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College For A Weekend (CFAW)

FEB. 16–19, 2017

ITINERARY


HERE’S WHAT

YOU NEED TO KNOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF CFAW.

1. WHAT EVENTS ARE FOR ME? Of course CFAW is for students, but some of our events have parents, guardians, and church leaders in mind. PARENT/GUARDIAN

YOUTH PASTOR/LEADER

2. WHAT EVENTS DO I HAVE TO BE AT? Though we wish you could be at all of them, there are a few you shouldn’t miss. REQUIRED

RECOMMENDED

3. WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW? Here are a few more icons to help you get the most out of CFAW! MEAL

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INCLUDED IN PACKET

CONCERT


REFUEL Meal/Snack provided

CFAW student guests gain COMPLIMENTARY ENTRY to The Food Court at Reber-Thomas with their Guest Flames Pass. Parents/guardians will receive one meal voucher valid for lunch at the dining hall on Feb. 17. Parents and youth leaders may purchase additional meals during CFAW Check-In or at the dining hall. THURSDAY Dinner: 5–8 p.m. Late Night: 8–10 p.m.

FRIDAY Breakfast: 7–10:30 a.m. Lunch: 10:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Snack: 2:30–5 p.m. Dinner: 5–8 p.m. Late Night: 8–9 p.m.

SATURDAY Breakfast: 9:30–11 a.m. Lunch: 11 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Snack: 2:30–5 p.m. Dinner: 5–8 p.m. Late Night: 8–9 p.m.

SUNDAY Breakfast: 7–11 a.m. Lunch: 11 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

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FEB. 16

Share your story using #CFAW!

REQUIRED

3–10 P.M.

COLLEGE FOR A WEEKEND CHECK-IN Montview Student Union, Alumni Ballroom Complete the check-in process, pick up important materials, and receive housing assignment information. Be sure to sign up for weekend events! RECOMMENDED

3–6 P.M.

EQUESTRIAN CENTER MEET & GREET Greenway in front of Montview Student Union Come meet some of our Equestrian Center staff, coaches, and miniature horses Bella and Sierra. RECOMMENDED

3–7 P.M.

6–8:30 P.M.

“MEET ME ON THE LAWN” Greenway in front of Montview Student Union After you check in and drop off your luggage at your residence hall, join Student Activities and Outdoor Recreation for games, giveaways, and complimentary snacks. ART GALLERY Green Hall, Room 1855 You are cordially invited to attend the opening and reception of “Art Art Art: An Exhibit of Limited Edition Prints by Dr. Seuss.” REQUIRED

6:30–8:30 P.M. GET TING

TO KNOW

LI BERT Y GUIDE

T H U R S D A Y, F E B . 1 6 from 6 : 3 0 – 8 : 3 0 P. M . Ask academic department representatives about services offered at Liberty.

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GETTING TO KNOW LIBERTY DeMoss Hall | Montview Student Union | Jerry Falwell Library | Science Hall | The Center for Music and the Worship Arts Mingle with representatives from Liberty’s academic and auxiliary departments to get all your questions answered.


RECOMMENDED/REQUIRED FOR:

Parent/Guardian

Youth Pastor/Leader

RECOMMENDED

8:45–9:15 P.M.

STUDENT PANEL Elmer Towns Religion Hall, Towns-Alumni Lecture Hall Hear about life at Liberty from current students. Tweet your questions to @ExperienceLU using #CFAW. REQUIRED

9:30–10:10 P.M.

10:30 P.M.

WELCOME RALLY Vines Center Kick off your weekend with an introduction to Liberty’s academic, social, and athletic opportunities. You will also receive a weekend overview and meet other CFAW students, parents, and group leaders. HANCOCK WELCOME CENTER CLOSES The Hancock Welcome Center will reopen Friday at 8 a.m. The Liberty University Police Department is available 24 hours a day. Emergency phone number: (434) 592-3911 Nonemergency phone number: (434) 592-7641 REQUIRED

10:30–11 P.M.

