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Liberty University

Students who got into LU:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (17), Grades (20), Sports/Extracurriculars (3), College Essay (8)
Getting in is easyFeb 07 2015Accounting
Getting in is easy. Liberty has a policy of allowing everyone who wants to, to come. However, the work is very challenging for many and requires that THEY seek help at the fully staffed tutoring center.
ACT: 32 Male
Not that muchDec 29 2014Unknown
Not that much. The process was click apply and get in.
SAT: 1094 Male
I had a lot of other college classesAug 29 2014Psychology
I had a lot of other college classes. I applied. I wish I didn't go here.
Female
Good grades, got involved, good SATAug 27 2014Communications
SAT: 1900 Female
There was very little needed to get into LibertyAug 22 2014Psychology
There was very little needed to get into Liberty. No pre-exams or anything like that. Just a copy of my transcripts from other colleges; sign up for Federal Student Loans and the ball was rolling. But that is with most of these kind of institutions. Oh, by the way the completion rate is 46%, 53% white enrollment, 23% minority enrollment (which mostly included Asian) and 24% other; whatever that is, maybe it could be extraterrestrial beings? It is considered to be the 12th - lowest on the list for minority students at conservative universities. the drawing card is the pretense that they are a Christian College. But if you read the other reviews you will quickly dis-spell that idea! This school is a place for cloning Republican Conservatives & Tea Party Members.
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