Since 1971, employee giving has been a tradition at Liberty University. Faculty and staff have always come together as family to support fellow employees as well as students. In this spirit, the Office of Development is excited to introduce the Employee Giving Campaign. Together we can make a difference and continue this proud tradition.
The Employee Giving Campaign is divided into four main categories of giving:
- Athletics: Competing at the NCAA Division I level of play is an exciting opportunity for Liberty. Donating to athletics helps cover required costs for its 20 NCAA Division I and over 40 Club Sports teams.
- Education: Providing a Christ-centered, liberal arts education to the student body is paramount to Liberty’s mission. Giving opportunities include the College of Arts & Sciences, the Jerry Falwell Library, and the Performing Arts Center Fund.
- People: Staff and students are Liberty’s lifeblood, and you can make a difference in the lives of your co-workers who are experiencing unforeseen financial hardships.
- Service: Training Champions for Christ is not limited to campus. Donating to the service category supports ministries that serve locally and internationally.
All employees are encouraged to give at a level with which they feel comfortable and to the fund that means most to them. Our goal is 100% participation, and to make giving easy for employees, the Office of Development has established a payroll deduction system.
It only takes a spark to light the Flame — every dollar you invest will change the lives of students and will carry on our mission of Training Champions for Christ.
Areas for Giving
College of Osteopathic Medicine General Fund
The College of Osteopathic Medicine is dedicated to training skilled and discerning physicians who are committed to advancing medical knowledge while providing patient-centered care with a servant’s heart.
Center for Music Education & Performance General Fund
The Center for Music Education & Performance trains musicians to serve as performers and educators in a variety of commercial and academic markets.
College of Applied Studies & Academic Success General Fund
The College of Applied Studies & Academic Success (CASAS) includes: Academic Success Center, Developmental Math, Career Center, Disability Accommodation Support, NCAA Student-Athlete Advising, New Student Seminars, Professional Advising, Professional & Continuing Education, Center for Writing & Languages, Interdisciplinary Studies, diverse academic programs, and courses in technical studies. CASAS offers students the academic support they need to excel and thrive in life.
College of Arts & Sciences General Fund
The College of Arts & Sciences includes seven departments that prepare students for lives of service to Christ — the Center for Creation Studies, English, Family & Consumer Sciences, History, Mathematics, Modern Languages, and Philosophy.
College of General Studies General Fund
The goal of the College of General Studies (CGS) is to set students on the right path to graduation. CGS helps students acclimate to university life and formulate academic and career goals.
Department of Studio & Digital Arts General Fund
The Department of Studio & Digital Arts prepares students with a theoretical and historical understanding of studio art or graphic design and gives them the practical skills they need to work in these fields. The program emphasizes the importance of using professional skills to complement moral and ethical values.
Helms School of Government General Fund
The Helms School of Government teaches students to understand the biblical sources of our religious, economic, and political liberties and equips them to articulate those principles as Christ-centered leaders.
Performing Arts Center Fund
Officially opened in August 2010 and located in Green Hall, the theater houses 640 seats, a balcony and orchestra pit, catwalks, and a fly tower. In addition to student-produced work, the contemporary-style theater has hosted productions such as “Into the Woods,” “Les Misérables,” “Mary Poppins,” and “The Little Mermaid.”
Rawlings School of Divinity General Fund
The Rawlings School of Divinity offers on-campus and online education in biblical studies, Christian leadership and church ministries, and global and theological studies. Degree programs range from the certificate to the doctoral level, and our graduates are meeting real needs in their communities and around the world.
School of Aeronautics General Fund
The School of Aeronautics trains and certifies students to be pilots (e.g., commercial and missionary), aircraft maintenance technicians, and unmanned aerial systems operators. Its programs utilize cutting-edge technology and training, and its graduates are highly sought-after.
School of Behavioral Sciences General Fund
The School of Behavioral Sciences exists to promote an integrated understanding of science, practice, and faith. Their programs prepare future graduates to impact the fields of psychology, counseling, and social work. This school is made up of the following departments: Community Care & Counseling, Counselor Education & Family Studies, Psychology, and Social Work.
School of Business General Fund
The School of Business focuses on developing students to serve their community and the world in accounting, finance, human resources, management, and marketing.
School of Communication & Digital Content General Fund
The School of Communication & Digital Content trains students to impact culture in the areas of digital media and communication arts, studio and digital arts, cinematic arts, and theatre arts. Keeping pace with the latest industry standards and equipment, this program is committed to both nurturing students’ God-given talents and preparing them as professional communicators.
School of Education General Fund
The School of Education trains educators to teach with a biblical worldview. Areas of concentration include teaching, school counseling, leadership, and sport management.
School of Engineering General Fund
The School of Engineering trains leaders in computer technology and industrial or electrical engineering.
