Campus Housing

Lynchburg, VA
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Very Hard
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4 College Senior

Campus Housing: Liberty does an excellent job of providing its students with the best of the best

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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: With dorms, you'd better know exactly where you want to live for the next two semesters or it's gonna suck to be you. You can get lucky like I did and find a room very close to the academic buildings, or you can draw the short straw and have to take the bus to class. Proximity to the academic buildings and dining hall (in descending order): The Hill, the Commons, The Circle, the Quads, South Tower (girls only), East Campus, Annex I and II. Some places on East Campus would only be a 10-minute walk, but others would be closer to 30 minutes--but the bus helps. The Annex is by far the worst place to live as far as proximity is concerned: Annex I and II are hotels about 15 minutes from campus that the University bought years ago. Sleep through your alarm and you could miss half of your classes. In contrast, last year I was in a now-decommissioned Circle dorm about as far away as the Commons, and I could make it to class on time if I hit snooze too many times and only became coherent 5 minutes before class started. Another warning about the Annex: one day we were hit with a snowstorm, and all of the bus lines had to shut down. We ended up canceling classes for two days straight, and a friend of a friend who lived at the Annex was stuck on Main Campus the whole time because she hadn't been able to catch the last bus.

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5 Recent Alumnus

Campus Housing: I don't live on campus

2 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: In my case, getting a dorm on campus sucks because of my financial aid. Lately, I have been struggling to do the Financial Check-In on time before the deadline because of inconvenience with my parents' IRS Tax Return Transcript, and additional documents that is needed in order to get my financial aid package. I was recently told that if I don't do my financial aid by July 1st, my housing option will be dropped, and my classes as well, and I might have to go back to living at the same dorm place that I was in my freshman year, which I hated.

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Rankings View more rankings . . .

  • 9th
    Cleanest Dorms
  • 17th
    Best Dorm Atmosphere
  • 30th
    Most Spacious Dorms
  • 1064th
    Shortest Walk to Class

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Rate campus housing on the following subjects    Based on 288 responses

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