Location
Lynchburg, VA
Undergrads
45,653
Tuition
$19,486
Admission Difficulty
Very Hard
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Reviews 4230 total reviews with an average rating of 3.9

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5 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Liberty University does a fabulous job at making the students feel safe. We have police officers and a doctors office on campus. So whether your emergency be legal or health wise, you are covered easily.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The housing at Liberty is amazing! There is so much to choose from. I would definitely say that depending on your year should be how you choose where you live. Freshman and Sophomores, if you are looking to be in a very social and vibrant environment I would definitely say live on The Hill. It is very central and easily can reach anywhere you need to go within minutes. Now if you are wanting a more private rooming option I would say move onto East Campus. It is more like apartment style living. It just all depends on what you are looking for.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Dining: Liberty gives so many dining options. If you are in the mood for pizza, they have pizza. If you want a smoothie, you can have a smoothie. We have larger dining halls like The Rot for when you want to go out with a group of friends, or if you want to grab a bite really quick and head back to your room you can stop by The Hangar. The only reason I didn't give Liberty a higher grade is because a lot of the dining options close really early. If you want a late snack you most likely should go off campus.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I feel like Liberty University gives a variety of options for students to live off campus. Not only a re the options close to campus, they aren't highly priced and they are very high in quality. Lynchberg is also a very safe location so moving off campus is a safe and very good option if you don't want to live on campus.

College Junior

Nightlife: I attend online and do not know of the night life.

4 College Junior

Academics: I am in the Humanities and Art Program. My major is Psychology. The curriculum is good. Not only am I learning how to become a great counselor, but I am also learning how to use my Biblical view alone with the science of my study.

4 College Junior

Academics: The registration process for student online is simple. But if you have trouble with anything, there is always help by calling the toll free number provided to assist you with the process. The counselor online are great. They don 't rush you, and they always tell you that it is their plesure to help you.

2 College Junior

Parking: the parking on campus is mainly a first come, first serve basis. your sticker basically doesnt even matter, well it matters in regards to where to park but if you want a front parking space you need to be here like an hour before your class.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: I am grateful for the scholorships they have but I wish that Liberty University had more options for scholorships.

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3 College Sophomore

Majors: I am happy with it. However, they changed my major so I am dissappointed about that.

3 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Liberty's campus is very safe. They do their best to make sure all of their students are in a safe environment. The best thing to do to stay away from danger is obey curfew and listen to the rules.

2 College Freshman

Nightlife: The nightlife can vary depending on the crowd that you hang out with. Some people attend parties and others stay in and hang out with friends. If there is a party then it would be off campus.

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4 College Junior

Majors: I love the freedom and the amount of classes offered for my particular area of study. They offer many different areas withing my major that I can specify in. The psychology building has many awesome places for group study, its own library and many of the teachers are willing to meet with you one on one if you need extra help.

4 College Junior

Facilities: The buildings are older, but they add character. They are always clean, easily to find and move around in. They have signs posted to direct you. In the center of the college is the new library, most of the dinning and hang out facilities. The dorms are all located relatively close to each other, to promote interactions. They also have a few places with in the dorms to get food, and necessaties if the main stores on base are closed.

4 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: The students are very outgoing, I found it easy to make firends. The area around the Campus is very nice, a lot of nice folks and there are a ton of places to hang out on and off campus, in order to make friends. I suggest living in the dorms your first year, in order to get a close knit group of friends. If you take the back enterence off campus, you will find just about every restruarnt and shopping center you could need, to include some awesome clubs and hang out places for food and drink.

4 College Junior

Scholarships: I was using Tution Assistance, but since the funding for it has been canceled and I live outside of the United States, Liberty University's Financial Aid office has been very helpful pointing me in the right directions to get financial add for classes.

5 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: There are plenty of places to eat off campus on Wards Road. We also get flames cash that is taken in numerous places off campus that does not cost us.

5 College Freshman

Nightlife: There is no nightlife at Liberty University. There is no parties or drinking. We are here to get an education and obey the Liberty Way.

4 College Sophomore

Academics: I enjoy my major at Liberty University. I am an Electrical Engineering with Specialization in Intelligence major, and all of my professors are knowledgeable about the field from personal experience. They give you guidance on future career possibilities and are friendly to talk to. They challenge you in your studies, but are reasonable and do not overload your workload. There have been numerous career fairs held on-campus where local/national/international employers gather to discuss internship opportunities and career possibilities with you. There are also many clubs that you can get involved in that pertain to your field of interest.

4 College Sophomore

Scholarships: The school is a private school, so it doen't get any money from the state. To my understanding, there are many multi-million dollar donations that people make that go towards the residential financial aid. If your SAT grade is good enough, definitely attempt the honor's program because it starts at $7,000 a year. You do not need to pay out-of-state residency if you are not from Virginia, since it is a private school.

4 College Sophomore

Computers: There are numerous computer labs that are stationed to where all students can have easy access to them. Several Mac labs, primarily PC. Printing is easy. You can print wireless from your dorm room or in the computer lab. Internet is reliable for the most part and is decently fast.

5 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: There is little to no use of drugs or alcohol. The students know that their amount of "fun" is not dependent upon the usage of these drugs. The University also has strict rules regarding the usage/possession of drugs and alcohol. If someone from this university has used drugs/alcohol, it has been in secret off-campus locations where there is no one to report them. There is a very rare chance that you hear of someone drinking or doing drugs actively at this University. There is no peer pressure.

5 College Junior

Facilities: While I am an online student I don't know much about the physical facilities but the academic programs are fantastic! I am so glad that I found a school where not only am I able to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to become a counselor but also a place where I am able to expand my knowledge of God and biblical worldview.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: There really is no bad place to live on campus as far as accommodations. The only problem some might have with certain options is proximity to campus, but there are ample transit options. Dorms are nice and spacious.

4 College Junior

Health & Safety: The campus is very safe. They're are hardly any violent crimes. Our police force is always on patrol and are very competent. Not to sound cliche, but our campus is like a big community or family.

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