In 50th Anniversary meeting, Trustees strengthen governance to protect the institutional mission, honor founder

In the Nov. 5 fall meeting of Liberty University’s Board of Trustees, its members took deliberative actions to strengthen university governance while honoring Liberty University’s founder and his vision to Train Champions for Christ.

“We have achieved much, for the glory of God, in these 50 years,” said Board Chairman Evangelist Tim Lee. “Now, we are working diligently to ensure that all the appropriate measures are in place to protect the university’s mission of Training Champions for Christ for the next 50 years.”

In response to external and internal reviews of the institution initiated by the Trustees and President Jerry Prevo a year ago, the Trustees voted unanimously to approve or revise 10 institutional policies which strengthen the university’s processes for governing its business conduct and executive management. 

Find more details from Liberty University’s Board of Trustees meeting on Liberty News.