School of Health Sciences General Fund
The School of Health Sciences prepares students with degree programs focused on physical, mental, and spiritual health.
School of Law General Fund
Liberty University School of Law produces highly skilled practitioners who make positive contributions to their respective legal bars and communities.
School of Music General Fund
The School of Music houses the Center for Music & the Performing Arts and the Center for Music & Worship. The School of Music trains and equips tomorrow’s music educators, performers, songwriters, and worship leaders.
School of Nursing General Fund
The School of Nursing is committed to Christian standards of care that incorporate compassion and service. The curriculum focuses on acquiring knowledge and building clinical skills as well as empathy and a strong work ethic.
The mission of the Spanish Institute is both to develop fluency in the Spanish language, and to spread the love of Christ through ministry in Spanish-speaking countries.
International Education and Internships Fund
The Office of International Education and Internships provides students with unique opportunities to study and travel abroad. This fund helps students broaden their academic horizons.
Liberty Worship Collective
The Liberty Worship Collective, a vibrant team of hand-picked musical artists dedicated to praising God, serves by leading worship at Liberty University’s Convocation, as well as representing the school by performing around the country.
LU Send Now General Fund
LU Send Now is Liberty University’s first-response ministry, empowering students as relief workers when catastrophes arise around the globe.
LU Serve Domestic
LU Serve Domestic creates opportunities for students to reach out and meet the needs of communities here in the U.S.
LU Serve International
LU Serve International enables students to “go out into all the world,” pouring their passion to show Christ’s love into homes and communities around the globe
LU Serve Local
LU Serve Local commissions students to live locally and invest in their own community, by performing acts of service for those here at home.
LU Shepherd – Student Benevolence Fund*
The Student Benevolence Fund exists to assist the LU Shepherd office in meeting the financial needs of students that arise through tragedy or other unusual circumstances.
Alumni Relations General Fund
The Alumni Relations Office connects more than 250,000 Liberty alumni who are influencing the world for Christ. Through sporting events, the annual Homecoming Weekend, and social media (Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter), Alumni Relations keeps the Liberty experience alive for graduates everywhere. Alumni can share their Liberty experiences with prospective students through the Alumni Referral Program.
This Annual Fund raises money for the day-to-day operations of Liberty and funds student financial aid, academic initiatives and university facilities. The fund exists to help bridge the gap between tuition and the actual operating costs of the university.
Your support to the Liberty University Art Gallery helps our students, staff, community, and region gain a broader appreciation for the visual arts and the influence they have on our culture. As an integral part of the Department of Studio & Digital Arts, the Art Gallery’s ultimate goal is to reflect God’s creativity through artistic expression.
The Career Center assists Liberty students and alumni in exploring their gifts and developing career goals that utilize their God-given talents. The Center employs a variety of tools and technology to assist in career planning for both students and alumni.
College of Applied Studies & Academic Success Scholarship Fund
The College of Applied Studies & Academic Success (CASAS) scholarship provides financial aid to deserving CASAS students.
College of Arts & Sciences Scholarship Fund
The College of Arts & Sciences scholarship fund provides financial aid for deserving College of Arts & Sciences students.
College of General Studies Scholarship Fund
The College of General Studies Scholarship fund provides students with the financial assistance needed to achieve their academic and career goals
College of Osteopathic Medicine Scholarship Fund
The College of Osteopathic Medicine scholarship fund provides financial aid to deserving medical students. These students become physicians who provide patient-centered care with a servant’s heart.
Employee Benevolence Fund
The Employee Benevolence Fund is a newly established method for providing emergency financial assistance to employees who experience unforeseen family financial hardship due to catastrophic circumstances. Such instances may include fire, theft, natural disasters such as floods or hurricanes, or loss of essential property or primary residence due to circumstances beyond an applicant’s (or an applicant’s family’s) control.
Established in memory of Dr. Jerry Falwell, the Founder’s Scholarship helps students who would otherwise not be able to afford a college education realize their potential as Champions for Christ.
General Scholarship Fund
The General Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to students on the basis of need, as determined by Student Financial Services.
Helms School of Government Scholarship Fund
The Helms School of Government scholarship fund provides financial aid for deserving Helms School of Government students. These students are equipped to serve as Christ-centered leaders.
Heroes Scholarship Fund
The Heroes Fund Scholarship shows appreciation for service members who have been wounded while protecting our country and helps these individuals accomplish their dream of earning a college degree.
International Student Scholarships
International Student Scholarships are designed to support Liberty’s international students as they acclimate to learning in an unfamiliar environment. This fund provides financial assistance to deserving international students.
Jerry Falwell Library General Fund
Named in honor of Liberty University’s founder, the Jerry Falwell Library provides resources that facilitate academic excellence and scholarly achievement for students, faculty, staff, and the community.
The Journey FM General Fund
Journey FM — Liberty’s listener-supported radio station — is changing lives through Gospel-centered radio. With words of life, stories of hope, and uplifting music, Journey FM offers encouragement found only in Christ.