HALL CONNECT/CURFEW Your Residence Hall Meet resident assistants (RAs), exchange cellphone numbers, and inform them of your schedule. Residence hall doors are locked at all times. You will receive your Convocation seating assignment from your RA. No late-night sign-outs permitted for CFAW student guests.

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FEB. 17 RECOMMENDED

7:45– 9:30 A.M.

8 A.M.– 4:30 P.M. & 6:45– 10:30 P.M. 8 A.M.–5 P.M.

PARENT SESSION Green Hall, Tower Theater Come learn about the value of investing in a Liberty education. Receive more information about the admission process and the many on-campus services and hear from special guest Karen Kingsbury. This session begins at 8:05 a.m. after a complimentary, light breakfast. Food and drinks are not permitted in the theater. ART GALLERY Green Hall, Room 1855 Visit the Liberty University Art Gallery to view limited edition prints of Dr. Seuss’s artwork as well as other media. RESIDENT GRADUATE APPOINTMENTS Hancock Welcome Center If you are considering a residential graduate program, sit down and talk with a graduate advisor today — walk-ins welcome! RECOMMENDED

8:15 A.M.– 5:10 P.M.

ADMISSIONS 101 SESSIONS Jerry Falwell Library, Terrace Conference Room (Pick ONE session) Learn the ins and outs of admission, have your $50 application fee waived, and find out how to lock in thousands of dollars in awards. Session 1 8:15–9:05 A.M. Session 2 9:20–10:10 A.M. Session 3 1:05–1:55 P.M.

Session 4 2:10–3 P.M. Session 5 3:15–4:05 P.M. Session 6 4:20–5:10 P.M.

REQUIRED

8:15 A.M.– 5:10 P.M.

SPRING 2017 U N D E R G R A D U AT E

CLASS SCHEDULE

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ATTEND CLASSES See your class schedule booklet for course times. Sit in on classes in your field of interest and talk with professors and current students.


RECOMMENDED/REQUIRED FOR:

Parent/Guardian

Youth Pastor/Leader

RECOMMENDED

8:15– 10:30 A.M. & 11:45 A.M.– 4:30 P.M.

9–10 A.M.

TRANSFER EVALUATION ONE-ON-ONE SESSIONS Jerry Falwell Library, Suite 280 Transfer specialists will show you which courses transfer and what your course load will be when you attend Liberty. Please provide the following (important items needed before meeting): 1. Social Security Number or Liberty University student ID number 2. Sealed official college transcripts or unofficial college transcripts 3. Unofficial Advanced Placement/CLEP/International Baccalaureate scores

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSIONS SESSION DeMoss Hall, Room 4040 Learn more about attending Liberty University and have the opportunity to win an international scholarship. You must be present to win. RECOMMENDED

10:30– 11:45 A.M.

CONVOCATION Vines Center Be a part of the world’s largest weekly gathering of Christian young people! Hear from columnist, Fox News Contributor, and FoxNews.com Digital Host Todd Starnes.

11:45 A.M.– 4 P.M.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTER OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Room 2003 Stop by to learn about services and events for international students and meet current students from around the world. RECOMMENDED

NOON– 1:30 P.M.

THE EDGE: CHURCH LEADER ROUNDTABLE EVENT Montview Student Union, Alumni Ballroom, North Side Chris Hulshof, assistant professor of religion with the Rawlings School of Divinity, will lead a discussion on “An Accessible Gospel for the Inclusive Leader.” This event is hosted by the Department of Christian Leadership & Church Ministries and includes a complimentary lunch.

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RECOMMENDED/REQUIRED FOR:

Parent/Guardian

Youth Pastor/Leader

RECOMMENDED

HANCOCK WELCOME CENTER OPEN HOUSE Hancock Welcome Center Come see how the Hancock Welcome Center can assist you during your stay on campus. Meet our team, and enjoy a student-led tour of campus.

1–2 P.M.

RECOMMENDED

JERRY FALWELL LIBRARY TOUR Jerry Falwell Library, Front Lobby Register for a library tour at Liberty.edu/Library/Tours. Additional tours are available on Saturday.

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Tour 1 3:30–4 P.M.

Tour 3 4:30–5 P.M.

