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August 2011

Changes being made to on-campus food service

Liberty University today officially announced changes to its on-campus food service, which will add new food venues and relocate some existing food venues. ...

8.30.2011 | Read More

Block Party kicks off school year

The effects of Hurricane Irene didn’t stop Liberty University students from enjoying the annual Block Party on Saturday, Aug. 27. ...

8.29.2011 | Read More

Staff honored at special convocation, reception

Liberty University held a special staff convocation and staff appreciation reception on Friday, honoring its employees with a bonus and kicking off an initiative to thank and encourage all workers to continue to play an important role in Liberty’s mission to train Champions for Christ. ...

8.26.2011 | Read More

Campus transformation planned

A massive transformation of the campus landscape will impact all areas of the education experience for many more champions for Christ. ...

8.25.2011 | Read More

Liberty hires new Director of Student Accounts

Jeff Ford, Liberty University's new Director of Student Accounts, is excited to start helping students and their families as the new school year kicks off. ...

8.23.2011 | Read More

Construction company honors longtime partnership with Liberty

Coleman-Adams Construction Company has publicly recognized its strong partnership with Liberty University, as it celebrates its own 40-year anniversary this year. ...

8.23.2011 | Read More

Seminary makes move to main campus

Seminary faculty and administrators relocated from Green Hall (formerly called Campus North) and will now share room with Liberty's School of Religion. ...

8.19.2011 | Read More

New students enjoy Welcome Week

As students continue to arrive at Liberty University for the start of the fall semester, several activities have been planned to help them connect with each other and have fun before classes begin Monday. ...

8.18.2011 | Read More

Falwell clarifies federal aid benefactors

Liberty University Chancellor and President Jerry Falwell Jr. today publicly questioned the reluctance of a Lynchburg, Va. newspaper to clarify raw U.S. Department of Education federal student aid data the newspaper reported in an article earlier this year. ...

8.17.2011 | Read More

Pedestrian bridge will be great asset to city

Liberty University officials have worked hard to make one of the busiest streets in Lynchburg safer for all pedestrians. ...

8.16.2011 | Read More

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