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| I transferred to Liberty after spending two years at PCC. My transfer was very easy; the admissions staff went out of their way to help me. The faculty are wonderful, especially the history dept. I have never seen professors so eager to help students. They are completely approachable, friendly, and very caring. When I was ill one day and had to go to ER, one of my teachers came with me. I don't think many universities this size can boast of faculty that care as much as that. In addition, there are tons of internships and other opportunities available. I am very happy with my decision to come here. The only real problem with Liberty is the students. If you come, I would advise living off campus. Many students aren't very sincere Christians and overall, it is a little difficult to make friends at first. If you are lucky enough to be a history major or English major you'll have an easier time, as I have found people in those majors to be very friendly for some reason. Plus, because of all the activities they do together, history majors and minors have a special comraderie with one another. |
|Oct 09 2004|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2006 |
| There are so many things that I can say about Liberty University. I completed the distance learning program is 1 1/2 years, with no problems. The time went by very fast and the course work was directly related to my needs. The staff is wonderful and I would return to the school to obtain another degree. I was quite suprised to find that Liberty University has an excellent reputation. I have applied for several post grad programs and when i mention that I am a LU graduate, people seem really impressed. I highly recommend this college. |
|Sep 29 2004|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |
| I love this University. I went to a different "public" college last year. It was a good experience, but I wouldn't change my decision to go to this college for anything. |
It drives me crazy when people complain about not knowing about the dress code, or the rules, or not knowing about how strong/weak the major they were going into was. Personally, if you don't take the time to research the program, visit the college, or read the rulebook before you decide to come, than that's just stupid. Yea, sure Liberty has rules. But through your entire life you're going to have rules. You have parents, teachers, and when you get a job.. your employer (believe it or not) is going to have rules! So get over it. :) Any college you go to is going to have its ups and its downs. Trust me. But if you spend your time focusing on the negative, you're not going to have a good college experience.
Liberty's campus is beautiful - minus the construction going on. (And speaking of construction, it is kind of a pain. The college tried to do too many things too fast.)The faculty is helpful, and from what I experienced so far, is very concerned about teaching you to think on your own - not just spew back facts and dates.
The spiritual atmosphere is awesome. Something lacking from both the Christian high school I attended, and even my church back home. It's amazing when you're around people your own age who want to be there, and want to worship and serve God. Its so powerful.
Well, all I can say is if you're considering Liberty - I'd say go. Even if its just for one year. Go for the experience. Its the best decision I ever made.
|Sep 29 2004|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2007 |