LYNCHBURG, Va. – We now know who will be leading Liberty University for the time being.
Liberty Board Chairman Dr. Jerry Prevo accepted the appointment by the Executive Committee of the Board to serve as acting president, the university announced on Monday evening.
This decision comes after the university announced Friday that President Jerry Falwell Jr. would be taking an indefinite leave of absence.
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The decision to appoint Prevo was made unanimously at Monday’s Board of Trustees meeting.
“I want to thank my fellow board members for having confidence that I could be entrusted with the responsibility of serving as the Acting President during this time of Jerry Falwell, Jr’s indefinite leave of absence,” said Prevo.