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Frequently Asked Questions

I would like to attend LIU Brentwood. How do I apply?

The best way to apply is online. You also can download a printable version of the Undergraduate Admissions Application from the website by clicking on the Apply Now in the upper-right hand-corner of this page and mail it to:

LIU Brentwood
Admissions Office
Michael J. Grant Campus
1001 Crooked Hill Road
Brentwood, NY 11717

For more detailed information, visit the Undergraduate Admissions homepage, and click on the Getting Started: The Application Process link.

What are the admission requirements for the upper-division undergraduate programs (B.S. in Nursing (for RNs only) or B.A. in Criminal Justice) at LIU Brentwood?

The admissions requirements for the undergraduate programs are as follows: outline BA and BS

  • All official transcripts (all colleges or universities attended)

How soon will I be notified of my admission decision?

As soon as the Admissions Office of LIU Brentwood receives all required credentials, your application will be reviewed for acceptance and scholarships. You will be notified right away by an Admissions Counselor of the decision. You may contact the Admissions Office at any time to check on your status of your application at 631-287-8505.

Where should I send the required admission credentials?

Please submit all required admission credentials to the following address:

LIU Brentwood
Admissions Office
Michael J. Grant Campus
1001 Crooked Hill Road
Brentwood, NY 11717

How do I find out more information on your undergraduate transfer programs?

You can request information for LIU Brentwood by completing the "Request More Information" form and the information will be mailed to you.

For further information on academic programs at LIU Brentwood and specific transfer opportunities, please contact the Admissions Office at 631-287-8505.

Also, you are welcome to drop by the office Monday – Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or by appointment.

What are the application deadlines for your undergraduate transfer programs?

LIU Brentwood has rolling admissions for the undergraduate transfer programs in Nursing (for RNs only) and Criminal Justice. Please contact the Admissions Office for more details at 631-287-8505 or e-mail Brentwood-info@liu.edu.

Is LIU Brentwood affiliated with Suffolk County Community College?

LIU Brentwood is proud of its partnership with Suffolk County Community College (SCCC). Our undergraduate transfer programs in Nursing (for RNs only) or Criminal Justice provide for a flexible transfer of credits from all SCCC associate degree programs. Students complete their freshman and sophomore years at SCCC earning an associate degree (A.A., A.S. or A.A.S.) and benefit from a seamless transfer of credits applied toward the undergraduate degree at LIU Brentwood. They then pursue their junior and senior years of the undergraduate degree at LIU Brentwood. SCCC students benefit from a streamlined admissions process, access to transfer and academic advising and a seamless transfer of credits toward their bachelor’s degree. SCCC alumni are automatically eligible for a 40% tuition discount scholarship upon acceptance to LIU. SCCC freshman and sophomores interested in transferring to LIU Brentwood for their junior year are welcome to meet with LIU academic advisers at any time at the beginning of the SCCC studies.

What times are your courses offered?

LIU Brentwood offers flexible course schedules in the late afternoon and evenings, Monday through Thursday, and on weekends. For further information, please contact the Admissions Office at 631-287-8505 or e-mail Brentwood-info@liu.edu.

What organization accredits Long Island University?

The undergraduate programs of LIU are registered with the New York State Education Department and accredited by the Commission of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, 267-284-5000. The Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

When can I register for classes?

You may register for classes upon acceptance to LIU Brentwood. You will be contacted by your academic advisor shortly after acceptance into the program in order to secure your registration.

How can I request an official transcript?

There are several ways to request an official transcript from LIU Brentwood. Visit the Transcript Requests website by clicking here.

Is there housing available for undergraduate students?

On-campus housing is not available at LIU Brentwood.

Where is LIU Brentwood located and how do I get there?

LIU Brentwood has relocated to Suffolk County Community College-Michael J. Grant Campus at 1001 Crooked Hill Road in Brentwood, NY  11717. The campus is located off the Long Island Expressway at exit 52 if traveling from the west; exit 53 if traveling from the east. For the Fall 2013 semester, LIU Brentwood bachelor's and master's programs will be provided temporarily in the Sally Ann Slacke Center and the Health, Sports and Education Center until a new classroom building is constructed and opens in Spring 2014. Applications are being accepted for Fall 2013 to LIU Brentwood. For information call 631-273-5112 or email Brentwood-info@liu.edu.

Directions

Michael J. Grant Campus, Brentwood

From the west, take the Long Island Expressway to Exit 52, Commack Road. Cross over Commack Road, stay to right to Crooked Hill Road. Right on Crooked Hill Road to the campus entrance on the left. Take the Loop Road to the left to the Sally Ann Slacke Center. Take a right after the center to parking field 2B.

Health, Sports and Education Center

From the east or west take the Long Island Expressway to Exit 53. Follow signs to Wicks Road. Go south ½ mile on Wicks Road to campus entrance on right-hand side.

Sally Ann Slacke Center (Corporate Training Center)

From the east, take the Long Island Expressway to Exit 53. Follow signs to Wicks Road. Go south ½ mile on Wicks Road to campus entrance on right-hand side. Take the Loop Road to the right to parking field 2B.

Campus Map