Recent Alumnus 2013-01-17T18:42:18Z
The rules on campus are strictly enforced but they are not difficult rules to follow.
College Junior 2013-01-17T15:19:17Z
All staff are extremely helpful and informative. The courses are thorough and diverse. And a true sense of accomplishment is found upon the completion of each assignment.
College Junior 2013-01-17T15:17:35Z
So much diversity and options. Could never get board.
College Sophomore 2013-01-16T22:46:44Z
I'm a music major. I'm only a freshman, and haven't taken most of the classes specifically geared toward my major (music theory, aural skills, etc.), I'm taking mostly general ed courses. But I've spoken to professors I will be taking eventually and they are great, I can't wait to get started. Also, I have to take private lessons and be in any ensemble every semester, which is fun!
College Sophomore 2013-01-16T22:41:45Z
I had to call the University many, many times to figure out how to get my financial aid so I could finish "Financial Check-In" and be assigned to a room. So that was kind of a hassle. However, admissions counselors also called me lots of times to inform me of different scholarships and grants and other awards that I can easily get and they informed me a lot about how to get them. I got a TON of financial aid, which made it possible for me to come to Liberty University, but it was worth it. You just have to put the time and effort into looking for scholarships and grants and stay in touch with your financial aid office.
College Sophomore 2013-01-16T22:37:29Z
There are a multiple of dorms you can chose from at Liberty University. There are dorms right in the middle of campus (Main Campus), making it close and easy to get to all of your classes (good pick for freshmen). However, those dorms usually have 3 people per room and it can get pretty crowded. There are dorms further away (South Campus), but you can easily take the bus anywhere on campus and the dorms are bigger with less people per room (usually 2). There is also the Residential Annex, which is technically off-campus, but you can take a bus onto campus. The Residential Annex is a hotel (the school bought it), there are 2 people per room and you get your own bathroom. Finally, there is East Campus which is usually a good pick for upperclassmen. It is apartment-style living, but it's more expensive. I personally love my dorm! I live on South Campus. There is plenty of room - only 2 people - and there is a bus that usually runs every 5-15 minutes and I can get anywhere I need to on campus.
College Senior 2013-01-16T22:32:51Z
There are many places for students to hang out on campus. The Tilley Center is a great place to have lunch (that's where the Chick-Fil-A is!) and hang with friends.
College Senior 2013-01-16T22:27:59Z
Apartment complexes are close to campus and convenient to shopping, if you can get in.
College Senior 2013-01-16T22:23:22Z
I transferred to Liberty, and I certainly don't regret it! The classes are challenging (although this depends largely on your degree, and how much you apply yourself), and the professors are amazing. I've never had a major problem with a professor, and I haven't heard of any 'problem teachers'
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-16T20:30:48Z
I love the major I picked and feel I am learning a lot. I feel very prepaired for my future!
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-16T20:23:24Z
Guys & Girls:
There are so many different people that are very fun and friendly.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-16T20:22:41Z
I feel Liberty has high standards that they stick to and some students may not like it, but most of us do appreciate it.
College Junior 2013-01-16T20:15:02Z
Guys & Girls:
You will find a diverse group of both guys and girls at Liberty University from all over the world as it is a large school. The school does have a dress code which requires modest clothing on campus but many students have led a sheltered life and can't wait to get off campus and remove their clothes. In other words, many students here are very promiscuous!
College Junior 2013-01-16T20:12:14Z
There are many off campus housing options available in the Lynchburg area. Many of these options are apartment complexes although there are also numerous private homes rented out by their owners. Parking is never an issue in the area and my experience with landlords has been completely positive.
College Junior 2013-01-16T20:04:16Z
It rarely snows in Lynchburg. The weather is rather mild so classes are not cancelled very often.
College Senior 2013-01-16T19:21:45Z
I am extremely happy with my program. As a nursing major, I will pretty much always have a job, especially since I am getting a BSN. There are plenty of opportunities to move up in my field. I can go on and get a Masters or Doctorate degree, or I can work to receive other certifications and specializations. Any nursing program is difficult. It takes a lot of time, effort, and lack of sleep, but I would definitely do it again!
College Senior 2013-01-16T19:17:23Z
I personally do not have an internship, but as nursing students we do hundreds of clinical hours in the hospital. This is unpaid work obviously, but if you work hard and leave a good impression on the hospital staff, many times it will lead to a job offer once you graduate.
College Senior 2013-01-16T19:14:12Z
I'm a junior in the nursing program at Liberty University. All the professors know their information and are highly qualified. They also take the time to get to know you and really care about all their students. While in the program you spend tons of time in the clinical setting, which helps you learn more skills and become more knowledgeable and comfortable around patients. The program is very competitive to get into, but once you are in, they do everything to help you succeed. Last year the NCLEX pass rate for graduates was 98%.
College Junior 2013-01-16T17:32:40Z
Very tough and in depth, I suggest taking 4 classes a semester at minimum but no more than 5 , the work load is moderate to heavy, the professors are great and take time to answer my questions, the crriculum is up to date and the facilities are new or nearly new.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-16T15:17:27Z
Liberty University is a Christian University, so there isn't a lot of religious diversity on campus. However, they pride themselves on being open to each and everyone, so I couldn't give them a lower than B grade
College Senior 2013-01-16T01:21:05Z
The university has grown tremendously and continues to grow. There isn't enough parking spaces for all the drivers.
College Junior 2013-01-15T22:51:53Z
Health & Safety:
First of all we have a mighty protection over our campus because of the hand of GOD. Secondly, we have LUPD on campus driving around hourly.
College Junior 2013-01-15T22:49:25Z
The Computers on campus are fantastic. So many computers are everywhere and anywhere we need. The WiFi has good access rates.
College Junior 2013-01-15T22:45:05Z
The academics offered at Liberty are wonderful and the range from every field. Most of the professors are awesome in their knowledge of their subject.
College Senior 2013-01-15T18:11:18Z
There are a lot of rules and I have heard that people get kicked out if they do not follow the rules, or that they have fines to pay.
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