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Outreach and Community

Welcome to our Community

Liberty University believes in providing each student with the necessary tools to achieve their life’s goals — mentally, physically, emotionally, and most importantly, spiritually. Whether you are studying online or taking courses on campus, we are here to meet your needs. Here you can find all of the ways to get involved as a Liberty University military student, and even some ways to give back to the community.

Recent Newsletters

The Military Insider is issued once every B and D sub-term to current online military students. Check out the latest issue by clicking above!

The Veterans Center Newsletter is issued once per semester to residential military students. Check out the latest issue by clicking above!


#LUMilitary Spotlight

Get to know some of the amazing individuals within our #LUMilitary community, serving and studying all around the world. Our current #LUMilitary Spotlight is…

Chanin Nuntavong!

  • Joining the #LUMilitary family from Washington, DC
  • Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies ’17
  • Veteran

 

Liberty graduate named director of American Legion D.C. office

“Liberty University graduate Chanin Nuntavong (’17) was recently named the executive director of government and veteran affairs in the American Legion’s Washington, D.C., office.

Nuntavong obtained his bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies with business, communications, and military science through Liberty University Online Programs while serving on active duty with the United States Marine Corps. He retired as a gunnery sergeant after 22 years of service. He then began a career with the American Legion, the largest veterans service group in the world, and has served there for the last two-and-a-half years as director of the National Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation Division and deputy director of Media Relations. 

According to a news announcement from the American Legion, Nuntavong served as a combat correspondent in the public affairs field, supporting military assignments around the world including Kuwait, Iraq, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Australia, Philippines, Guadalcanal and Nepal. He also served in the Pentagon as the official spokesperson and advisor to the 16th, 17th and 18th Sergeants Major of the Marine Corps…”

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Chanin Nuntavong

Do you have a story to share? Email us at militaryoutreach@liberty.edu and you could be our next #LUMilitary Spotlight!


Visit Online Student Life for more ways to get connected and stay involved!