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Long Island University (LIU Post)

United States
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About Long Island University (LIU Post)

Long Island University (LIU) was founded in 1926 in Brooklyn, N.Y., under the guiding principle of educating and empowering men and women from all walks of life. LIU has grown into one of the nation’s largest private Universities, and remains committed to the educational needs and interests of its diverse student body.

LIU Post offers more than 250 undergraduate and graduate degrees, doctoral programs, advanced certificates, and continuing education programs.

Campus information

Long Island University (LIU Post) campus covers 307 acres and comprises 47 buildings, 10 residence halls, and three historic mansions. Just 25 miles east of New York City, LIU Post is a scenic, historic, and scholarly campus that offers a small-school environment, but with the access and resources of a major metropolitan university.

Ranked a “Best Regional University,” by U.S. News and World Report, LIU Post offers more than 200 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and certificate programs. LIU Post is a leader in cultivating entrepreneurial spirit in our students through innovative collaborations, including Thoughbox@LIU tech and small-business incubator and student-run businesses.

On-campus radio and television stations serve as real-world learning labs for media and journalism students, and LIU Post is proud to be the only university on Long Island equipped with a full service Equestrian Center, with barns, indoor and outdoor riding rings, and horse trails. Our campus is also home to Long Island’s premier concert and performance venue Tilles Center for the Performing Arts.

Students and student-athletes enjoy the amenities of the Pratt Recreation Center, including an eight-lane swimming pool, yoga studios, three basketball courts, indoor track, racquetball courts, weight room, and more. Beginning in fall 2014, students, alumni, family, and friends gather at the new Bethpage Stadium to cheer on the Pioneers’ top ranked Division II athletics programs.

Long Island University (LIU Post) uniquely resides on the 307-acre estate formerly known as Hillwood.


Eight campus residence halls of over 1,200 students are tailored to individual needs, from quiet study to semi-private suites.

Courses available 10

Accounting & Finance 2 Applied, Pure Sciences 2 Business, Management 5 Creative Arts & Design 1 Law 1


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