College Sophomore 2013-10-25T14:43:48Z
I don't live in Lynchburg
College Senior 2013-10-25T05:01:49Z
Again- I am an online student- I never visit the campus- plus I am an OLD WOMAN- I dont do the party scene anymore
College Senior 2013-10-25T04:59:56Z
Guys & Girls:
Liberty is a Christian faith based University- its very religious
College Senior 2013-10-25T04:59:13Z
I am an online student :)- I have never been to the campus
College Sophomore 2013-10-22T12:41:28Z
Each area of study has professors who have worked in that industry. They offer many opportunities to network with professionals in the industry, and bring in speakers covering every aspect of study.
College Sophomore 2013-10-22T12:39:40Z
Guys & Girls:
We have a great mix of students and I love hanging out with them!
College Sophomore 2013-10-22T12:38:11Z
Lots available, but a car is needed for all options
College Sophomore 2013-10-22T01:12:53Z
Guys & Girls:
Very hard working and earger to learn
College Sophomore 2013-10-22T01:09:25Z
I have not notice drugs on campus
College Senior 2013-10-21T20:02:20Z
I take classes online at Liberty.
College Senior 2013-10-21T20:01:12Z
The online facility is encouraging. I do feel with the Accounting program their needs to be more real life scenarios, and practice.
College Senior 2013-10-21T19:59:49Z
I take classes online from Liberty University.
College Senior 2013-10-21T19:58:54Z
I take Online Classes at Liberty University. I do find that Liberty offers on-campus students plenty of things to do, i.e. movies, snow flex, Winterfest, etc.
College Sophomore 2013-10-19T17:50:40Z
The atmosphere at Liberty can range from really upbeat to really peaceful depending on where you are on campus. Everyone is generally very friendly, and everybody is always involved in something. Our student section during home games is one of the loudest and craziest in the country, and we have dozens of concerts on campus during the year. Also, Liberty has tons of awesome speakers that come every week during convocation.
College Sophomore 2013-10-19T17:45:56Z
There are tons of majors and minors to choose from at Liberty! The teachers all really care about how you are doing, and they make it a point to offer as much help on your work as they can. Also, all of the classes are extremely informative, and most of them are pretty enjoying. Class size ranges from 10 to hundreds of students depending on what course you're in, but teachers really try to get the students engaged in the learning process.
College Sophomore 2013-10-19T17:42:06Z
There are plenty of options for off-campus housing in Lynchburg. The prices vary depending on what type of place you want, but overall it is very reasonable.
College Sophomore 2013-10-18T16:12:58Z
Guys & Girls:
It's not hard to find someone with similar interests as you here at Liberty. Boys and girls dress respectful and appropriate, but you can still distinguish between the preps and the skater boys. Everyone is typically really friendly and has interesting social lives, whether they're really into sports or are into jamming out on the steps with their guitars.
College Sophomore 2013-10-18T16:10:10Z
Public transportation is pretty good at Liberty. There is always a bus route along the major parts of campus so that people without personal transportation have a way to get around campus without walking all the time. Sometimes it gets a bit backed up and at night, only one bus is going for main campus, but it's pretty good besides that.
College Sophomore 2013-10-18T16:05:14Z
I haven't had an internship yet, but I definitely plan on having one. An internship is a great stepping stone when looking for a job, which is why Liberty stresses that we look into getting one or two so we can get a feel for our desired field of study.
College Sophomore 2013-10-18T16:02:12Z
Our fan support is rivaled by no one! The fans at Liberty show up early, stay late, and never stop cheering for our Flames. Be early, be loud, wear red!
College Senior 2013-10-16T23:05:02Z
I'd say the campus isn't strict enough on some issues.
College Senior 2013-10-16T23:02:46Z
There are many off-campus housing options and many of the landlords prefer Liberty University students. If you go with a private landlord, it rather easy to find housing between $250-$300 per month
College Senior 2013-10-16T22:59:42Z
Liberty University places a bigger emphasis on sports than I would say is needed. It tends to the neglect of education
College Sophomore 2013-10-13T03:00:06Z
I live on the Annex which is Student housing about a mile or so off campus. This has a few pros and cons to it as do all things. Being on the Annex means that we have a 20-30 minute commute to campus by bus which for those who often run late, such as myself, this can be a bit of an inconvenience. However, the sense of community that develops from simply sharing this bus ride with fellow students is really a bonus to life here, it's also much quieter without the noise of frequent events or large amounts of people, which is a more conducive environment to studious habits. The Annex used to be a motel and the rooms retained the typical motel layout and the buildings kept their structure, so occasionally power outages or wi-fi connectivity issues are a problem due to the age and increased usage on the buildings' power supply and network. However, we have our own cafeteria, which offers a mini buffet of higher quality food than what might be found in the main cafeteria on campus. Additionally the Annex cafeteria offers take-out boxes so that a person can fill up there to-go box and take it back to their room or bring it with them to class, an option not available from the main cafeteria. On top of this awesome benefit, when the weather is nicer we can enjoy the pleasures of our own pool and volleyball court in a decent sized courtyard in the midst of the buildings. Since the rooms are very similar to a motel room, they have the typical large glass windows on one entire wall. Some may see this as bothersome; however, it gives the option for more natural light to come into the room than a normal dorm room, which is of course better for ones health.
College Sophomore 2013-10-13T02:43:59Z
Compared to my hometown in upstate New York the weather here is awesome! It doesn't rain too often, so we are able to enjoy our many outdoor activities, since beautiful sunny days seem to be more common here as opposed to overcast skies like my hometown. Even in the winter it is warmer here than my hometown and the snow is pretty awesome because we could have 6" of snow and a few days later all the snow would be gone! I think the weather here deserves an A!
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