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Reviews 5115 total reviews with an average rating of 3.9

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4 College Freshman

Athletics: The team performance varies by sport, but everyone is usually supportive and shows up to games and such. The athletic facilities are fantastic.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: The housing selections vary a ton. Some are great, some not so much. It all depends. It can be cheaper than on-campus housing, especially if you don't do a meal plan, and the freedom is great.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: I think the off-campus dining is pretty nice. There are plenty of nice little restaurants within walking distance, like Panara and CiCi's. There's also a good mix of chain restaurants and independent ones. Most take flames cash, and some have nice student discounts.

3 College Freshman

Administration: Rules aren't that bad if you're not crazy. I'm pretty straight laced, so the prohibitions on alcohol, drugs, and dress don't bother me too much. Some people find curfew a bother, but it's midnight on weeknights and 12:30 on weekends, and you can sign out until 2 to places like the computer lab, so I don't think it's a big deal. The one thing I hate is mandatory hall meeting at 10 on Wednesday nights (it just changed from Tuesday nights). They're a pain in the butt, unnecessary, and hated by all.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: I received several scholarships, including one for the honors program, an academic achievement scholarships, and a few small ones for doing things like filling out my financial aid forms in time. I also had an outside scholarship, which was handled very well. The financial aid office was very helpful when it came to looking for loans, and they also offer assistance in looking for outside scholarships.

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3 College Freshman

Party Scene: We don't have crazy parties, but I'm okay with that. I'm your stereotypical honors student who would rather have a wild night with the the tabletop gaming or anime club than go to a party. We may not have parties, but we have fun.

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: The Reber Thomas Dining Hall (known fondly by students as the rot) isn't as bad as people say. They have really stepped up their game, especially this semester. Some of the food isn't so great, but some of it is pretty good, and there are a ton of options. My only problem is that there aren't a huge range of choices for healthy food, and if you're vegan, you're gonna have some problems.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I live on main campus on the hill, and it's great. The dorms on the hill are older, but they are closest to the dinning hall and North campus, which is where some classes, a lot of the offices, and the gym are located, to name a few things. It's also right next to the academic halls. The bathrooms are kept pretty clean, but it depends on how messy your hallmates are. On the hill there are a maximum of 70 girls on a hall with two bathrooms, and it never gets crowded, and I only have to wait for a shower when one bathroom is being cleaned. The rooms are three people, and they're small, but I don't think they are too much smaller than a two person dorm. I'm planning on staying in a hill dorm next year.

5 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: There are many places to live around Liberty Universities campus. Most of the prices around campus are fairly priced but the only thing that is bad about living off campus is that getting parking on campus is really difficult. The pros to living off campus is that it is an easier place to do your homework at and you do not have to worry about living with someone else or a bunch of girls.

5 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Around Liberty University we have a really good variety of different places to eat. We are also allowed to use Flames Cash at many of the places around campus which is very helpful. When we use our flames cash we also get a discount which is very good. The different food places are very convenient and most of the costs is reasonable.

5 College Freshman

Administration: Everything at Liberty University is really strict and it should be. The opposite sex is not allowed in your dorms and we are not allowed drinking alcohol. The school dress code is really strict also but I know that my school has these strict rules because they want the best for us. Liberty students' academic or social lives are positively affected by allowing us to focus on God and our school work and not allowing us to get caught up in these worldly things.

5 College Freshman

Scholarships: The financial aid process went very smoothly. The financial aid advisers at Liberty University helped my family and I a lot through finishing my financial aid. Everyone at Liberty University were very courteous and helpful during the process of completing financial aid. The best tip that I can offer with filling financial aid out is to consult your school's financial aid office and they will be able to help you.

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5 College Freshman

Party Scene: At Liberty University we are not allowed to have parties where you drink at, which is a good thing because as Christians we need to set a good example for those around us. At football games we do have block parties and they are really fun! Also, in convocation we have really good times, especially during the coffeehouse. With the parties we have at Liberty, there is a positive impact on the student experience because with not allowing drinking or other bad activities to happen, the students at Liberty are able to fully focus on what God has for them.

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: Most of the food is good at Liberty and there is a lot of options. The Reber Thomas Dining Hall has some good food, but not all of it is good. Also, chick-fil-a express is not a meal swipe, so I have to pay for it with my flames cash whenever I want chick-fil-a to eat. The meal plan for on-campus students is a little outrageous also and should not cost that much. The good places to eat at Liberty would definitely be Sub Connection.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I love my housing at Liberty University. I live on a hall of 50 girls and it is so much fun! I live in south tower, so we have 2 community bathrooms per hall. The bathroom situation is not really that bad because we are very considerate of others and respect each others privacy. The social atmosphere is great as well because our hall each Wednesday has meetings and prayer groups. My dorm price is a very good price but is is the farthest dorm from main campus. The bus runs close to my dorm, but I still have to walk about five minutes to get to the bus stop.

4 College Freshman

Majors: Getting good grades is the only way to get into/stay in the nursing program.

4 College Freshman

Diversity: My roommate is an international student from Brazil and there are many other international students on campus

5 College Freshman

Campus Quality: The campus is beautiful, besides all the construction that's always going on, but it's not a problem.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I've had a great time at this school so far!

5 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Living off-campus is the best. There are plenty of different housing options for the students to check out and some housing options are strictly just for college students which is cool to keep that sense of college community.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: You will seriously never go hungry, there is a restaurant every 1500 feet almost.

3 College Junior

Administration: The school does have a lot of different rules, like a dress code or 12 am curfew, but it really is pretty manageable. The rules are easy to adjust to and it's easy to follow. Once you live off campus about more than half the rules do not apply to you anymore which is nice.

4 College Junior

Scholarships: Liberty gives a lot of good scholarships out, especially if you are registered as a Virginia resident. You're able to get a lot of money off your tuition, making Liberty an affordable option.

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4 College Junior

Party Scene: The parties can be a lot of fun and can get pretty crazy if you go to the right ones. All the parties are off campus so if you are not the type who does not enjoy that kind of scene then you will never be bothered by it. Liberty does a really good job at keep those activities away from campus.

4 College Junior

Campus Food: There are a lot of food options around campus and more opening each semester due to the insane amount of construction going on. You will never go hungry here, that's for sure.

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