Tour 2 4–4:30 P.M.

Tour 4 5–5:30 P.M.


FEB. 17

ACADEMIC

OPEN HOUSES Attend an academic open house to meet professors and learn about degree programs that interest you. Information sessions and facility tours may be available during open houses, so reserve time in your schedule for these events.

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ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES School of Aeronautics 1–4 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE School of Aeronautics Academic Center 939 Airport Road, Lynchburg, Va. 24502 (Catch Shuttle 76) A map and directions are available at the Hancock Welcome Center information table.

1:05–2 P.M.

AERONAUTICS INFORMATION SESSION Aeronautics Building, Rooms 201 and 202 All students and their families are invited to attend. Meet our dean, assistant dean, and other key department members. College of Applied Studies & Academic Success (CASAS)

1–4 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE Montview Student Union, Main Hallway Department of Biology & Chemistry

8–10 A.M.

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CADAVER LAB DROP-IN/ WALK-THROUGH Science Hall, Room 212

NOON–1 P.M.

CHEMISTRY LAB TOUR Science Hall, Room 305

NOON–1 P.M.

FORENSIC SCIENCE LAB TOUR Science Hall, Room 106

1:05–1:55 P.M.

CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/BIOCHEMISTRY LAB TOUR Science Hall, Room 133


Travel between Green Hall and DeMoss Hall on Bus 71. Visit Liberty.edu/Transit for detailed transit schedules.

ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES Department of Biology & Chemistry (cont.) 1:05–1:55 P.M.

ZOOLOGY (PRE-VET), ZOOLOGY AND WILDLIFE, GENERAL BIOLOGY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY LAB TOUR Science Hall, Room 226

2:15–3:15 P.M.

BIOLOGY & CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW Science Hall, Room 351/352

3:30–4:30 P.M.

BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES/PRE-MED PRESENTATION Science Hall, Room 128 School of Business

1–3 P.M. NOON–1 P.M.

2:45–3:30 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Grand Lobby SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SNEAK PEEK AND DEAN’S WELCOME DeMoss Hall, Room 4040 TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS INFORMATION SESSION DeMoss Hall, Room 2192

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ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES School of Communication & Creative Arts (SCCA)

1:30 P.M.

1:30–3 P.M.

DEPARTMENT OF STUDIO & DIGITAL ARTS — ART + DESIGN WORKSHOP DISTRICT Green Hall, SCCA Collaborative Space, Room 1350 DEPARTMENT OF DIGITAL MEDIA & COMMUNICATION ARTS OPEN HOUSE Green Hall, SCCA Collaborative Space, Room 1350

1:45–2:30 P.M.

CINEMATIC ARTS, ZAKI GORDON CENTER PRESENTATION WITH DEPARTMENT CHAIR, FACULTY, AND STAFF Green Hall, Room 1847

1:45–3:35 P.M.

DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE ARTS TOUR Green Hall, Tower Theater Entrance

2:30–3:30 P.M.

CINEMATIC ARTS, ZAKI GORDON CENTER TOURS WITH FACULTY Green Hall, Room 1847

3:45–4:15 P.M.

SCCA INFORMATION SESSION Green Hall, Tower Theater All students interested in the School of Communication & Creative Arts programs are encouraged to attend this event and the breakout sessions that follow.

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Travel between Green Hall and DeMoss Hall on Bus 71. Visit Liberty.edu/Transit for detailed transit schedules.

ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES SCCA (cont.)

4:15–5 P.M.

