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Liberty Campus Construction Master Plan

Liberty University’s Master Plan helps to guide the planning, design, construction, and upkeep of our campus and university facilities. It also directs the future growth and development needed to support the university’s mission and strategic plan.

This initiative helps to create campus-wide excellence through infrastructure improvements and new build projects. Our master plan calls for renovations and expansions of Liberty’s core campus and beyond.

The Department of Planning and Construction oversees the completion of the campus master plan.


Current Construction

Jerry Falwell Center

Projected Completion Date – 2023

The new Jerry Falwell Center: Inspiring Champions for Christ will give you an immersive look at the faith, vision, and impact of the founder of Liberty University. And, it will stand as a beacon of Liberty University’s steadfast commitment to biblically based academic excellence. The Center will be constructed in the heart of Liberty University’s campus directly behind the Hancock Welcome Center.

Features

  • An interactive experience that memorializes the founder for future generations
  • Creative displays will showcase the university’s multi-faceted approach to its mission of Training Champions for Christ
  • Rooms and areas within the center will provide space for learning opportunities, concerts, and special events

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New Reber-Thomas Dining Hall

Projected Completion Date – Spring 2023

The 120,000-square-foot building will be located between Residential Commons III and Liberty Lake. The New Reber-Thomas Dining Hall will offer 40% more interior space than the current Food Court at Reber-Thomas. Additional dining space will be focused on increased seating. Entryway plans call for more overhead coverage and turnstiles to allow for quicker access for diners.

Features

  • 120,000-square-foot, two-story structure
  • 2,700 seats – Booths, small and large table configurations, window seating
  • High ceilings and a covered patio
  • Glass walls and windows to allow natural light with views of the lake and library

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Expansion of Hydaway Lake on Liberty Mountain

Projected Completion Date – Fall 2022

A project 10 years in the making, Hydaway Lake, located at the heart of the university’s Hydaway Outdoor Center, will be expanded from 6 acres to 31 acres. The university is still working on plans for the lake’s features, which could call for an extended beach area, boat launches, and fishing docks. In addition to current student activities of swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boarding, the lake could also serve student-athletes from the Intramural Sports, Club Sports, and NCAA Division I Athletics teams.

Features

  • Lake expanded from 6 acres  to 31 acres
  • More trails for hikers, cyclists, and runners
  • New educational and recreational pursuits for students

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Liberty Multipurpose Center

Projected Completion Date – Summer 2022

The Liberty Multipurpose Center will be constructed directly behind the Liberty Indoor Tennis Center. This new multi-use, indoor facility will benefit the university’s NCAA, club, and intramural sports programs. A walking bridge from the Bailey Parking Lot over Regents Parkway to the new Liberty Multipurpose Center will be constructed for easy access to the facilities.

Features

  • 75,000-square-foot facility
  • Storage space, public restrooms, and a lobby area
  • Divided curtains to split the facility into small workout spaces

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Completed Construction

Liberty Indoor Tennis Center

Completion Date – Spring 2021

Located next to the Cook Tennis Complex, the Liberty Indoor Tennis Center features six courts and seating for 100 fans. The project was made possible by an anonymous $3 million donation: the largest single gift in Flames Club history. The Liberty Indoor Tennis Center now stands amongst the finest tennis facilities in the country and will offer the Flames the option to play in any climate without delaying matches due to rain.

 

Features

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Liberty Arena

Completion Date – Fall 2020

Liberty Arena is home to the Liberty men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball programs. Adjacent to the Vines Center, the 125,000-square-foot arena space can seat up to 4,000 fans. Among the amenities are a spectacular, state-of-the-art video board along with accompanying ribbon boards.

Features

  • 4,000-seat venue featuring loge and club seating options
  • Court projection technology
  • Teraflex Flooring
  • View interior layout (PDF)

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Club Sports Training Complex

Completion Date – Fall 2020

Renovations on the former Toys ‘R’ Us building added an additional 30,000-square-feet to the Club Sports department. The Club Sports Training Complex (CSTC) is the largest addition to the department since the LaHaye Ice Center opened in 2006 and was expanded in 2015. The complex is now home to men’s and women’s wrestling, crew, taekwondo, and women’s gymnastics.

Features

  • 3,600-square-foot weight room
  • Convenient location on Candlers Mountain Road across the street from North Campus
  • Office space for Club Sports staff and coaches
  • View a video tour of the CSTC

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School of Business

Completion Date – Fall 2019

The School of Business is 3 stories, 78,000-square feet, and houses the 2,000-square-foot Entrepreneur’s Center.

Features

  • 500-seat auditorium
  • Glass walls
  • Information technology labs
  • Data centers
  • Simulated stock trading room
  • New York Stock Exchange display boards and a real-time ticker

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Liberty Mountain Gun Club

Completion Date – Spring 2019

The Liberty Mountain Gun Club includes a rustic lodge and shotgun, rifle, and pistol ranges.

The gun ranges are open to Liberty students.

Features

  • Classroom facility for training and academic classes
  • Shotgun range (now open): American Trap, American Skeet, International Skeet, Bunker Trap, 5 Stand, Sporting Clays
  • Rifle range (now open): covered 100, 200, & 300-yard firing lines
  • Pistol range (now open): multiple use including steel and paper targets out to 50 yards

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Williams Stadium Expansion

Completion Date – October 2018

The Williams Stadium expansion project reshaped the look of the stadium and provided additional seating. The Grand Opening was held during Homecoming 2018.

Features

  • Additional 6,000 seats, creating an overall seating capacity of 25,000 at Williams Stadium
  • New 3,000-square-foot high-tech video board
  • Full LED Lighting

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