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Liberty University announces plans to fully reopen in August

Liberty University has announced it is developing plans to be fully open with in-person instruction for on-campus students this fall. Classes are still scheduled to resume on Aug. 24. ...

6.2.2020 | Read More

Alumnus collects record number of votes in Lynchburg City Council race

Two-time Liberty University graduate Chris Faraldi (’17, ’19) garnered the most votes ever recorded — 1,567 — for a Ward IV Lynchburg City Council seat on May 19. He will replace retiring member Turner Perrow, who, along with conservative Congressman Ben Cline (R-6th), endorsed Faraldi earlier this year. ...

6.1.2020 | Read More

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

NIH-funded research could affect treatment of metabolic disorders

Dr. Jeong-Ho Kim, associate professor of biology at Liberty University's School of Health Sciences, has been working with his students on an NIH study that he hopes will help physicians care for patients with metabolic disorders such as diabetes and obesity, as well as cancer. ...

6.1.2020 | Read More

Farm manager's ties to horse world help build elite program at Liberty Equestrian Center

As farm manager at the Liberty University Equestrian Center, John Eubank draws upon a lifetime of experience to help maintain the 380-acre property with indoor and outdoor riding arenas, three barns, and 50-plus horses. ...

5.28.2020 | Read More

School of Music partner Michael W. Smith hits No. 1 with song that brings message of hope in trying time

Michael W. Smith, executive director of Liberty University’s Michael W. Smith Center for Commercial Music, is continuing to build on his 35 years of music industry success with his recent No. 1 hit "Waymaker." ...

5.29.2020 | Read More

Liberty University creates its own state grant program to help Virginia online students when state government fails

Liberty University is stepping up to assist its online students during a time when they need grant funding the most. Beginning Fall 2020, the university will be offering its own grant program, the Liberty University Tuition Assistance Grant (LUTAG). ...

5.7.2020 | Read More

Liberty Dining recognized as Innovator of the Month by Food Management magazine

Liberty University Dining Services rose to the challenge of modifying menu options for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester while still providing consistent meals to the students who remained on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

5.29.2020 | Read More

Mobile ticketing will provide Flames fans contact-free entry into Athletics events

In response to issues related to the COVID-19 virus, Liberty University Athletics has opted to switch to mobile ticketing as the primary source for admission starting this fall. ...

5.28.2020 | Read More

Doctor of Business Administration program receives ACBSP accreditation

Liberty University’s Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program was recently awarded accreditation by the ACBSP for demonstrating outstanding academic standards in leadership, strategic planning, faculty credentials, student outcomes, program quality, educational support, and more. ...

5.28.2020 | Read More

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