AVAILABLE BREAKOUT SESSIONS Choose one of the following sessions to learn about your specific field of interest: »» Cinematic Arts, Zaki Gordon Center: The RED Camera — Shooting a Scene Green Hall, Room 1847 »» Department of Digital Media & Communication Arts Green Hall, Room 1315A »» Department of Studio & Digital Arts Meet & Greet Green Hall, Room 1855 »» Department of Theatre Arts Green Hall, Tower Theater (Parents) Green Hall, Rehearsal Room 2 (Students) Rawlings School of Divinity

1–4 P.M. 2:30–4:30 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE Elmer Towns Religion Hall, Main Entrance SCHOOL OF DIVINITY BREAKOUT SESSION Montview Student Union, Alumni Ballroom, North Side Listen to Dr. Chatraw speak on “Facing a Challenge of a Culture of Doubt.” Faculty will be present to answer any questions you have. School of Education

1–5 P.M. 4:15–5 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, School of Education Main Entrance (1st floor) INFORMATION SESSION FOR FUTURE EDUCATORS DeMoss Hall, Room 1161 13


ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES School of Engineering & Computational Sciences (SECS) 1–5 P.M. NOON– 12:50 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Room 3400, SECS Atrium CFAW CLASS: INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING AND COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES DeMoss Hall, Room 3345 All students interested in the SECS degree programs are highly encouraged to attend this mock class.

2:10–3:05 P.M.

TOUR OF THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES DeMoss Hall, Room 3400, SECS Atrium Tour 1 2:10–2:30 P.M. Tour 2 2:45–3:05 P.M.

2:45–3:15 P.M.

COMPUTING HANDS-ON WORKSHOP DeMoss Hall, Room 3402, SECS Modeling/Simulation Lab

2:45–3:15 P.M.

ENGINEERING HANDS-ON WORKSHOP DeMoss Hall, Room 3401, SECS Rapid Prototyping Lab

3:15–4:15 P.M.

MEET & GREET WITH THE DEAN DeMoss Hall, Room 3400, SECS Atrium

4:15–4:45 P.M.

MEET & GREET WITH CURRENT STUDENTS DeMoss Hall, Room 3400, SECS Atrium Department of English

1–2:30 P.M.

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OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Room 4072


Travel between Green Hall and DeMoss Hall on Bus 71. Visit Liberty.edu/Transit for detailed transit schedules.

ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES Department of Family & Consumer Sciences 1–4:30 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Room 4091

2:15 & 3:45 P.M.

FACILITY TOURS DeMoss Hall, Room 4091 Helms School of Government

3:30–5:30 P.M. 3:30–4 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Rooms 1113 & 1114 MEET & GREET WITH THE DEAN, FACULTY, AND CURRENT STUDENTS DeMoss Hall, Rooms 1114 Meet with student representatives and Washington Fellowship staff, and win door prizes.

4–4:30 P.M.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SESSION DeMoss Hall, Room 1114

4–4:30 P.M.

GOVERNMENT AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SESSION DeMoss Hall, Room 1114

4–4:30 P.M.

PRE-LAW DeMoss Hall, Room 1114

4–4:30 P.M.

STRATEGIC INTELLIGENCE SESSION DeMoss Hall, Room 1114

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ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES Helms School of Government (cont.) 4:30–5:15 P.M.

CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION CHALLENGE AND MOCK TRIAL DeMoss Hall, Room 1114 Pick up clues for the Crime Scene Investigation Challenge in DeMoss Hall, Room 4066 from 2–3 p.m.

4:30–5:15 P.M.

MOCK CONGRESS — SYRIAN REFUGEE CRISIS DeMoss Hall, Room 1113 Department of Health Professions

1–2 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE Science Hall, Room T54 Department of History

1–4:30 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Room 4004

1–1:45 P.M.

CONQUER THE WORLD WITH A HISTORY DEGREE DeMoss Hall, Room 4066 Honors Program

2:30–3:30 P.M.

Q&A SESSION DeMoss Hall, Room 4040 Learn about special scholarships, coursework, and other academic opportunities for Honors Program students. Jerry Falwell Library

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1:45–4:45 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE Jerry Falwell Library, Main Lobby

3:30–5:30 P.M.

JERRY FALWELL LIBRARY TOURS Jerry Falwell Library, Main Lobby Refer to Page 8 for tour times.


Travel between Green Hall and DeMoss Hall on Bus 71. Visit Liberty.edu/Transit for detailed transit schedules.

ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES Department of Mathematics 3:30–4 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE AND INFORMATION SESSION DeMoss Hall, Room 4056U Department of Modern Languages

1–2:30 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Room 4079 School of Music

1–5 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE The Center for Music and the Worship Arts, Room 160 School of Nursing

1–4:40 P.M.

