StudentsReview :: Liberty University - Extra Detail about the Comment
Search for Schools by Region

or within distance of city

Similar Schools
Arizona State University -- Tempe, AZ
Alabama State University -- Montgomery, AL
Colorado Christian University -- Lakewood, CO

  Who's got the Best?

Perceptual Rankings:
You Make 'Em.
We Post 'Em.
You Vote 'Em Up.
You Vote 'Em Down.
Aww yeah.

Liberty University

How this student rated the school
Research Quality- Research Availability-
Research Funding- Graduate Politics-
Errand Runners- Degree Completion-
Alternative pay [ta/gsi]- Sufficient Pay-
Competitiveness- Education QualityF
Faculty AccessibilityC Useful ResearchF
Extracurriculars- Success-UnderstandingD-
Surrounding City- Social Life/Environment-
"Individual" treatmentB FriendlinessB
Safety- Campus Beauty-
Campus Maintenance- University Resource/spending-
Describes the student body as:

Describes the faculty as:

Lowest Rating
Education Quality
Highest Rating
"Individual" treatment
He cares more about Education Quality than the average student.
Date: Dec 31 1969
Major: Other (This Major's Salary over time)
I have attended Liberty University Online (LUO) since summer 2010. I have never visited the campus, and I have had little contact with other students. Also, the program I completed (Human Services - Business) did not require a thesis. Because of these reasons, most of the grades associated with this review are not completed.

Financial Aid - I had no problems with the financial aid department at all.

General Studies - My studies at LUO did not feel like graduate studies at all. At best, the courses reviewed information from my undergraduate program. The professors are very light graders, and I was able to procure many 100% on assignments without effort. The courses required minimal critical thinking, and the work felt juvenile at times. The school appears to have very low expectations for its students.

My Study Focus (Human Services-Business) - My focus at Liberty was in Human Services, with a focus in Business. I looked forward to my courses, as I plan to move into nonprofit management in the future. The classes had little to do with the integration of the two fields. The Business classes were part of the school's MBA program, and the topic of human services or nonprofits was not once discussed. Stocks, bonds, and investments were studied, instead. These issues have no place in human services, and go against the very foundation they are built upon. The Human Service classes were very basic and required no effort.

Evaluation - I would not recommend LUO to anyone who is looking to better themselves through education. If they are simply looking to add letters or a title to their name, LUO is a cheap and easy way to do so. There is no challenge in the coursework and very little to learn.

Ask a Question or add a response!
Compare LibertySave Liberty