Freedom Tower







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The university broke ground August of 2017 at the tower site, located near Reber-Thomas Dining Hall. Completed in spring 2018, the 275-foot-tall tower is the tallest structure in Lynchburg and serves as the focal point of campus — a testament to Liberty’s commitment to prepare students both academically and spiritually. Concrete for the vertical structure will be noticeable to passersby starting in April. Atop the tower is an observation deck with a 360-degree view and a carillon of bells complementing the university’s Liberty Bell replica, which was unveiled in 1976 in conjunction with the nation’s bicentennial celebration. The base of the tower will house the Rawlings School of Divinity, the word’s largest accredited school for religious studies and ministerial training.