I LOVE Liberty University. Yes, it's a Christian school. Yes, they are quite efficient in the way they collect the money one agrees to pay for their product. No, they aren't perfect.
This will be my fourth college degree, my first online. I believe I have enough experience to tell a decent school from a bad one. I am very satisfied with Liberty.
I don't think the quality of the faculty can be questioned. Sure, some are better than others, just like anywhere else. Still, I have had professors who earned their doctorates from places like Oxford University, or were accomplished professionals, such as a former assistant state Attorney General.
I have experienced spiritual growth while at Liberty. Their business acumen is solid, for sure, but so is their spiritual support network.
The one major weakness I see at Liberty is with the "academic advisers" one reaches when calling the school. This really could use improvement, because it is totally hit or miss whether you will get correct information. My recommendation is, when told you cannot take certain courses or receive certain discounts or whatever, simply nod to yourself, say thank you, then hang up and wait a few minutes. Call back. Chances are you will get an adviser that will help you with whatever you're trying to do.
You have to do your part. Classmates and professors are not in the same room with you. However, in this day and age, the very technology that makes online learning even possible also offers instant access to any help any online student could ever need.
Liberty University is a quality institution offering a quality product at minimal cost. They are an excellent value and I recommend them to anyone.