FACILITY TOUR DeMoss Hall, Room 2111 Tour 1 1 P.M. | Tour 2 2:15 P.M. | Tour 3 3:30 P.M. Department of Philosophy

1–5 P.M. 1:05–1:35 P.M.

2:10–2:40 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Room 4004 PHILOSOPHY GOES TO THE MOVIES: WHY DO WE LOVE SUPERHERO FLICKS? DeMoss Hall, Room 4093 THE SURPRISINGLY GOOD STATISTICS FOR GETTING A JOB — AND GETTING WELL-PAID — FOR MAJORING IN PHILOSOPHY DeMoss Hall, Room 1104

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Travel between Green Hall and DeMoss Hall on Bus 71. Visit Liberty.edu/Transit for detailed transit schedules.

ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES ACADEMIC OPEN HOUSES Department of Philosophy (cont.)

3:45–4:15 P.M.

WHY MAJORING IN PHILOSOPHY IS A GREAT CHOICE FOR DEBATERS, HOMESCHOOLERS, AND HONORS STUDENTS DeMoss Hall, Room 4024

4:20–5:10 P.M.

“WALKING OFF THE BEST ARGUMENT FOR THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS FROM THE DEAD” WITH DR. GARY HABERMAS DeMoss Hall, Room 4046 Departments of Psychology & Social Work

1–3 P.M. 3:15–4:15 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Room 4008 SOCIAL WORK BREAKOUT SESSION DeMoss Hall, Room 4019 Department of Public & Community Health

3:30–5 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE Science Hall, Room T035 Department of Sport Management

1–3 P.M. 11 A.M.–1 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE DeMoss Hall, Room 1165 MEET & GREET WITH FACULTY AND CURRENT STUDENTS DeMoss Hall, Room 1165

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BEN RECTOR CONCERT SATURDAY, 7:30 P.M. | SEE PAGE 27.

FUSION:

AN EVENING OF STUDENT-LED WORSHIP FRIDAY, 6–7 P.M. | SEE PAGE 21.

CADENCE:

A SHOWCASE OF DIVERSE MUSICAL STYLES SATURDAY, 10:30–11:30 A.M. | SEE PAGE 23. 19


FEB. 17 5:30–7 P.M.

HYDAWAY OUTDOOR RECREATION CENTER Take advantage of free mountain bike, canoe, kayak, and stand-up paddleboard rentals at our off-campus outfitter!

5:30–10 P.M.

LIBERTY MOUNTAIN SNOWFLEX CENTRE Catch Shuttle 75 — Runs every hour Check out the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, the first of its kind in North America! Two hours of skiing and snowboarding cost $10 per person, while tubing only costs $5 (includes rentals). Pricing for CFAW cardholders ONLY.

6–7 P.M.

FUSION: AN EVENING OF STUDENT-LED WORSHIP Elmer Towns Religion Hall, Towns-Alumni Lecture Hall Join the Center for Music & Worship in a dynamic time of praise.

6 P.M.

SNOWFLEX RAIL JAM DeMoss Hall, Front Steps Come watch and win free swag at Snowflex’s ski and snowboarding competition at DeMoss.

CHECK OUT ONE OF 120 STUDENT-LED CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS DURING YOUR CFAW VISIT.

YOU CAN FIND A FULL LIST AT LIBERTY.EDU/CLUBS.

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RECOMMENDED/REQUIRED FOR:

7 P.M.

Parent/Guardian

Youth Pastor/Leader

D1 MEN’S HOCKEY LaHaye Ice Center Stand with our Flames Hockey team as it takes on the University of Rhode Island. Tickets for CFAW students cost $4 in advance and $5 at the door. Tickets for all other guests cost $6 in advance and $10 at the door.

7 P.M.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Vines Center Come and cheer on our Lady Flames Basketball team as they take on Charleston Southern University. CFAW students get in free, and family and guest tickets can be purchased at the door or at check-in.

7:30 P.M.

