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Flames Football Florida-bound for first-ever bowl appearance, will take on Georgia Southern in Cure Bowl Dec. 21

Liberty University is only the fifth program to receive a bowl invitation in its first full season at the FBS level. ...

12.8.2019 | | Read More

Piedmont Airlines toolbox donation supports Liberty's growing aviation maintenance program

As part of a continuing relationship that began in 2010, Piedmont Airlines has donated 33 toolboxes to Liberty University's Aviation Maintenance Technician Program (AMTP), valued at $165,000. ...

12.7.2019 | Read More

MFA student researches local Native American tribe to create mural honoring their heritage

When Liberty University graduate student Esther Candari was asked to paint a mural in the town of Amherst, Va., she was told to focus on the area’s culture and history. As she researched the town, she learned that a Native American tribe there had been underrepresented for hundreds of years. ...

12.5.2019 | Read More

Liberty Law graduate marks historic win at Washington Supreme Court

Winning a unanimous decision from a state supreme court is an accomplishment that many attorneys never attain, but for Liberty University School of Law graduate Sydney Phillips ('18), this milestone occurred in her first year of practice. ...

12.4.2019 | Read More

Jerry Falwell, Charlie Kirk partner to create Christian conservative think tank

A national think tank was launched on Nov. 30 by Liberty University that is dedicated to renewing and defending America's God-given freedoms and restoring Judeo-Christian principles in national policies, institutions, and culture. ...

11.30.2019 | | Read More

Student's quick actions at wilderness youth camp help save staff member's life

Liberty University theatre arts student Anthony La Bianca likes to perform, but he never wanted to have to perform CPR. Working as a camp counselor last summer, he was called on to play an important role in saving a fellow staff member's life. ...

11.26.2019 | Read More

School of Nursing receives Salvation Army award for serving community at Hands and Feet Clinic

The Liberty University School of Nursing recently received the Partners in Mission Award from the Salvation Army of Greater Lynchburg for hosting the Hands and Feet Clinic, a hygiene workshop where nursing students serve underprivileged members of the community. ...

11.25.2019 | | Read More

Liberty staff participate in White House education briefing on student financial success

Too often, college curriculum does not provide students with the financial literacy to manage their personal finances nor help them plan for the costs of their education. Liberty University administrators are working with the U.S. Department of Education to change that. ...

11.26.2019 | Read More

Byron gains momentum from stellar second season in NASCAR Cup Series

William Byron, a junior at Liberty University, enjoyed a relatively smooth ride this season, with five pole positions, five top-five finishes, and his first playoff qualification highlighting his second year of racing at the highest level of NASCAR. ...

11.21.2019 | Read More

Rating agencies affirm Liberty's strength as bond refinance succeeds

Liberty University recently garnered a re-affirmation by two top credit ratings agencies and successfully refinanced preexisting bond debt with a new bond offering, saving millions of dollars for the school. ...

11.25.2019 | Read More

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