College Sophomore 2013-05-22T07:21:29Z
With the opportunities I have been given at Liberty, I am pleased to say that even as a freshman, I did not dive deep into my degree's core classes; however, I am confident in the Journalism program my school has to offer. I intend on becoming a sports writer and my future seems bright. By the time that I am a senior I would have already completed an internship. I hope that print journalism is still relevant by the time I graduate so I can attain a firm job that a journalism degree can assist me in getting.
College Sophomore 2013-05-22T06:47:06Z
The Communication Studies program is excellent and I would recommend Liberty University to anyone who is interested. As a Journalism major, I have spoken with many professionals and can vouch that this university has great plans for the future. Last year I was a freshman and I have already learned so much and can add so much to my resume or itinerary. I picked up plenty of skill sets and put a lot on my plate. Crafts that I never imagined that I would have learned are ones that I stepped into and grew vast interest like the short-film industry and sports broadcasting. One should be excited about the great things happening at this school because it is incredible. Anyone can swiftly learn some hands on techniques and neat practical operations in the desired land that they want to explore.
College Sophomore 2013-05-22T06:43:07Z
The off-campus dining is absolutely perfect because of the variety of selections that are fewer than 5 minutes away from the school. If a student is craving Japanese food, he or she has that luxury of the Hibachi buffet a few minutes down the road. The food off-campus ranges for Southern-style food like Bojangles and Dickies, to other cultured style cuisines as La Carreta, Vinny's, and Olive Garden.
College Sophomore 2013-05-21T01:13:22Z
they have crazy towing rules and the parking sticker is a little pricey. they didnt give the new freshmen or transfers a chance to learn where's where they just started towing. their post office closes at 5 and thats when the parking restrictions end. from 2am-5pm they'll tow. they're crazy about it.
College Sophomore 2013-05-21T01:06:31Z
there's always something to do and people who want to do it! from snowflex to football games stuff is always going on. midsemester on though a lot of people who live in Virginia go home and it gets kinda deserted
College Sophomore 2013-05-21T01:04:28Z
They have students from all over the world come to this school. all 50 states are represented there and over 20 countries as well.
College Sophomore 2013-05-21T00:59:02Z
they basically just give you money once you apply and get accepted. you get 600 for books for your first semester of your freshmen year. they will help you if you ask and show that you have tired to find scholarships. they're great about that!
College Sophomore 2013-05-21T00:54:30Z
The food at Liberty has lots of variety and has many different options as far as dining. There's the main dining hall which is pretty good except on sunday nights where they seem to run out of food and on cfaw weekends which is when the food is really really good. there's bistro 71, or bristro for short, which is flat breads which are really good. then there's sub connection which is amazing and is way better than subway could ever be! overall the food is good just stay away from the rot on most sunday nights
College Sophomore 2013-05-20T22:36:00Z
I have not engaged in an internship because I am currently only a freshman at Liberty University.
College Sophomore 2013-05-20T22:31:51Z
The athletics department is one of the best and competitive parts of Liberty University. There are a plethora of sports to choose from and not only are the athletes great but the school has the best support system and fans
College Sophomore 2013-05-20T22:28:57Z
No matter what time of the year it is, Liberty University will offer certain scholarships for eligible student, lessening the burden of finding aid for school. I appreciate the efforts they make to provide aid but I personally a believe more could be offered.
College Sophomore 2013-05-20T22:25:37Z
In order to park near your dorm, you have to be a certain age and if you are younger you are expected to park in what is known as "the Pit". Nonetheless there was plenty of parking available and if you parked somewhere where you were not supposed to, you would get towed and charge a large bill.
College Sophomore 2013-05-20T22:22:59Z
Our campus was well prepared for any weather that came and had the potential to affect the school schedule. Students received text messages and emails immediately when classes were cancelled.
College Junior 2013-05-18T16:42:45Z
Although there may be drugs and alcohol, it is hidden and virtually impossible to know who due to the nature of the school.
College Junior 2013-05-18T16:40:19Z
As a graduate student who has never received any financial aid, I thought the online process was fairly easy, especially with the automatic transferring option through the irs. The information was sent directly to my school, and they are now guiding me through the rest of the process.
College Sophomore 2013-05-17T14:34:43Z
Getting into a Health Promotions major is not hard at all, one just needs to declare it. The hard part about it is signing up for classes, some fill up fast and the others are only offered during one semester of the academic year.It is best to plan out your academic career in a couple of years in advance. You also have an academic advisor that can help you plan your classes for the semester.
College Sophomore 2013-05-17T14:33:59Z
The police force is very friendly and helpful! Whenever you feel unsafe they willingly drive you back to your dorm. They seem to actually care for Liberty students and engage in conversation with students.
College Sophomore 2013-05-17T14:27:31Z
I attend Liberty University, I am in the Health Promotions with CHES, and I enjoy most of the classes so far. The professors are passionate about what they are teaching and they have mastered their material. There are a lot of group projects in my program, which helps us get ready for our jobs in the real world.
College Sophomore 2013-05-17T14:20:38Z
I am a Heath Promotions Major, I love learning about heath and how to prevent diseases. I love learning especially if it part of health. There are a lot of job opportunities for my career. for my degree I could work in many places, such as hospitals, cliques, retirement homes, etc.,
College Senior 2013-05-17T01:40:08Z
Liberty is a dry campus, so I've never seen drugs or alcohol on campus. However, if you want to find it, it's easy to off campus or on another nearby college campus.
College Senior 2013-05-17T01:32:15Z
Many Macs are available, in addition to PCs. All are loaded with the necessary Adobe software for success. However, many of the computers are in classroom labs, making them only available during the night and other off-hours.
College Senior 2013-05-17T01:31:07Z
Overall, the faculty makes the program as successful as it is. I love the professors, and, overall, they are passionate about what they teach. Also, they listen to the students, working to adapt the cirriculum. Many of the classes tie in real-world campaigns and projects, making students' work valuable.
College Sophomore 2013-05-17T00:34:31Z
Liberty is plan expensive. They'll give you scholarships then bump up tuition.
College Sophomore 2013-05-17T00:31:24Z
It is a pretty drug safe campus, however, there is a drug scene that not a lot of people know about.
College Junior 2013-05-16T22:45:05Z
Our campus has some strict rules that I don’t like. The first rule is curfew. I dislike curfew because I am an adult, and I feel that I don’t need to be told when to be in my dorm. Also our resident assistants can be strict as well. If for some reason we don’t obey the rules the resident assistants will quickly fine us students.
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