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Liberty University

How this student rated the school
Educational QualityD Faculty AccessibilityF
Useful SchoolworkF Excess CompetitionD
Academic SuccessD Creativity/ InnovationD
Individual ValueC University Resource UseC
Campus Aesthetics/ BeautyC FriendlinessD
Campus MaintenanceF Social LifeC
Surrounding CityC- Extra CurricularsC
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Not so bright
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She cares more about Faculty Accessibility than the average student.
Date: Aug 17 2011
Major: Business - Management and Administration (This Major's Salary over time)
I would not recommend this school to anyone looking for a useful degree in anything other than CHRISTIANITY. This is bull. I've taken 2 courses so far and am finding that religion is thrown into EVERYTHING and most assignments require biblical references, which adds hours of time into completing an assignment that would otherwise take no more than a couple of hours to complete. If you don't know the bible and attend this University, be prepared to spend MORE TIME RESEARCHING THE BIBLE than it takes to do your stupid assignments, which by the way, are stupid also. I've learned nothign so far unrelated to the bible. Aso far, I'm 5k in the hole and have acquired little to no knowledge to apply to anything in life. Now, my next class is Accounting. if this crap is thrown into this course, I am done. They want to teach you everything with a CHRISTIAN foundation..well, the real world does not have a CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION. No business I've worked for has a CHRISTIAN FOUNDATIOn where any of this is necessary. I can see the philosophy courses and religious courses having this instruction, but nothing else. I am really worried about ending up with a 40K+ debt with NOTHING to show for it but a bunch of religious viewpoints. People who earn a BUSINESS DEGREE want BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE, and so on..the point of a degree is to prepare you for the real world. In addition, The instructors work at home for the most part and are lackadasial - they don't respond or respond at their cinvenience, which is usually late or days after your email, and you get NO RESPONSE AT ALL from Financial Aid - once they get your money which is terrible and insulting to think that they think Iwillr emain on board being ignored to the tune of teh cost of this degree. I am looking to go elsewhere.
 
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responseHello,

Uhh, this is a Christian school. Didn't you know that when you enrolled? Liberty has an incredibly easy learning format. If you have an attitude that you want to learn, you will. If you don't like the idea that Christian belief is incorporated in the education that you are receiving, you're simply in the wrong school. Get out now before you waist any more of your time and money, because that is not going to change for you.

commentI would think that having a Christian foundation in ALL of your classes would be a good thing. You should be wanting to know Christ more, and getting a second degree in Christianity is a good thing that you CAN apply to your FOUNDATION to the rest of the word. In fact without it, you'll fall apart spiritually. If you weren't looking for Christ at college, why would you go to a Christian university?
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