SEUSSICAL Green Hall, Tower Theater This musical is now one of the most performed shows in America. Seussical is a fantastical, magical, and musical extravaganza!

7:30–10:30 P.M.

LIBERTY CLASS OF 2021 MIXER Hancock Welcome Center Are you graduating in 2017? If so, come join us for food, games, and fellowship with your future classmates.

10:30 P.M.– MIDNIGHT

LATE SKATE LaHaye Ice Center Come hang out on the ice with other CFAW guests and current students.

12:30 A.M.

CURFEW Your Residence Hall All students are required to be in their residence halls at this time. No late-night sign-outs permitted for CFAW guests.

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FEB. 18 RECOMMENDED

8 A.M.–3 P.M.

ADMISSIONS ONE-ON-ONE SESSIONS Jerry Falwell Library Admissions counselors will review your account and help you through the enrollment process. No appointment necessary! RECOMMENDED

8 A.M.–3 P.M.

TRANSFER EVALUATION ONE-ON-ONE SESSIONS Jerry Falwell Library Transfer specialists will show you which courses transfer and what your course load will be when you attend Liberty. Please provide the following (important items needed before meeting): 1. Social Security Number or Liberty University student ID number 2. Sealed official college transcripts or unofficial college transcripts 3. Unofficial Advanced Placement/CLEP/International Baccalaureate scores RECOMMENDED

8:45–9:45 A.M.

ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL AID Q & A Elmer Towns Religion Hall, Towns-Alumni Lecture Hall With all of the information you received this weekend, we’re sure you’ll have questions, and we want to answer them!

9 A.M.–3 P.M.

OPEN MODEL RESIDENCE HALLS Take a peek at three options for on-campus housing! Visit Main 19, located on the Hill; East 40, located on East Campus; and Commons II, located next to the Vines Center.

9 A.M.–7 P.M.

HYDAWAY OUTDOOR RECREATION CENTER Take advantage of free mountain bike, canoe, kayak, and stand-up paddleboard rentals at our off-campus outfitter!

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RECOMMENDED/REQUIRED FOR:

10 A.M.–3:30 P.M.

Parent/Guardian

Youth Pastor/Leader

LIBERTY UNIVERSITY ONLINE ACADEMY PARTNER SCHOOL CONFERENCE Montview Student Union, Center for Multicultural Enrichment Space, Room 2500 Informational conference for those interested in starting a Christian school or expanding an existing one to better reach the youth in their community. RECOMMENDED

10–11 A.M.

SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH 101 Elmer Towns Religion Hall, Towns-Alumni Lecture Hall This session provides tips and techniques for successful scholarship searches. There will be a second session at 1:30 p.m.

10 A.M.–5 P.M. & 6:45–10:30 P.M.

ART GALLERY Green Hall, Room 1855 Visit the Liberty University Art Gallery to view limited edition prints of Dr. Seuss’s artwork as well as other media.

10:30–11:30 A.M.

“CADENCE”: A SHOWCASE OF DIVERSE MUSICAL STYLES The Center for Music and the Worship Arts, Room 160 Enjoy a rhythmic discourse in jazz and chamber music while interacting with School of Music students and faculty.

10:30 A.M.– 3:30 P.M.

JERRY FALWELL LIBRARY TOURS Jerry Falwell Library, Front Lobby Tour the perfect place to study, work on group projects, and do research. Register for a library tour at Liberty.edu/Library/Tours. Tour 1 Tour 2 Tour 3 Tour 4 Tour 5

10:30–11 A.M. 11–11:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.–NOON NOON–12:30 P.M. 12:30–1 P.M.

Tour 6 1–1:30 P.M. Tour 7 1:30–2 P.M. Tour 8 2–2:30 P.M. Tour 9 2:30–3 P.M. Tour 10 3–3:30 P.M.

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FEB. 18 11 A.M.–NOON

EAGLE SCHOLARS INFORMATION SESSION Science Hall, Rooms 256 and 257 The Eagle Scholars Program provides high-achieving students with the training necessary for personal and professional excellence in leadership. This program fosters a sense of community, improves academic knowledge, and provides opportunities for leadership and professional experience.

