Describe the type of student who should not attend Liberty University and explain why.

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Anonymous, Former student

You should not attend Liberty University if you...

  1. Don't want constant judgedment by peers and staff while in college
  2. Want to broaden your social and acedemic horizons
  3. Don't want to adhere to a list of arbitrary rules and regulations
  4. Don't want to get fined and expelled for doing things that kids do on virtually every college campus in America
  5. Don't want to be brainwashed into one closed minded worldview
Anonymous,

Any student who is interested in partying every weekend should not come to Liberty. This university upholds a strict set of moral expectations, called the Liberty Way. While attending, students must abstain from alcohol, drugs, and sex outside of marriage, and are expected to exercise modesty. Other biblical moral standards are also outlined in the Liberty Way. Violation of the Liberty Way can result in consequences from a visit to student conduct all the way through expulsion, depending on the offense. At Liberty, unlike on other campuses, drinking and partying is not something that will put a student in the "cool" crowd.

Anonymous,

A student who should not attend Liberty University are those who are not really going to college for the right reasons. For example, if a student is just going to college to party and have fun, then Liberty University is not really the place for them. Liberty University is a place where students can receive a higher education while developing a stronger relationship with Christ.

Anonymous,

Some students may find the rules too restrictive and the Christian atmosphere too overwhelming. There is a curfew, dress code, etc. Also, students are required to attend convocation three times a week in addition to taking several Bible classes. So, students who view college as a time to break free and do whatever they want should probably not attend Liberty University.

Anonymous,

She wants to get ahead quick and easy and is not prepared to do just as much work as a residential student so she chooses to enroll in Liberty University's online degree program. She soon finds out that it is not so easy after all.

Anonymous,

Presumably non-Christians, or self-described "Christians" of a liberal persuasion, would not find Liberty University's curriculum to their liking. However, far be it from me to discourage anyone with legitimate interest in the Bible from attending.

Anonymous,

Liberty University is not a place for students who are closed-minded and want to push the rules consistently. Liberty University is a place for people to expand their horizons academically and spiritually. They do not shove any kind of beliefs down your throat, but do challenge you to establish what you do believe, and developing sound reasons for your arguments. Liberty University also has a few rules that some find it hard to follow at times like curfew or dress code. If a student is not willing to adapt to these modifications and rules, they will just get in trouble constantly, which is not the experience or outcome you should strive for when going to college. All in all, if a student is closed-minded and rebellious, I would not suggest Liberty University for them.

Anonymous,

If you do not like big schools or private universities I would not recommend it. Even with about 15,000 people though, it does not feel that big. Also, if you are against having rules, I would not recommend it.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2018

Every one is welcome at Liberty, but there is a rule system with very strict guidelines. For example, there is no drinking, a curfew every night, individuals are not allowed to french kiss, mandatory student body meetings, room checks, etc. Another type of student that probably would not enjoy it is a secular student who does not like to challenge their beliefs.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2019

Liberty University is not meant for those who wish to put in minimal effort, or simply get their degree for the sake of having one.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2018

It would be best for those that do not believe in God or Jesus, and those that are not comfortable with conservative values to not go to Liberty University.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2018

Liberty University is not for those who cannot stand Christians. The campus is immersed in the Christian life style and biblical values.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2020

I don't believe that there isn't a student who should not go to liberty university. I believe that is a student who doesn't know where to go or doesn't know what they want to do in life will get answers at liberty.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2020

They type of student who should not attached Library University, is the type that has no future. The one who doesn't aim for there goals but let's the slip away. Lazy students who attend just to pass the time. Doesn't have any real reason. To attend but to make friends and go to party's. These are the students who do not need to attend Library University.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2020

The type of student that should not attend Liberty University would be those who don't have a strong Christian background or those who look into getting into a bigger University such as the names of Alabama, Ohio, or North Carolina.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2016

The type of person who would prefer a small school should not attend Liberty University. The type of person who objects to Christianity, the Bible and Christian values should not attend Liberty either.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2020

A student who is averse to hearing about Christianity should not attend Liberty University. All of Liberty's courses are taught from a Christian world-view. Also required courses include: Theology, Apologetics, and Biblical Studies, all taught form a Christian perspective.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2019

Any person who is not committed to helping anyone who seeks out their help.. Any person not interested in helping their Church community to make a difference in the living conditions of any one they become involved with ... Any person not willing to help in other countries.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2017

I don't know if there is a type of student who should not attend Liberty...I think everyone is welcome.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2019

The type of student that should not attend Liberty University would be a non-believer in Christ. Those specific people would find attending Liberty University difficult because the classroom atmosphere is primarily a Christian setting...prayer before class begins, etc. The type of student that should attend this university should want to further their relationship with God. Therefore, it would be difficult to be forced to attend Christian classes and convocation. Non-believers have to accept Christ, not be forced to accept Him.

Anonymous, Student, Liberty University, Class of 2017

If a student is strongly opposed to the values upheld or the code of conduct enforced at Liberty University, this individual might become uncomfortable. The rules are firmly upheld to maintain a godly atmosphere on campus.

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