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Liberty University

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It has its weaknesses, but it is definitelyQuite BrightEducation
It has its weaknesses, but it is definitely improving constantly. From what I've heard of other schools, LU's faculty is much more friendly, approachable, and helpful. Also, the student body gives the body a one-of-a-kind atmosphere, in a good way. You will probably either love it or hate it. I, personally, have loved it.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Campus Aesthetics: B-
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If you want to be able to cussSuper BrilliantAccounting
If you want to be able to cuss in a classroom discussion, then this is not the place for you. Liberty expects you to be respectful in all interactions, so if you feel that in order to express yourself you have to use words and actions you would use in front of your grandmother, then yes your expression will be "limited".

I am a proud Democrat, my professors know this. I have had wide ranging debates in class with them and other students on our disagreements. I have even been invited to come present my ideas and reasonings to other classes so their students can have a well rounded view of the topics.Bottom line, if you know who you are, and are able to handle people disagreeing with you, then Liberty is great, if not, then grow up.

4th Year Male -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, Social Life: F
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I really like the school's educational and characterBrightReligion/Religious
I really like the school's educational and character building curriculum. However I feel that the school is not forthcoming with information about the job market in the field you are studying. Also I was very disappointed that the university does not help it's religion majors find positions at all. They have a job board but you would think that a school that promotes itself as "the worlds largest private university" could do more for it's students in regards to placement after graduation. Especially when those students are pastoral students which is what Liberty was founded for. I was also an online student and it is very expensive for online courses and there is very little benefit for the online student. Since there are around 80,000 online students and 20,000 residential students you would think that some special attention would be paid to the online students. But this is not the case. The school is building various new facilities that online students will never enjoy on the backs of online students instead of giving them any rewards. In many ways I believe that the school provides a quality education but the leaderships use of funds is questionable and not beneficial to the online student.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Preparedness: B+ Reputation: F
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