Office of Equity & Inclusion
The Office of Equity & Inclusion promotes an understanding of other cultures and countries. The Center hosts a variety of educational and social events to encourage cross-cultural understanding.
Parent Loss Scholarship Fund
The Parent Loss Scholarship provides current students with financial assistance for education expenses and emergency travel funds after losing a parent.
Rawlings School of Divinity Scholarship Fund
The Rawlings School of Divinity scholarship fund provides financial aid to deserving School of Divinity students. These students become leaders who meet spiritual needs in their communities around the world.
School of Aeronautics Scholarship Fund
The School of Aeronautics scholarship provides financial aid to deserving School of Aeronautics students to receive pilot training and certification.
School of Behavioral Sciences Scholarship Fund
The School of Behavioral Sciences scholarship fund provides financial aid for deserving School of Behavioral Sciences students. These students are trained to promote an integrated understanding of science, practice, and faith in the fields of counseling, psychology, and social work.
School of Business Scholarship Fund
The School of Business scholarship fund provides financial aid to deserving School of Business students who go out and serve their community and the world in accounting, finance, human resources, management, and marketing.
School of Communication & Digital Content Scholarship Fund
The School of Communication & Digital Content scholarship provides financial aid to deserving Communication & Digital Content students.
School of Education Scholarship Fund
The School of Education scholarship fund provides financial aid to deserving School of Education students. These students become educators who teach with a biblical worldview.
School of Engineering Scholarship Fund
The School of Engineering scholarship fund provides financial aid to deserving School of Engineering students. These students become leaders in computer technology and industrial or electrical engineering.
School of Health Sciences Scholarship Fund
The School of Health Sciences scholarship fund provides financial aid to deserving students in the School of Health Sciences.
School of Law Ebenezer Scholarship Fund
The Ebenezer Scholarship provides financial assistance to School of Law students. Liberty Law graduates are highly skilled practitioners who make positive contributions to their respective legal bars and communities.
School of Law Faculty and Staff Endowed Scholarship Fund
This scholarship allows faculty and staff of the Law School to give to a deserving law student. The student is selected by a committee made up of Law School faculty and staff.
School of Music Scholarship Fund
The School of Music scholarship fund provides financial aid to deserving music students. These students are trained to become professional musicians in a variety of commercial and academic markets.
School of Nursing Scholarship Fund
The School of Nursing Scholarship fund provides financial aid to deserving nursing students. These students are trained to impact the world with Christian standards of health care.
Club Sports General Fund
This fund helps provide the equipment and additional resources necessary to help Liberty’s 40+ Club Sports teams achieve success.
Flames Club – Baseball
Contributions to this fund are used to equip our outstanding baseball student-athletes with everything they need to excel academically, athletically, and spiritually. Liberty Baseball has won four Big South Championships and appeared in five NCAA Regional tournaments, including 2013 and 2014.
Flames Club – Football
Contributions to this fund are used to equip our outstanding football student-athletes with everything they need to excel academically, athletically, and spiritually. The Flames have won seven Big South Championships in the past nine seasons and advanced to the second round of the 2014 NCAA FCS Playoffs. In 2015, the Flames defeated two top-10 teams — No. 7 Montana and No. 4 Coastal Carolina.
Flames Club – Men’s Basketball
Contributions to this fund are used to equip our outstanding men’s basketball student-athletes with everything they need to excel academically, athletically, and spiritually. Liberty Men’s Basketball has won three Big South Championships (1994, 2004, and 2013) and earned three automatic bids to the NCAA Championship tournament.
Flames Club – Softball
Contributions to this fund are used to equip our outstanding softball student-athletes with everything they need to excel academically, athletically, and spiritually. Liberty Softball, under the guidance of Olympian Dot Richardson (head coach), improved its record by 18 wins from the 2014 season, representing the second best year-to-year improvement in program history.
Flames Club – Women’s Basketball
Contributions to this fund are used to equip our outstanding women’s basketball student-athletes with everything they need to excel academically, athletically, and spiritually. Liberty Women’s Basketball won 16 Big South Conference championships between 1997 and 2015, each time earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Championship Tournament.
Flames Club General Fund
Flames Club members enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that their gifts are more than monetary contributions — they are investments in the lives of our student-athletes. With the ever-increasing cost of competing at the NCAA Division I level, a dynamic booster club is critical to putting the strongest teams on the field, court, track, course, and in the pool.
How to Give
Getting started is easy. Simply sign up for payroll deduction, or make a one-time or recurring gift with your credit or debit card.
Sign up for Deduction
(Note: Adjunct Faculty and Student Workers are not eligible for Payroll Deduction)
Employee Benevolence Fund
Liberty University-Office of Development
1971 University Blvd.
Lynchburg, VA 24515