Liberty, Missouri is the seat of Clay County, was incorporated in 1829, and is the second oldest incorporated town this side of the Mississippi River. You’ll never want for something to do in this quaint community which bustles with art, theatre, music, restaurants, museums, parks, farmer markets, shopping… the list goes on and on. Residents love the small-town feel, outstanding school system, rich arts and culture, and close proximity to Kansas City.
Liberty’s population is right around 30,000, but sees an influx of around 1000 students attending William Jewell College every year. William Jewell is a Division II college sitting on a sprawling 200 acres. Ranked among America’s best colleges by Forbes, and recognized as a 2015-2017 Apple Distinguished School, it’s known for its innovation, leadership, and academic excellence.