Introduction to the Campus
Liberty University’s campus can be viewed online at http://www.liberty.edu/maps.
Liberty University has many ongoing and future projects underway. The Master Plan can be accessed online at http://www.liberty.edu/masterplan.
Liberty University’s campus can be viewed online with 360 facility at https://www.youvisit.com/tour/liberty/.
Liberty University’s academic facilities are continually changing from year to year. Academic facilities include our nationally recognized library and state-of-the-art buildings.
Arthur S. DeMoss Hall is the primary academic building on campus, this impressive structure spans 500,000 square feet over four floors and houses computer labs, classrooms and student resource centers, and a rooftop terrace.
Home to the seventh largest music school in the country, the Center for Music and the Worship Arts has two linked 4-story buildings that span 141,000 square feet. The center has a 1,600-seat concert hall and is equipped exclusively with Steinway pianos. The building was completed in 2016.
The Center for Natural Sciences is a four-story, 121,000-square-foot facility that houses classrooms, an auditorium, and more than 30 laboratories designed for hands-on learning.
At 275 feet, Freedom Tower is the tallest structure in the city of Lynchburg. Serving as the focal point of campus, the tower and its expansive base are home to the Rawlings School of Divinity, the world’s largest accredited school for religious and ministerial training. The tower’s base includes a 150-seat interactive classroom as well as a classroom with multiple projectors that provide an immersive view. The tower also includes an observation floor, a 25-bell carillon, and features the Rawlings Scriptorium, which houses a collection of some of the earliest and most rare Bibles, as well as a life-size replica of the Gutenberg Press. Freedom Tower was completed in Spring 2018.
Jerry Falwell Library is named after Liberty’s founder, the library was completed in 2014 and boasts over 170,000 square feet, including a technology commons, 30 group-study rooms, an automated storage retrieval system, four-story book tower, multiple terraces and balconies, and a café. Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/library/.
The Center for Medical and Health Sciences is home to the College of Osteopathic Medicine and select programs of the expanded School of Health Sciences, this 140,000 square-foot center provides hands-on training through lab simulation and standardized patient education. Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/lucom/.
Marie F. Green Hall houses the School of Law, Tower Theater, LaHaye Recreation and Fitness Center, and the Cinematic Arts Zaki Gordon Center, as well as academic and administrative offices.
The School of Business is 3 stories, 78,000-square feet, and houses the 2,000-square-foot Entrepreneur’s Center. The building includes a 500-seat auditorium, information technology labs, and data centers.
Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/academics.
Liberty University’s practice and performance facilities are nationally acclaimed and provide opportunities for students studying medicine, sport management, and other health professions to work with athletes in real-world environments. Touted as the home of the best football stadium in the Big South and the No. 4 collegiate baseball stadium in the country, Liberty University provides students and alumni with a college sports experience they can be proud of.
Williams Stadium is the largest stadium in the Big South Conference with 19,200 seats and a 110-foot viewing tower. It is ranked best stadium in the Big South Conference by the Sports Network and is among the top Football Championship Subdivision facilities. The stadium houses the Football Operations Center, containing locker rooms, coaches’ offices, equipment and weight rooms, and a training facility. Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/flames/index.cfm?PID=38090.
The 169,000-square-foot Indoor Track facility is home to one of 15 hydraulic-banked tracks in the United States. The 1,500-seat indoor track includes a six-lane, 200-meter track, training and weight rooms, locker rooms, concessions, and coaches’ offices. Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/flames/index.cfm?PID=38092.
The Vines Center is home to Liberty University Flames Basketball and Volleyball teams, the facility is also used for concerts, church services, conferences, and Convocation. Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/flames/index.cfm?PID=38028.
The Cook Tennis Center consists of 18 NCAA regulation courts, including 12 lighted courts for use anytime. The courts have elevated seating with chairbacks that are centered with three courts on each side. The center is used for NCAA competitions, intramural sports, and open play. Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/flames/index.cfm?PID=38103.
Opened in February 2013, the Liberty Baseball Stadium features the latest turf playing surface, as well as full-length, major league-style dugouts, a fully equipped media area, two suites, a club room, and a spectator picnic area. Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/flames/index.cfm?PID=38096.
Kamphuis Field at Liberty Softball Stadium features AstroTurf and a clay infield treated specifically to repel water, the stadium meets NCAA regulations. Also includes locker rooms, 1,000 chairback seats, and a video scoreboard. Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/flames/index.cfm?PID=38097.
Additional information about each athletic facility is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/flames/index.cfm?PID=38027.
Dining options at Liberty University consist of resident dining options and retail dining options offered by Dining Services.
Additional information is available online at https://liberty.sodexomyway.com/.
Campus Recreation proudly serves the Liberty University community with a wide variety of facilities. To find out more about recreation facilities, please see the Campus Recreation section located in this catalog.
Additional information is available online at http://www.liberty.edu/campusrec/.
Residence Halls and housing locations can be found online at https://www.liberty.edu/studentaffairs/residencelife/index.cfm?PID=462.