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Relationships. Community.

Your dorm isn’t just where you live — it’s where life happens together.

Lots of laughing, deep conversations, and unforgettable memories — no matter where you live on campus, these kinds of connections come standard.

The friendships you’ll make on your residence hall and with members of your brother or sister dorm will not only enrich your time in college, but will also impact your life for years to come.

Make Liberty your college “home away from home”

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Liberty students hanging out in our traditional style dorm rooms.


High-Rise Housing

High-Rise

Residential Commons 1, 2, and 3

These residence halls offer two-person rooms with attached bathrooms and spacious common areas.

Apartment Style Housing

Apartment-Style

East Campus and the Quads

These living areas are made up of suites containing multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, with a shared kitchen and living room.

The Hill

Traditional

The Hill, the Circle, and the South Tower

These dormitories create vibrant community with two- to three-person rooms and community bathrooms on each floor.


What Every Hall Has in Common

Healthy interpersonal relationships and community are vital to our success as people. As Christians, we take the responsibility to love, support, and encourage one another through our life journeys seriously.

So within every living space at Liberty, you’ll find a 5 to 1 ratio of students to peer leaders who are committed to the personal wellness and spiritual development of those they serve.

  • A Resident Director and two Resident Assistants oversee each residence hall on campus, ensuring student safety and investing in students’ interpersonal relationships, personal wellness, and global perspective.
  • Resident Shepherds (typically two per hall) nurture students’ spiritual development and intentionally create a sense of home
  • Community Group Leaders (several on each hall) facilitate weekly small groups where they foster a community of Christ-centered discipleship among the students in their group.

East Campus Community GroupEast Campus girls’ community group

What’s Important to You?

When you consider living on a college campus, how do you envision it? Are there certain “must-haves” you’re looking for, like a stove, big closet, or private bathroom? Or are you more concerned with being close to classes and dining? Our variety of housing styles means you can choose the living environment that works best for you. 

Location

Amenities

Price

Living off Campus


The Commons

  • Two beds and a private bathroom per room
  • Two desks, chairs, wardrobes, dressers, and a refrigerator/microwave unit
  • Spacious central common areas
  • Laundry facilities are located on each floor
  • Liberty Post Office boxes available on-site
  • Spacious central common areas
  • Laundry facilities are located on each floor
  • Liberty Post Office boxes are available on-site.


East Campus

  • Private bathrooms
  • One bunk bed and a lofted bed/two twin beds
  • Three desks, chairs, dressers, and one closet
  • Kitchen and common area in suite
  • Laundry facilities in each apartment
  • Mailbox kiosks are located throughout East Campus


The Quads

  • Two twin beds
  • Two desks, chairs, dressers, and one closet
  • Kitchen and common area in suite
  • Mailbox kiosks are located in the nearby Circle residence halls
  • Laundry facilities are located in both the South Tower (female only), as well as on South Campus (024-1)


The Circle

  • One set of bunk beds and a lofted bed
  • Three desks, chairs, dressers, and two closets
  • Mailbox kiosks are located around the Circle community
  • Laundry facilities are located in multiple residence halls nearby


The Hill

  • Largest rooms on campus
  • One set of bunk beds and a lofted bed
  • Three desks, chairs, dressers, and two closets
  • Mailbox kiosks are located around the Hill community
  • Laundry facilities are also located in nearby Hill dorms


South Tower

  • Two twin beds
  • Two desks, chairs, dressers, and one closet
  • Available to females only
  • Laundry facilities are located in the South Tower building

Want to be in the center of it all? The Residential Commons and the Hill dorms stand at either end of the Academic Lawn, with easy access to:

  • The Montview Student Center
  • The Jerry Falwell Library
  • The Reber-Thomas Dining Hall
  • The majority of academic buildings

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Doc's DinerOutside of Doc’s Diner on East Campus

Need to access the Athletics Corridor? East Campus housing stretches from just across Williams Stadium on one end to the field hockey and lacrosse fields on the other. You’ll also be close to:

  • David’s Place Clubhouse
  • The swimming pool
  • A tunnel to the Vines Center
  • Doc’s Diner
  • The Liberty Bookstore

 


South Campus Residence Halls

Want a neighborhood feel while still being close to it all? The Quads and the Circle dorms offer:

  • A short walk to the Vines Center
  • Easy access to the entire campus through the bus line
  • Closer proximity to parking

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SOuth Tower

Prefer the peace and quiet? Living a little further out in the South Tower gives you breathing space — while keeping you closely connected to everything on campus through the bus line. 

Check out our campus map to see exactly where our dorms are located in relation to one another.

The Commons

  • 2-person room: $3,750 per semester

East Campus

  • 3-Person Room: $2,900 per semester
  • 2-Person Room: $3,380 per semester

The Quads

  • 3-Person Room: $2,900 per semester
  • 2-Person Room: $3,380 per semester

The Circle

  • 3-Person Room: $2,300 per semester

The Hill

  • 2-Person Room: $3,580 per semester
  • 3-Person Room: $3,380 per semester

South Tower

  • 2-Person Room:$2,900 per semester

Students who are 21 or older, or live with an immediate family member (parent or sibling) who is 21 or older, may be approved to live off campus.