I love Liberty and I love Jerry Jr., but I vehemently disagree with his association with the Trump campaign and administration. That's my primary complaint.
I felt that the quality of education was good. I was in the Honors Program, as was my husband. I was a psychology major and he was a computer science major, so I can answer questions about those specific programs if anyone has them.
The director of the Honors Program is very pro-homeschooling. My New Testament professor's children were homeschooled. That being said, this is not a Patrick Henry type experience where almost everybody was homeschooled. Most people went to public school.
If you're a National Merit Finalist, you can get a full ride scholarship. My husband was a National Merit Finalist, so I can get you more details if you're interested in that. Are you still interested in being a doctor? If so, I'm honestly not sure how great the quality of the pre-med program is. I know the nursing program is very strong. While there are STEM majors available, I'd say the bulk of the students gravitate more towards the business/education/liberal arts side of things.
I did the Washington Fellowship internship program as a student and then worked for a year as an assistant to the program. I highly recommend it. Going to DC was perhaps the most influential experience of my undergraduate career.
Campus life: there's always a lot going on. It's a big school compared to most other Christian colleges, which I loved but some might find overwhelming. The rules have changed substantially since I graduated a year and a half ago. I personally didn't think they were that big of a deal, but I came from a pretty conservative household.
Diversity of opinion: ish.
There is a relatively small but very vocal libertarian population (love y'all, even though I don't agree <3). I knew some Democrats, but not a ton. The debate team is more liberal than the rest of the student body. We also have some very vocal Calvinists. You really need to visit to get a good feel for it. It's definitely more of a mainstream Southern Baptist vibe than a fundamentalist Bob Jones vibe.
Edit: I did my internship at the (very liberal) American Psychological Association.