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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2020

I'm currently doing a Double Major w/ Minor here at Liberty. My experience with Liberty is so far good. My only thing is "certain" professors should help the students when they ask for help. But overall I think this is a good school. And I'm glad I've chosen to go to Liberty University.

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Degree: Elementary Education
Graduation Year: 2011

Liberty University is a school that offers it all! All dorm life and academics are founded on Christian morals. The teaching staff genuinely cares about their students and want to see them succeed in the spiritual life as well as their chosen vocation. The campus is full of activities and there is something for everyone. You will never be bored.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2011

I received a quality education and enjoyed my time at Liberty University. The professors were very helpful and insightful. I am happy with my choice.

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Degree: History
Graduation Year: 2003

This college is a wonderful place. The professors are knowledgeable and care about the students growth. The campus is a beautiful and serene place.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Biblical Studies
Graduation Year: 2013

Liberty was such a fun place to go to school. It's easy to make a lot of friends, there's always a lot of fun things going on and activities to do, events to attend, etc. There are however, a lot of rules, including a strict room check and dress code. I didn't like having a curfew as an adult, and not having any freedom/privacy. If I had lived off campus I think I would have liked it better.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Electrical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2016

As I read the long negative reviews on LU, I am lead to assume that the poor experiences people may have had there were results of unproductive habits and poor decision making of the students leaving poor reviews. I am a senior Engineering student and LU has provided an incredible opportunity for me to learn theory and skills in my field, and I had an engineering position lined up a month before graduation. With that said, success is 100% dependent on students' effort and work ethic. LU simply provides the opportunity. Financially, LU provides enough scholarships for me that the total cost was comparable to going to a state school. If you are willing to grow up, work hard, take responsibility for your actions, and take ownership of your career path, then I believe you will have a positive experience at Liberty University.

1 out of 5
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Degree: MBA in Accounting
Graduation Year: 2017

Okay, first off, the school doesn't even offer up-to-date materials for their classes. The lack of leadership in the online community is mind boggling. I just took a Business Law class that I completed in my Bachelor's degree. It was pointless. I passed the class with a B- and get this, I didn't even have the book. Oh and because I have a B-, I am on academic probation which is ridiculous because the grade is still a B. I dropped a class for the Spring term and they sent funding back to my loan servicer which in turn caused a 5,000$ balance on my account. However, I was still enrolled in 6 credits for the term and any other school would have just taken back the money for the one class. They really are all about the money. Also, don't look at this school if you plan on living off campus and having help with living expenses. They put off campus students in what's called tier 2 housing which means less aid to help you. Also, their books are twice as much than most schools and some schools you don't even have to pay for books. I'm going back to UMUC where teachers are actually involved and will respond to your questions within 24-48 hours.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2012

My degree is junk. No one will hire me because no one thinks this is a real university. I have a good GPA and passed all my tests - I can demonstrate what I learned but I CANNOT GET AN INTERVIEW to do it. I should have known something was not rights with this place...all this money and time for nothing. Please go to a real school.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

I recently graduated from Liberty university with a masters degree in Human services. I did learn a lot of great information during my time at the University. The downside however was that you are given a ton of work with very little help from the Instructors. Basically you teach yourself the material. The instructors just grade papers and post a few motivational scriptures or comments each week. The reading assignments are ridiculous for working students. You can expect to have had as many as 4 or 5 books to read, 10-15 or more videos(at least an hour in length), outside reading materials, discussion board post, at least 1-2, ten to fifteen page papers, and weekly or biweekly exams for each class. Its a lot to grasp in a short time frame while working a full time job, and care for your family. Somehow by the grace of God I managed to do it all. I think the school is a good school they just need to reevaluate how much course material they expect students to complete in a few weeks.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2020

I like it so far. Only sucky part I had with this school was the financial aid so much stuff you have to go through just to finish the check in. But other than that I'm in enjoying it I started my first two classes today. Hopefully all my courses be this easy lol! Including the ones that's coming.

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