How to buy Liberty University degree?

How to buy Liberty University degree?
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Liberty University (LU), known simply as Liberty, is a private evangelical Christian university in Lynchburg, Virginia. It is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia (Southern Baptist Convention). Founded in 1971 by Jerry Falwell Sr. and Elmer L. Towns as Lynchburg Baptist College, Liberty is among the world’s largest Christian universities and one of the largest private non-profit universities in the United States by total student enrollment.

Liberty University consists of 17 colleges, including the Helms School of Government and the Rawlings School of Divinity. Most of its enrollment is in online courses; in 2020, the university enrolled about 15,000 in its residential program and 80,000 online. Liberty’s athletic teams compete in Division I of the NCAA and are collectively known as the Liberty Flames. Their athletics program joined Conference USA as a full member in 2023.

The university requires undergraduate students to take three Evangelical Bible-studies classes. Its honor code, called the “Liberty Way”, prohibits premarital sex, cohabitation, any kind of romantic relationship between members of the same sex, and alcohol use. Liberty University has been described as a “bastion of the Christian right”, playing a prominent role in Republican politics under Falwell and his son and successor Jerry Falwell Jr.
The school was founded as Lynchburg Baptist College in 1971 by televangelist Jerry Falwell Sr. and Elmer L. Towns. Falwell, already a pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church, served as the first chancellor of the school. From 1979 to the late 1980s, Falwell Sr. also headed the Moral Majority, a right-wing political organization.

The school changed its name to Liberty Baptist College in 1976. Officials said the change aimed to distance the school from the name Lynchburg, which is often mistakenly associated with lynching; co-founder Towns also said that Falwell Sr., wanted to use the name “Liberty” to ride the enthusiasm for the Bicentennial of the United States.

The name changed again in 1984, to Liberty University. In 1985, the university launched a distance-learning program by mailing VHS tapes to students; this was the forerunner to Liberty University’s current online program. Two years later, Liberty University’s 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status was formally recognized by the IRS.