On Campus Resources
Academic Reinforcement Center (ARC)
The Academic Reinforcement Center is a learning center that offers quality one-on-one and small-group tutoring across the disciplines to undergraduates of the Brooklyn Campus. They provide assistance in mathematics, business and the humanities, as well as the social, physical and health science.
Location: LLC, 4th floor
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM & Saturday by appointments.
The Writing Center provides one-on-one tutoring both by regularly scheduled weekly appointments and via unscheduled walk-in hours. Go to the Writing Center's front desk to sign up for ongoing tutoring or to check for the availability of a walk-in tutor.
Location: Humanities Building 218
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 9:00AM
Center for Student Information
The Center for Student Information provides support and information regarding your My LIU Student Portal, Google Apps for Education (including Google powered MyLIU email), Blackboard learning management system, and various on campus entertainment centers (The Game Room), and more! Browse through the pdf- and video-tutorials, or click on the Support tab to be connected directly.
Location: LLC Building 301
Hours of Operation: Monday – Wednesday 9:00AM – 6:00PM, Thursday & Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
The Testing Center offers placement exams for entry into the university, and exemption exams from courses (Math and English). Students with IEP's may be eligible to receive testing accommodations for the placement exams through the Office of Student Support Services.
Location: LLC, 4th floor
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Blackboard is a Web-based course-management system designed to allow students and faculty to participate in classes delivered online or use online materials and activities to complement face-to-face teaching. Blackboard enables instructors to provide students with course materials, discussion boards, virtual chat, online quizzes, an academic resource center, and more. The degree to which Blackboard is used in a course varies. For example, instructors may supplement an on-campus class by putting their syllabus and handouts on their course sites. In contrast, other courses may be conducted entirely through Blackboard, without any on-campus sessions. If you're enrolled in a course that uses Blackboard, be sure to find out how Blackboard will be used in that course.
Long Island University's My LIU portal provides students with convenient access to information about their records including financial aid, billing, grades, class schedule, e-mail account and more.