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I have read many negative reviews and I must say that I am convinced that if you are negative that is the only perception you can really see. I can not say more positive things about this school and I would like to address some of the negative comments left by others by saying...This school is not a cake walk and the degrees are definitely challenging, I have had not so friendly professors and super friendly ones, It has on average the same kind of tuition rate as any other online school, there have been multiple times that I have needed extensions and they were granted, and last but certainly not least this is a Christian College as it was started just as our country was on the foundations and principles of God, which is Jesus Christ and it seems to me as a Christian the first thing that anyone wants to throw at you or even a school when they are in any way displeased is the "THEY CALL THEMSELVES CHRISTIANS". If anyone writing a review that wants to throw that out there, I would have a really hard time believing that they are a Christian themselves. Please note that being a Christian doesn't mean that your perfect. In fact, we know how flawed we are that we need a savior that let the world beat Him to death and that was still not good enough. Any institution that one might choose could have potential issues, but I must say that Liberty University has been nothing but a wonderful experience where I have grown in intellect and in my walk with my Father Jesus Christ. I am dual enrolled this semester transitioning into my masters in counseling and if I am more than pleased that I am at Liberty University.
I am transferring out of Liberty University Online next month. I started in the summer of 2016 with high hopes of this college being worth the investment. First of all, this is a Christian University, which I understood coming into this program as someone who is not a devout Christian. I was honest with admissions by telling them that I was not very religious, although I have Christian values, and I asked if there was a substantial amount of religion incorporated into the curriculum. I was told that religion would be incorporated, but not to the extent that it would take away from the education aspect of the M.Ed program. The first two classes I took contained a moderate amount of religion. However, the third class I signed up for and subsequently dropped forced students to incorporate Christianity and the bible into every single assignment. It was taking away from the education and counseling aspect of a school counseling degree. This class required a discussion in which you were to answer "How will you incorporate Christianity into your classroom lessons?". It is both unethical and illegal to express your religious values in public schools. Not to mention, some of the assignments were unethical themselves. A class I withdrew from included an assignment that required students to locate a mentally handicapped individual and interview them. I was uncomfortable will discriminating and profiling mentally disabled individuals in such a way. One professor I had generated robotic feedback to each student's discussion. He would write the same responses and not provide any thoughtful or unique feedback. He would also give 100's on everything. This class was not challenging at all for a Graduate level class. The work was easy and barely required a brain. You're also assigned an "advisor" on your first day. There is a phone number provided with the adviser's information but, of course, the number goes straight to LUO's advising center. It's not a direct, personal number for your advisor...just a very odd system. For the M.Ed. in school counseling you're also required to attend 4 intensives on campus. Which are 5 days each and hotel costs around the area are not cheap. The admissions team told me initially that I could attend the "off-campus" intensives if the designated location was closer to where I lived. This was something that I appreciated and planned on doing. What they didn't tell me was that it costs an extra $1,000.00 to attend off campus intensives and sometimes the classes you need to take are not even offered at some locations. Thanks for being upfront Liberty. This school is not worth anyone's time or money. Find a school that is not going to force you to include religon into each assignment, that has quality professors, and that treats you like an individual. For those of you considering LUO, I am writing this for you. I wish I had known all of these things ahead of time so I wouldn't have wasted my time and money. Unfortunately, I can't get either of those back.
I received my Bachelor's from Liberty University in Criminal Justice in 2015. It was by far the best school that I have been too. I have went to other 3 four year universities and by far Liberty University was the most enjoyable to deal with as well as it prepared me for my current degree. It prepared me for my master's degree that I am currently working on in a field that I don't have any experience in.
Terrible university....sends relentless spam to people over and over again...low ethics. Do not go here....they have poor ethics and have caused me pain How would you like to receive spam over and over and over again....they one of the worst businesses I have come across is my life.
My experience with LUO was phenomenal! The knowledge I gained from this school enabled me to perform at my internship with confidence. I was offered a position before I graduated. They were willing to wait for me to pass the national exam and apply for my associate-level license.
School is a joke. Classes are too easy and the professors are all interchangeable automatons. At the end of the day, it's my fault for not doing enough research before enrolling in this fake college. So in that sense, I suppose I got what I deserve. Please stay away from this place.
Liberty University is a big scam! Please do not make the same mistake I did. Do not enrol in this school! They will force you to enroll for 7 credits instead of the required 6 credits. They will have you buy books promising that they will buy it back after the semester and you will be surprised that the 85$ book called "Breaking Ground" for freshman is not available for buyback after all because of the stupid CODE. Financial Aid will hold your stipend for more than 21 days they are posting in their website. They will transfer your call back & forth from Financial Aid Ofc and Student Services when you inquire about your funds. They will give inconsistent information daily regarding the cause of delay of your own money! They are claiming that they are a Christian University but they are not practicing what they are teaching. Hypocritical School!!!
Liberty University is the most rewarding college I have attended. They keep you motivated by encouragement and prayer. The course work is challenging yet intriguing. The instructors are eager to put forth extra effort to each student who asks for it. Every week begins with a motivational message and has your coursework lined up for you. The resources are easy to use and thoroughly put together. The staff at the help desk are polite. The academic advisors contact you every term to see how you are doing and help you choose your courses and help with financial aid. Liberty University has it altogether.
Liberty University Online has made it possible for me to get my bachelor's degree. I am a single mother of two small children and work full time. This school is phenomenal with how they structure classes. I highly recommend this university to anyone that is looking to further their education.
I am about to begin my Masters program in August. After looking at many schools this was the best decision I ever made. The instructions on the courses were direct and there policy off emailing the instructor made easy any questions one may have. I clearly focused on counseling and theology and gave gained a new perspective that will carry on to my grad school work.