University of Lynchburg Gets Gift From Liberty University

The University of Lynchburg announced that it recieved a gift valued at $1 million dollars from Liberty University in memory of Jerry Falwell Sr. who began his studies at Lynchburg College in the 50s. 

It included $250,000 in cash and property valued at $750,000.

"The University of Lynchburg and Liberty University have been good neighbors for many decades, and we share a common commitment to our city," University of Lynchburg President Dr. Kenneth R. Garren said. "We thank the leadership of LU and the Falwell family for this generous gift, which will help us in our current expansion and the enhancements of the University of Lynchburg educational experience."

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