Be a Hero One Class at a Time
The world is broken. Over a hundred people a day die from opioid and heroin overdoses. Racial, economic, and social divisions are defining our civic identities. Anxiety and depression have become a cultural norm, and suicide rates are skyrocketing. Wars, humanitarian crises, white collar crime, human trafficking, violence, injustice, and poverty dominate our news feeds so frequently that they are becoming white noise. Daily we risk ignoring deep fractures in the souls of those around us — and the ever-widening cracks in our own. This is not okay.
This world needs heroes.
Not super-humans with laser vision or hammer-like hands. Not building-leapers or bullet-stoppers or invincible men of steel. Our world needs the human strengths of a hero: courage, kindness, self-sacrifice, leadership, and humility.
While you may not feel the tug of a cape on your shoulders today, you know the places around you that could use a hero: chemotherapy treatment rooms, struggling classrooms, boardrooms that ignore corporate social responsibility, your church, and your family. And while things can always be worse, you know they can also be better. You could make them better.
So, what’s standing in the way? What do you need to live like a hero?
Experience an amazing night of musical worship on Saturday, February 23, 2019, with Bethel Music.
Bethel Music worship leaders and musicians travel to host worship events in cities across the globe, so you don’t want to miss the opportunity to see them live!
Community is important. Connect with other Liberty students and encourage one another through Online Student Life. You can share study tips, learn more about your fellow classmates, and help each other succeed in your classes! Follow us on Facebook (@LUOStudentLife) and join the Online Student Life Yammer group!
Student, parent, spouse, employee — you wear too many hats to count. As an online student, you manage a lot, and the Online Student Life team is here to remind you: You can do this, and it will all be worth it!
Join the Jerry Falwell Library for our Spring 2019 research workshops! During the spring semester, the library will host a variety of workshops to help you learn tips and tricks to research more effectively and find the information you need faster. Be sure to register for these events. We look forward to having you join us!
- Citation Management: Using Citation Managers | Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. — Explore reliable citation managers available to you.
- Finding E-Resources for Theological Research | Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 8 p.m. — Discover how to locate biblical or theological resources.
- Finding and Using Data and Statistics | Tuesday, March 5 at 8 p.m. — Find and incorporate relevant statistical information into your research.
- APA Style Basics | Thursday, March 21 at 8 p.m. — Learn the basics of citing the most common types of resources.
- Turabian Style Basics | Tuesday, March 26 at 8 p.m. — Learn how to create footnotes for Chicago/Turabian research format.
- Linking Google Scholar to the Library | Thursday, March 28 at 8 p.m. — Explore Google Scholar and all it has to offer.
Employers are looking for students who demonstrate critical thinking skills, leadership, and teamwork. Do you have what it takes to stand out to potential employers?
Showcase your passions at Research Week 2019! Not only will you receive academic recognition from Liberty University and have the chance to win cash prizes, you’ll also be able to share these accolades later with potential employers. Don’t delay, submit your research by March 1, 2019, and become a more marketable future employee.
For more information visit the Center for Research and Scholarship!
The Liberty University Career Center has all the information, resources, and guidance that can help get you where you need to be. What are your goals? What are your dreams? No matter what stage you are in on your career path. We are here for you.
Join us at one of our career events this spring, meet employers, and potentially start your new career path. By bringing big companies directly to you, our career fairs help you to connect with employers who are looking for Liberty students to fill internships and full-time positions.
We invite you to join us for one of our Experience Law events at Liberty University School of Law. See firsthand why Liberty University School of Law graduates are changing the legal landscape.
Exclusive Scholarship Offer!
If you attend Experience Law, apply, are admitted, and enroll in the Liberty University School of Law, you will earn a $1,000 scholarship toward your first year’s tuition!
It’s your opportunity to do the following:
- Meet law faculty and staff
- Converse with current students
- Attend a law class
- Earn scholarship funds for your first year
- Tour the law school
During your visit, you will get to participate in one of our existing law classes. Gain firsthand experience in an actual 1L or 2L course where you can observe the classroom atmosphere at Liberty Law. Find out what it means to study law from a Christian perspective, and enjoy this unique opportunity to meet many current law students.
Visit the campus bookstore for all your Liberty apparel and book needs, or shop with us online! Each month we offer great savings on items throughout the store. Here are our deals for February:
February 11-15: 25% off Nike and Under Armour apparel
February 18-22: BOGO on women’s apparel
February 24-25: Frames sale
February 25 – March 1: BOGO on hats and cold weather hats
Defeat the peaks and run in the King of the Mountain race on March 2nd, starting at 11:30 a.m. This race is the fifth and final stage in the Liberty Mountain Trail Series and offers a challenging, one-mile uphill course. Students, faculty, and staff can register for $35, and it’s $40 for the public.
Register before race day to receive a $15 discount, and before February 25 to guarantee your t-shirt!
We’ll see you on the mountain, happy running!
Together, Let’s Make a Global Impact
Global Focus Week at Liberty University is this week, February 11-15! Take the opportunity to interact with organizations and companies serving around the world, hear about global issues, and learn how you can get involved.