Introduction to the Campus
Liberty University’s Campus Map can be viewed online.
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 houses the Montview Student Union, computer labs, classrooms and student resource centers, and a rooftop terrace. It is home to the College of Applied Studies and Academic Success, College of Arts and Sciences, School of Aeronautics, School of Behavioral Sciences, School of Education, School of Engineering, and the School of Nursing.
Home to the one of the largest music school in the country, the Center for Music and the Worship Arts is a 4-story, 140,000-square-foot facility that includes two wings – an academic wing consisting of faculty offices, classrooms, lecture halls, music labs, recital halls, and a recording studio, as well as a performance wing consisting of a 1,600-seat concert hall.
The Center for Natural Sciences, added to the campus in 2017, is a four-story, 121,000-square-foot facility that houses the Department of Biology and Chemistry, classrooms, an auditorium, 20 wet labs, a cadaver lab, a cell culture facility, and six research labs.
Completed in spring 2018 and home to the John H. Rawlings School of Divinity, the Freedom Tower is a 17-story structure and a focal point in the center of campus. 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.
Jerry Falwell Library, named after Liberty’s founder, 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.
The Center for Medical and Health Sciences is home to the College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) and select programs of the expanded School of Health Sciences. This 144,000-square-foot facility houses a medical library and provides hands-on training through lab simulation and standardized patient education. Additional information is available online.
Marie F. Green Hall houses the university’s administrative offices, the Student Service Center, which houses Student Accounts, Financial Aid, and the Registrar’s Office, Post Office, Student Affairs offices, the Office of Spiritual Development and Spiritual Life offices, LaHaye Recreation Center, Tilley Food Court, the Cinematic Arts–Zaki Gordon Center, Liberty University Art Gallery, School of Communication and the Arts, Helms School of Government, the School of Law, and The Graduate School. The Tower Theater is a 640-seat state of the art theater where the Department of Theatre Arts produces six to eight shows a year including productions such as Beauty and the Beast, Steel Magnolias, Peter Pan, Mary Poppins, Little Mermaid, and Phantom of the Opera.
The School of Business, completed in 2020, is a 3-story, 78,000-square-foot facility, and houses the 2,000-square-foot Center for Entrepreneurship. The building includes a 500-seat auditorium, information technology labs, and data centers, and a stock trading simulator.
Virtual tours of Liberty’s academic facilities are available online.
Liberty University’s campus has practice and performance facilities for its 20 NCAA Division I athletic teams, 40-plus Club Sports teams, and 20-plus intramural sports. These facilities provide opportunities for students studying medicine, athletic training, sport management, and other health professions to work with athletes in real-world environments.
Williams Stadium opened in October 1989 and has undergone multiple renovations, the most recent expansion in August 2018 increased seating capacity to 30,000. The stadium houses the Liberty Football Center, which opened in 2006, was renovated and the Liberty Football program moved into its new home in April 2020. Located at the north end zone at Williams Stadium, the three-story 65,455-square-foot facility houses 17 offices, 10 position meeting rooms, and an offensive and defensive meeting room, plus a 147-seat, theater-style team meeting room. The facility includes a locker room, equipment room, player’s lounge including a nutrition center, cardio workout room, a press room, a new training room, and state-of-the-art weight room. The sports medicine area includes treatment beds, an onsite x-ray room, plus hydrotherapy pools. Additional information is available online.
The 169,000-square-foot Indoor Track Complex opened in January 2017 and 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.
The Liberty Natatorium opened in December 2017, with a seating capacity of 1,414. The state-of-the-art 75,000-square-foot facility is connected to the Indoor Track Complex has elevated Liberty’s NCAA Division I women’s swimming and diving team and men’s club swimming and water polo programs, while also attracting students and community members of all ages. The entire natatorium and indoor track complex share a 6,554-square-foot weight room and 2,400-square-foot training room. Additional information is available online.
The Vines Convocation Center opened in November 1990 and was renovated and expanded in 2014-15. It served as the home of Liberty basketball and volleyball teams for 30 years. The facility is also used for Convocation, concerts, church services, and conferences. Additional information is available online.
The 4,000-seat Liberty Arena opened in December 2020 and is the new home of the Liberty men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball programs. Liberty Arena is adjacent to the Flames’ and Lady Flames’ previous home, the Vines Center, with a tunnel connecting the two venues.
The Liberty Tennis Complex opened in November 2010 and features 12 outdoor and six indoor NCAA regulation courts, including 12 lighted courts for use anytime. The outdoor courts have elevated chairback seating that are centered with three courts on each side. The complex includes the Cook Tennis Center that contains men’s and women’s locker rooms, a training room, a stringing room, as well as offices for coaches and a team room. The center is used for NCAA competitions, intramural sports, and open play. Additional information is available online.
Opened in June 2013, the Worthington Field at Liberty Baseball Stadium has chairback seating for 2,500, and features the latest turf playing surface, as well as full-length, major league-style dugouts, a fully equipped media area, four suites, a club room, offices for the baseball program, and a spectator picnic area. Additional information is available online.
Kamphuis Field at Liberty Softball Stadium opened in January 2015. It features AstroTurf with a natural clay infield. The stadium includes 1,000 chairback seats, home, visitor, and umpires’ locker rooms, and a video scoreboard. Additional information is available online.
Virtual tours of Liberty’s athletic facilities are available online.
Campus Recreation 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.
Information on Liberty University Residence Halls and housing options as well as a virtual tour of campus housing can be found online.