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| I graduated from Liberty in 2010, and I really enjoyed my experience there. It has a great campus (minus the Library, but a new one is getting built), great professors, and fun student life. They do uphold a higher moral standard than most schools, so you won't really find a lot parties or anything of that sort. Being in the blue ridge mountains, there are quite a bit of outdoor activities, although the city really shuts down at night. Despite that, it is usually pretty easy to find something to do on campus. If you are looking for a fun college experience that is free of drugs, drinking, and partying, then Liberty is a good place to check out. |
|Apr 24 2013|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2010 |
Liberty university has a outstanding full time staff/instructors.|
I've taken 4 courses and received a passing grade in each, however
The school took away my SAP stateing that I am behind on classes.
I currently have 93 credits of which the school states I needed 15 credits
From them. Well I need 3 more FM the school without the SAP
Support I will have to drop out. As a vet with over 36 years of service
And at the age of 72 time is running out. This is the only fault
I have with the school.
|Apr 07 2013|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2014 |
| I was a distant learning student and I spent the last 2.5 years attending courses at Liberty University. Yes the general attitude is Christian-conservative but I interacted through the discussion boards with some folks that were quite liberal on the point under discussion. |
For the most part the faculty are quite competent in their fields of instruction and only on one occassion did I cross paths with a very arrogant professor who just so happened to teach one of the required religion courses. Aside from this Prince, the experience was pleasant.
The courses are comprehensive and vary in complexity. I pursued a degree in Criminal Justice which is the career path that I have been following for the last 22 years. Given my exposure to the mechanics of the field, I was prepared for much of the material that was being instructed but I did have the opportunity to learn new information and expand on my previous knowledge.
During my time there I experienced only one minor glitch with scheduling courses but the staff was highly responsive to my complaint and corrected it immediately. Financial Aid was flawless.Overall Liberty is a great institution but I would recommend that potential applicants have a basic understanding of Christianity and are familiar with Scripture.
|Dec 20 2012|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2012 |