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| Liberty University offers very little value for your 18,000 dollars. The Internet is unreliable and slow, the food feels like a middle school cafeteria, the post office loses packages constantly, and there is no cable TV in the dorms.|
Besides offering very little in the way of luxuries my biggest complaint with Liberty University is that total lack of morale on campus. I grew up watching ESPN and hearing about how great college life is. At Liberty everyone leaves on the weekend, very few people enjoy their daily lives and the sports are awful. The Liberty Marching Band is another laughing stock. I can barely tell one song from another and students randomly chant(at least the minority of students who attend our crappy football games) "GO LU".
If you are into any kind of internet gaming or even casual surfing avoid LU. The internet is down consistently. AOL instant messenger works even worse than web pages. Gaming is especially out of the question. My games work probably 70% of the time. The other 30% I spent an hour playing, then at the end I lag out. in 80% of my games there is evenpresent lag. If you don't know what lag is imagine playing Mario and when you press jump, its jumps 2 seconds later.Don't come here.
|Jan 30 2005|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2006 |
| Too much religion mixed with scholastics. Couldn't breathe not to mention that the city is more or less lifeless. Double standard for people willing to play with the arbitrarily enforced rule system. No support for majors that raised the GPA |
|Dec 10 2004|| 3rd Year Male --
Class 2004 |
| If I had it to do over again, I would not go to Liberty. I'm a Christian, but a questioning one who respects other's opinions and sees truth in many places. If you think like I do, Liberty is NOT the place for you. If you want to spend four years to get a piece of paper to show future employers, and do so in a generally caring environment that is deeply supportive of your Christian faith, but not be deeply challenged to question the way you believe, Liberty might be the place for you. If you want, you can go straight from a cozy, sheltered childhood to a cozy, sheltered adult life here, with minimal mental stress or disruption. I don't mean to to trivialize what you can gain from a Liberty education, or to denigrate the personal growth I know some people have experienced there. But there is definitely only one right way to think and believe at Liberty. |
|Oct 17 2004|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |