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Liberty University broke ground on its new Center for Health and Medical Sciences Friday, celebrating what Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. called “the last piece of the puzzle” in his father’s vision to build a world-class university that would train Champions for Christ in all professions.
Foundation work begins next week for the 138,000-square-foot, four-story building that will house the proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine and an expanded School of Health Sciences. It is expected to be completed by Spring 2014, matriculating its first class of osteopathic medical students in Fall 2014.
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