Liberty News


November 2016

Michael Reagan relays values learned from his father

Making his second visit to Liberty University in two-and-a-half years, Michael Reagan shared lessons he learned from his father, President Ronald Reagan, in Convocation on Wednesday. He also spoke on the topic of child abuse at the School of Law. ...

11.30.2016 | | Read More

President Falwell answers questions addressing the hiring of new athletic director

President Jerry Falwell answers questions to give more insight into the decision-making process behind the hiring of Ian McCaw as Liberty University's new Athletic Director. ...

11.29.2016 | Read More

'Oh what fun' Liberty has planned on campus this Christmas season

A number of Christmas events give students opportunities to celebrate the holidays with their campus family and the local community before heading home for their Christmas break. ...

11.29.2016 | Read More

Ian McCaw 'incredibly excited' to be named Athletic Director at Liberty University

Ian McCaw comes to Liberty after spending the last 13 years as athletic director at Baylor University. ...

11.28.2016 | Read More

Fallen service member in Syria was spouse of LU nursing student

Liberty University asks for continued prayers for the family of Senior Chief Petty Officer Scott C. Dayton. ...

11.27.2016 | Read More

Tickets on sale for Winterfest, East Coast's largest Christian New Year's bash

Special pricing is in effect on Black Friday for Liberty University's 15th annual Winterfest, making tickets to the largest Christian New Year's celebration on the East Coast, set for Dec. 30-31 in the Vines Center, a great Christmas gift idea. ...

11.24.2016 | Read More

Liberty partners with Hendrick Automotive Group to offer business courses in dealership management

In the spring, Liberty University will pilot its first course in automotive dealership management and has plans to offer a full specialization next fall, thanks to a partnership with Hendrick Automotive Group, the nation’s largest privately held automotive retail organization. ...

11.22.2016 | Read More

Construction on new School of Business building to begin summer 2017

Liberty University has announced that it will build an approximately 78,000-square-foot, three-story academic building for the School of Business on the current site of the Elmer Towns Religion Hall. ...

11.22.2016 | Read More

UPDATE: Alumnus wins national Most Valuable Coach contest

The former Flames Football player Doug Smith ('86) and current Appomattox County High School head coach will be honored at halftime of the Jan. 1, 2017, Under Armour All-America Game, aired live on ESPN from Orlando, Fla. ...

11.22.2016 | Read More

Virginia Business Magazine features Liberty's growth, new construction, and future plans

Virginia Business Magazine recently published the feature article, "A vision comes to pass: Liberty University has transformed itself into Virginia's biggest school." ...

11.21.2016 | Read More

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