11 A.M.–NOON

EQUESTRIAN CENTER TOUR Equestrian Center, Main Barn Come meet our Equestrian Center staff and coaches while touring our facilities located at 3411 Sunnymeade Rd., Rustburg, Va. 24588. A second tour begins at 2 p.m. RECOMMENDED

11:15 A.M.– 12:15 P.M.

ADMISSIONS 201 Elmer Towns Religion Hall, Towns-Alumni Lecture Hall This session is for students who have already applied and paid their $250 Confirmation Deposit.

NOON

WOMEN’S LACROSSE East Campus Lacrosse Fields Cheer on our Liberty Flames Lacrosse team as it takes on the University of Richmond.

NOON– 12:30 P.M.

OFFICE OF RESIDENCE LIFE (ORL) SESSION Science Hall, Room 351 The ORL offers scholarship opportunities for students interested in serving as resident assistants. Stop by to hear what it’s all about!

NOON–1 P.M.

STUDY ABROAD AND INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIPS INFORMATION SESSION Jerry Falwell Library, Terrace Conference Room Learn how you can add to your Liberty experience and stretch yourself academically, emotionally, and spiritually while you study overseas.

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RECOMMENDED/REQUIRED FOR:

NOON–10 P.M.

Parent/Guardian

Youth Pastor/Leader

LIBERTY MOUNTAIN SNOWFLEX CENTRE Catch Shuttle 75 — Runs every hour Check out the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, the first of its kind in North America! Two hours of skiing and snowboarding cost $10 per person, while tubing only costs $5 (includes rentals). Pricing for CFAW cardholders ONLY.

12:30–1 P.M.

OFFICE OF SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION DeMoss Hall, Room 1104 Want to be a spiritual leader on campus? Discover opportunities to serve and minister to your fellow classmates.

12:30–3:30 P.M.

TOUR OF THOMAS JEFFERSON’S POPLAR FOREST Meet the shuttle at the front of Hancock Welcome Center. Tour one of Lynchburg’s historic landmarks! Space is limited, so arrive early. This free event is first come, first served.

1–2 P.M. 3–4 P.M.

STUDENT-LED TOUR Hancock Welcome Center This walking tour offers a student’s perspective on campus community, activities, and facilities.

1–5 P.M.

ZIP LINE AT HYDAWAY OUTDOOR RECREATION CENTER Take it to the next level with zip lining.

1:30–2:15 P.M.

CAREER CENTER INFORMATION SESSION Montview Student Union, Room 2610 Want to learn the best strategies for getting a job when you graduate? Come hear about the services offered to students by the Career Center.

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FEB. 18 1:30–2:30 P.M.

MILITARY COMMUNITY AND BENEFITS BRIEFING Science Hall, Room 351 See what Liberty has to offer our military service members, veterans, and their dependents on campus. Learn about the military community, student groups, tuition assistance, and veterans benefits. RECOMMENDED

1:30–2:30 P.M.

SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH 101 Elmer Towns Religion Hall, Towns-Alumni Lecture Hall This session provides tips and techniques for successful scholarship searches.

1:30–2:30 P.M.

START WITH SUCCESS Center for Music and the Worship Arts, Room 305 Learn how to prepare your middle school or early high school student for college success.

2 P.M.

EQUESTRIAN CENTER TOURS Equestrian Center, Main Barn Come meet some of our Equestrian Center staff and coaches and tour our facilities. We are located at 3411 Sunnymeade Rd., Rustburg, Va. 24588.

2 P.M.

SEUSSICAL Green Hall, Tower Theater This musical is now one of the most performed shows in America. Seussical is a fantastical, magical, and musical extravaganza!

3 P.M.

MEN’S LACROSSE East Campus Lacrosse Fields Cheer on our Liberty Flames Lacrosse teams as they take on East Carolina University

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RECOMMENDED/REQUIRED FOR:

Parent/Guardian

Youth Pastor/Leader

ATTENTION: CONFIRMATION DEPOSIT DUE 5 P.M.

