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Liberty University

Breakdown of “Social Life” at LU

By Gender
By Major
Aerospace EngineeringF
Art & Design DepartmentB
Business - Management and AdministrationC
Computer EngineeringB-
Computer ScienceB
Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etcC-
Electrical EngineeringB+
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcD-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C
Music - Composition/TheoryC
Music - PerformanceA+
Music EducationB+
Perfomance ArtsA-
Political ScienceA-
PreDent and DentistryB+
PreLaw and LegalB
Public HealthA-

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Social Life

... I love computer games, movies, and socializing with my friends ...Read full comment
... Forget about your social life because your friends WILL turn you in for anything ...Read full comment
... I'm not the most social person, granted; while I did make some acquaintances here, I expected more ...Read full comment
... The social atmosphere is really unbelievable ...Read full comment
... My fellow classmates/friends and others are very friendly and social ...Read full comment
... I just want to speak to the comment about social life ...Read full comment
... Socially, you will find thousands of students to become great friends with ...Read full comment
... Financially it is incredibly cheap, academically it is challenging and socially you will gain life long friends ...Read full comment
... The social life aspect of liberty is great, you just have to get out there and find people to hang out with ...Read full comment
... Social life is usually pretty good, although since the student body is literally from everywhere (i ...Read full comment
... As for the people, they're nice, friendly and provide for a healthy well rounded social life ...Read full comment
... Everyone thinks very similarly, and absolutely don't expect much of a normal social experience ...Read full comment
... I attended LU following my graduation from High School and veyr much enjoyed both the social and academic sides of Liberty ...Read full comment

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