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9.9.2008
Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. met with law students Tuesday for an informal luncheon, where he shared his own insights and experiences in the legal field, as well as his vision for Liberty University School of Law. After the lunch, he followed up with an engaging Q&A session.
University Advancement staff
9.4.2008
Nine Liberty University students are getting an up-close view at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn., this week.
Teresa Dunham
8.27.2008
The National Intelligence Symposium for Law Enforcement (NISLE) was held at Liberty University Tuesday and Wednesday, with representatives of local, state and federal agencies as well as academia from other universities in attendance.
University Advancement staff
8.26.2008
Liberty University’s English Language Institute (ELI) has a new home at the Lynchburg Inn and Conference Center. The move to the nearby hotel is advantageous for the program since 90 international students are being housed there this fall.
University Advancement staff
8.18.2008
Liberty University School of Law is part of an article on “Redeeming Law” in the August 2008 issue of Christianity Today, a leading Christian news magazine. The article examines law schools across the country that combine Christian thought and the law and emphasize law as a form of Christian service.
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8.15.2008
On a spiritual gifts test, Dave Young’s highest scores are for primary leadership, administration and faith. “I guess I am a builder by nature. I like to build programs,” said Young. As Dean of Liberty University’s newly formed School of Aeronautics, that’s exactly what Young is doing.
Teresa Dunham
7.24.2008
In just one year, Liberty University Online Academy, featuring Christ-centered distance learning for grades 3-12, has gone from 20 students to an expected 300 for this fall.
Mitzi Bible
7.15.2008
Students who want to be airplane mechanics will be welding, sand-blasting and riveting in their own large facility by January.
Teresa Dunham
7.3.2008
Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary (LBTS) and Graduate School is anticipating a record number of students in its residential programs for fall 2008.
University Advancement staff
7.2.2008
More than 400 students who applied to Liberty University for the Fall 2008 semester were put on a waiting list starting July 1. The move was a first for Liberty, as high enrollment numbers prompted officials to set the June 30 cut-off date for enrollment for Fall 2008 to allow for facilities and staffing to catch up with current growth.
University Advancement staff
6.26.2008
Lynchburg Inn and Conference Center on Odd Fellows Road, formerly a Ramada Inn, will serve as an educational center for the school’s growing Distance Learning Program.
Teresa Dunham
6.23.2008
Liberty University is known for its training of “Champions for Christ” — but that doesn’t just refer to students trying to obtain a degree.
Mitzi Bible
6.11.2008
Liberty University has voluntarily withdrawn from its accreditation through the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS).
Teresa Dunham
6.4.2008
While other colleges may be struggling to keep enrollment numbers high, Liberty University has been encountering a rise in enrollment, causing leaders — for the first time in the school’s history — to set a deadline to close out enrollment for the residential program.
Mitzi Bible
5.28.2008
Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary recently received approval from the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)to offer a Ph.D. in Theology and Apologetics.
Mitzi Bible
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