DEADLINE TO TURN IN CONFIRMATION DEPOSIT Hancock Welcome Center, Front Desk If you submit your Confirmation Deposit prior to the deadline, your name will be placed into a drawing for a $16,500 Liberty University tuition scholarship.

7 P.M.

D1 MEN’S HOCKEY LaHaye Ice Center Cheer on our Flames Hockey team as it takes on the University of Rhode Island. Tickets for CFAW students cost $4 in advance (available online) and $5 at the door. Tickets for all other guests cost $6 in advance and $10 at the door.

7:30 P.M.

BEN RECTOR CONCERT Vines Center Listen to Ben Rector’s greatest hits live! Get your tickets early by visiting Liberty.edu/SA or by calling (434) 582-7328. GENERAL ADMISSION

Student Advance Public Advance At the Door 7:30 P.M.

$15 $20 $25

SEUSSICAL Green Hall, Tower Theater This musical is now one of the most performed shows in America. Seussical is a fantastical, magical, and musical extravaganza!

11:30 P.M.

FLORIDA BUS MEETS AND DEPARTS Hancock Welcome Center Boarding begins at 11:30 p.m. for the return trip to Florida — the bus departs at 11:45 p.m.

12:30 A.M.

CURFEW Your Residence Hall All students are required to be in their residence hall at this time. No late-night sign-outs permitted for CFAW guests. 27


FEB. 19 9:15 A.M.– 10:45 A.M.

EARLY SERVICE AND SUNDAY SCHOOL Thomas Road Baptist Church

11 A.M.– 12:30 P.M.

CHURCH SERVICE Thomas Road Baptist Church

1–7 P.M.

HYDAWAY OUTDOOR RECREATION CENTER Take advantage of free mountain bike, canoe, kayak, and stand-up paddleboard rentals at our off-campus outfitter!

2–6 P.M.

ART GALLERY Green Hall, Room 1855 Visit the Liberty University Art Gallery to view limited edition prints of Dr. Seuss’s artwork as well as other media.

2–8 P.M.

LIBERTY MOUNTAIN SNOWFLEX CENTRE Catch Shuttle 75 — Runs every hour Check out the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, the first of its kind in North America! Two hours of skiing and snowboarding cost $10 per person, while tubing only costs $5 (includes rentals). Pricing for CFAW cardholders only.

3 P.M.

SEUSSICAL Green Hall, Tower Theater This musical is now one of the most performed shows in America. Seussical is a fantastical, magical, and musical extravaganza!

THANK YOU FOR VISITING LIBERTY UNIVERSITY! Travel home safely! Please return your air mattress to the Hancock Welcome Center. 28


ON-CAMPUS MUSEUMS & HOURS CREATION HALL MUSEUM Science Hall, 2nd Floor Thursday–Saturday | 8 a.m.–5 p.m. JERRY FALWELL MUSEUM DeMoss Hall, 2nd Floor, Grand Lobby Thursday–Friday | 8 a.m.–5 p.m. LIBERTY BIBLICAL MUSEUM Jerry Falwell Library, Terrace Level, Room 061 Friday | 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday | 10 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

MONTVIEW MANSION Adjacent to the Hancock Welcome Center Thursday–Friday | 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. NATIONAL CIVIL WAR CHAPLAINS MUSEUM Adjacent to the Hancock Welcome Center Thursday | 2:30–6 p.m. Friday | 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday | 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS VISITORS CENTER, HANCOCK WELCOME CENTER (434) 582-2064 Thursday–Friday | 8 a.m.–10:30 p.m. Saturday | 8 a.m.–9 p.m. Sunday | 8 a.m.–6 p.m. LIBERTY UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT Location | Green Hall: available 24 hours a day Emergency | (434) 592-3911 Nonemergency | (434) 592-7641

RESIDENT ADMISSIONS (800) 543-5317 Thursday–Friday | 8 a.m.–9 p.m. Saturday | 10 a.m.–6 p.m. LYNCHBURG GENERAL HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOM (434) 200-3027 1901 Tate Springs Rd. Lynchburg, Va. 24502 29


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