There’s always something to do at Liberty.
Your schedule may be packed, but make sure you take some time to clear your head with one of the many recreational activities going on at Liberty University. Whether you’re looking for relaxation or adventure, entertainment or exercise, fellowship or competition, Liberty’s campus has an abundance of options to suit just about any mood.
When you need to take a study break, Liberty’s got you covered.
Keep moving with a variety of recreational activities through our Campus Recreation department. From paintball to horseback riding, whitewater rafting trips and waterskiing to chess and video game tournaments, we’ve got some fun waiting for you.
Connect with your friends, your campus, and your culture through more than 80 events each school year. Enjoy concerts, movies, open mic nights, and campus favorites such as Coffeehouse and Block Party.
Compete, boost your leadership and management skills, and relieve stress — all with Intramural Sports. Liberty’s Intramural Sports programs are a fun way for you to exercise while building cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility.
LaHaye Ice Center
Enjoy a variety of activities at LaHaye Ice Center. Learn to skate using the U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills program or come to one of our public skates and spend an hour relaxing with your friends.
Join a crowd of up to 4,000 to cheer on any of our five hockey teams – ACHA Division I Men’s, Division I Women’s, Division II Men’s, Division II Women’s, and Division III Men’s – or attend competitions and performances throughout the year featuring Liberty’s Figure Skating and Synchronized Skating teams.
LaHaye Recreation and Fitness Center
Serving as the hub for campus wellness, the LaHaye Recreation and Fitness Center offers a large variety of recreational facilities in an effort to enhance your healthy lifestyle.
Enjoy the outstanding equipment and amenities we provide including dozens of programs and events throughout the school year.
On top of Liberty University’s 5,000-acre mountain, you’ll find the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, the country’s premier point for year-round skiing, snowboarding, and tubing.
Composed of beginner, intermediate, and advanced slopes and a two-story lodge, this high-performance playground is the first of its kind in the U.S. Whether you’re at a beginner, intermediate, or advanced level, we’ve got something for you.
Find just the right type of residential housing that matches your style and meets your needs. At Liberty University, we’ve got many options to choose from that vary in location, size, and price.
Residential Commons I and II include 2 9-story residence halls that can house up to 2,200 students. Residential Commons III houses an additional 784 students, with a lounge between the two high rises and a large outside patio terrace.
Each two-person room features a private bathroom, and every floor has a coed common area and shared laundry facilities. Baskin-Robbins and Dunkin’ Donuts are located in the lobby of Residential Commons I.
East Campus is apartment-style housing that includes a full kitchen, washer and dryer, and furnished living and dining rooms.
Each apartment has three bedrooms with room for two or three students each.
The South Tower offers traditional, two-person rooms. Each floor shares a bathroom, and the tower has laundry facilities.
The traditional housing of the Circle features three-person rooms. Laundry facilities are located in nearby residence halls.
Centrally located, this traditional residence hall community is close to DeMoss Hall, the Reber-Thomas Dining Hall, and the Liberty University Barnes & Noble Bookstore.
Each three-person room has a sink, and a shared bathroom is on each hall.
Each suite in The Quad has five two-person bedrooms, two shared bathrooms, living room, and kitchen area. Laundry facilities are located in nearby residence halls.