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July 2019

Liberty University freezes tuition rates for second year

As the rising cost of obtaining a college degree weighs heavily on graduates across the country, Liberty University is taking a historic step toward reducing this financial strain by freezing tuition rates for two years in a row. ...

7.30.2019 | Read More

Student relief team aids migrants at southern border

In early July, eight Liberty University students and five leaders with LU Send Now partnered with Iglesia Bautista in West Brownsville, Texas, to serve asylum seekers at a respite center at the southern border. ...

7.30.2019 | | Read More

UPDATE: Pentathlete qualifies for 2020 Olympics by striking gold at Pan Am Games

Charles Fernandez, a rising senior economics major and member of Liberty's men’s swimming & diving team, qualified to represent Guatemala at the Summer Olympics for a second time by defending his 2015 gold medal at the Pan Am Games in Peru. ...

7.25.2019 | Read More

Music students expand horizons during summer internships in major studios and churches across the U.S.

School of Music undergraduate students are spending their summers in a variety of internships across the U.S., from Los Angeles to New York and as far away as England and Africa. ...

7.23.2019 | Read More

Observatory opens window to the heavens for Liberty students, guests

This week’s 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission has inspired many to take a nostalgic second glance at the moon, and Liberty University's Astronomical Observatory welcomes stargazers to see it through its electronically controlled telescopes. ...

7.19.2019 | Read More

Dr. A. Pierre Guillermin remembered as founding leader and cherished friend

Liberty University is mourning the loss of former administrator Dr. A. Pierre Guillermin, who passed away on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, at the age of 82. Guillermin was President from 1971 to 1996 and President Emeritus since his retirement in 1996. ...

7.18.2019 | Read More

UPDATE: Pair earns No. 3 ranking in international human rights moot court competition

A student and a recent graduate were selected as one of two U.S. teams (along with Yale Law School) to compete at the prestigious Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition at the United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland. ...

7.16.2019 | Read More

President Falwell takes part in ceremony to commemorate colonial town's history

New London, a former colonial town near campus, has been serving as a hands-on experience in historic preservation for Liberty University students. On July 13, a monument was installed to signify the town's significant contributions to American history. ...

7.15.2019 | Read More

Article recounts NASCAR driver and LU student William Byron's 'fast ride' to success

The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer recently took a look back at a hometown favorite and how he has worked his way up to NASCAR's top series. ...

7.14.2019 | Read More

Washington leaders inspire Liberty University summer interns working in the nation’s capital

Over two dozen Liberty University students from the Washington Fellowship program joined Liberty alumni at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday afternoon to participate in the Washington Symposium hosted by Liberty’s Center for Law & Government. ...

7.12.2019 | | Read More

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