Alumni News

Work underway on new indoor tennis facility slated to open in the new year

Construction crews have broken ground on Liberty University's new 48,000-square-foot, six-court indoor tennis facility, which is set to open in January 2021. ...

6.1.2020 | Read More

Out on Top: Vines Center's dome is deconstructed panel by panel

Crews are in the process of removing the iconic domed roof on Liberty University’s Vines Center so that a new roof can be installed and ready when the Liberty Arena opens next door in the fall. ...

5.1.2020 | Read More

New campus facilities take shape; Liberty Arena, parking garage on schedule to open this fall

Liberty University's new parking garage and the new Liberty Arena are taking shape and moving toward a Fall 2020 opening. ...

3.23.2020 | Read More

Vines Center to receive new roof in conjunction with Liberty Arena project

The Vines Center’s silver dome has been a familiar icon on Liberty University’s campus since 1990. Now, as the campus has undergone a major transformation with several new buildings, the center will receive a new roof that will better match the campus architecture. ...

1.15.2020 | Read More

What's new at LU: Campus upgrades greet students for new year

As classes kicked off for the 2019-20 school year at Liberty University on Monday, students were met with some new improvements to their campus. Over the summer, Liberty renovated and upgraded facilities, announced new dining options, and worked on current and future construction projects. ...

8.20.2019 | Read More

Sneak peek: School of Business building nears completion

Details are coming into place at the new, 78,000-square-foot Liberty University School of Business, which features state-of-the-art technology. ...

3.15.2019 | | Read More

LU to break ground on School of Engineering building this fall

A new three-story, 60,000-square-foot School of Engineering building is planned to open by Fall 2021. ...

2.28.2019 | Read More

Williams Stadium West Tower named in honor of longtime supporter Worth Carter

Before Liberty University's football team won Saturday's FBS opener against ODU, the Williams Stadium West Tower was renamed Carter Tower in memory and appreciation of Worth Harris Carter, Jr., a longtime donor to the university and Flames Athletics. ...

9.3.2018 | Read More

Game-day atmosphere will be electric for Flames’ FBS opener

As Flames Football begins its first season in the Football Bowl Subdivision on Saturday at 6 p.m. against ODU, Liberty University welcomes fans to a whole new level of excitement at the newly renovated Williams Stadium. ...

8.28.2018 | | Read More

Traffic adjustments improve access, safety for drivers and pedestrians

New roundabouts, road extensions, and bridges all contribute to a new traffic pattern on Liberty University’s campus that is designed to make traveling simpler and safer for pedestrians and motorists. ...

8.23.2018 | Read More

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