Liberty University School of Lifelong Learning reaches 10,000 students enrolled with 140 course offerings.
Construction begins on three additional floors to Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center.
On Sept. 11, Jerry Falwell Sr. challenges Americans to fast and pray in the wake of terrorist attacks on our nation.
Liberty receives approval for a School of Law, our first professional school.
East Campus residence halls open.
Hobby Lobby and the Green family purchase the Ericsson facility on Candlers Mountain and donate all 888,000 square feet of the property to Thomas Road Baptist Church.
Liberty builds a pedestrian tunnel beneath U.S. 460 to link East Campus to main campus.
Dr. John M. Borek Jr. retires as university president.
LaHaye Student Center opens its doors.
Women’s basketball advances to the NCAA Sweet 16 as a 13 seed.
Built with funds donated by Dr. Tim and Beverly LaHaye, the LaHaye Ice Center opens in January.
LU Transit begins servicing Liberty students through a bus system.
Liberty University Online Academy launches, providing Christ-centered curriculum for grades 3-12 online.
Jerry Falwell Sr. passes away on May 15, 2007, at 73 years old. His son, Jerry Falwell Jr., becomes Liberty’s president.
Liberty becomes entirely debt-free for the first time in university history.
Liberty’s Distance Learning Program enrolls its 25,000th online student and is renamed Liberty University Online.
The School of Law graduates its inaugural class.
Club Sports Department is formed.
Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre opens, offering year-round skiing and snowboarding.