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Liberty University

Sep 22 2008Nursing
Anyone gets in here if you apply. They are trying to build up their school.
Female
Jul 03 2008Computer Engineering
Apply AS EARLY AS YOU CAN and GET YOUR FASFA DONE AS SOON AS ALL OF YOUR TAX STUFF (w-2's, 1099's and all those other complicated documents) IS IN YOUR HANDS!

Another Recommendation, Don't go to Friendly Fridays but try CFAW instead! CFAW's basically a (nearly) free test drive of college life at LU. It'll cost 50-75 USD, but it's worth it (if nothing else, you'll get SOME type of free LU swag and the food's AllYouCanEat)

SAT: 900 Male
Jun 26 2008PreLaw and Legal
If you can sign your name you can pretty much get into Liberty, but make sure absolutely that before you come here that you want to be here for the right reasons, not because this is the only school Mommy and Daddy will pay for. Ive seen it a dozen times You will be miserable and you will make everyone around you miserable.
SAT: 1340 Male
Mar 20 2008Psychology
To get into this University all you have to do is provide prrof of breathing. What a joke!
Female
Feb 17 2008Psychology
I am a wife and mom returning to college after being away from the academic arena for over a decade.. My last GPA was a 1.5 but Liberty accepted me on academic probation so that I could prove that my priorities are different now, then they were all those years ago.. I now carry a 4.0.. I was able to transfer some of my credits, as long as they were of acceptable grades.. The application and the admissions process was helped by wonderful new enrollment advisors and a very helpful financial aid office.. I had a GED and no ACT or SAT scores since I left high school in the 80's
Female
Jan 25 2008Undecided
if you have half a brain, you can get in. Don't get me wrong, they do review and give the yay or nay. Just watch yourself, call their admissions department ANY TIME YOU DO ANY SINGLE THING WITH YOUR ACCOUNT [especially making payments] because their ASIST and "Payment" programs suck.
SAT: 900 Male

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