
30,000
Lower Reading Room Balconies
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Just outside the Level 2 reading room, the Reading Room Terrace will be located near the main entrance and provide a view of the DeMoss Learning Center Courtyard and much of the campus. This terrace will offer a space where students can step outside for conversation without disturbing others who are involved in quiet study.
20,000
Welcome & Customer Service Center
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The main lobby with its four-story atrium will be the centerpiece of customer service in the new building, and the location from which visitors and students are directed to the various specialized areas in the facility. Providing support for visitors, research assistance, circulation of resources, and technology, this high-use, high-tech, high-touch area will exude the energy and academic vitality of college life.
80,000
Robots
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Three of these intriguing automatons will dart about a forty-foot high, climate-controlled space locating and retrieving materials from almost half a million print copies.  Students, faculty, staff and visitors can enjoy watching the robots in action through a glass wall from numerous vantage points within the library.
20,000
Group Study Rooms
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These collaborative study spaces will be equipped for active learning by groups of six to 12 students. Each of the rooms will have whiteboards, laptop connections, and projectors or plasma displays and will offer an ideal environment for students to complete a group project or prepare for a class presentation.
5,000 to 10,000
Scholars Lounge
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Designed to accommodate the broad range of study and learning activities of the 21st century university, this space will be outfitted with mobile, flexible furnishings that may be rearranged or moved out completely to allow for quiet study, groups to study together, various program events, meetings or special classes.
35,000