Feb. 4 | 6pm-10pm | School of Law Mountain View Room
Are you a commuter, graduate, or online student? Join us as we watch the biggest football game of the year. Bring a friend. Food will be provided!
Feb. 6 | 4:30pm-6:30pm | Graduate and Commuter Student Life Center, Green Hall 1875
Graduate Student Life partners with the Career Center each month to provide professional development sessions for graduate students in areas such as resume writing, interviewing, LinkedIn navigation, and more. Check out our Facebook page for specific upcoming sessions.
Feb. 8 | 7pm-10pm | LaHaye Event Space
Commuter and Graduate Student Life will be hosting a Winter Gala for off-campus students! This will be an evening of entertainment and lessons on etiquette. Dinner will be provided buffet style. Tickets are required for this event and can be purchased online.
Feb. 13 | 11:30am-1:30pm | Graduate and Commuter Student Life Center, Green Hall 1875
Re-Connect is a networking lunch held once a month for residential graduate students to meet and engage with one another between classes. Light refreshments will be provided.
Feb. 22 | 6pm-8pm | Graduate and Commuter Student Life Center, Green Hall 1875
Join us in the Graduate & Commuter Student Life Center for Game Night! Enjoy playing games and eating snacks with other commuter students - bring your friends and families!
Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23 | 7:30am-8:30am | Graduate and Commuter Student Life Center, Green Hall 1875
Stop by for our pancake breakfast every Friday in the month of February! We will provide pancakes and coffee.
Feb. 27 | 5:30pm-7:30pm | JFL Terrace Conference Room
Grad-Connect is a monthly personal and professional development opportunity for graduate students to connect with one another and with our exceptional graduate faculty members.
Every month Graduate Student Life features residential graduate students who have influenced the lives of others and who are active on Liberty University’s campus life as well as the Lynchburg community. This month we feature graduate student, Hannah Underhill.
Jesus had a reason for telling us to “seek first the kingdom of God” (Matthew 6:33) – because it’s a life-giving quest! In the midst of homework and classes and finances and (sometimes) sleep, we can easily seek everything else but the kingdom of God. But don’t give in to the distractions! Seek God first by committing to spend time (however long or short) in His word and prayer every single day.