Resources & Facilities
The College of Management provides a number of resources to support its programs in accountancy, business, taxation, health care administration and public administration. Our facilities bring together dynamic faculty, academic and career advisors, and committed students in a dynamic learning environment. LIU Post offers state-of-the-art laboratories, smart classrooms, faculty offices, student lounges, sound-proof study rooms and spacious conference rooms. Classrooms incorporate state-of-the-art technology, including wireless Internet access, audio/visual equipment, and projectors to broadcast student and faculty presentations.
Below is a summary of various facilities within the College of Management.
This academic building is the headquarters for the College of Management: the dean’s office, a large conference room, smart classrooms and faculty offices for the business faculty. Located on the third floor is the Bivona Graduate Center. This houses the graduate advisors to the M.B.A. and Accountancy and Taxation programs. Michael Bivona, who graduated from LIU Post in 1960 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, funded the LIU Post Bivona Graduate Center.
Home to the School of Professional Accountancy, Lorber Hall is equipped with smart classrooms, a computer lab, wireless Internet access, a beautiful lobby, and offices for faculty and academic advisors. Constructed in 1927, the building is the former home of financier William E. Hutton. From 1996 to 1997, the mansion was renovated and dedicated to LIU Post alumni Howard Lorber ’70, ’91 and Thea Lorber ’71.
Home of the Department of Health Care and Public Administration, Hoxie Hall consists of faculty offices for the department and a conference/meeting room. This building also houses the College of Management Center for Management Analysis – whose purpose is to provide a climate for research, consultation and problem solving by uniting educators and practitioners in addressing public issues through reasoned dialogue and analysis.
College of Management Center for Learning
Business majors take classes in the College of Management Center for Learning located in the campus library. The center features lecture-style smart classrooms equipped with the latest technology and two mock boardrooms with conference tables, executive chairs and audio-visual technology. The center contains a financial markets classroom that is fully equipped with computer stations and live financial market feeds; a seminar room for small classes and workshops; a colloquium room where students can work on business presentation projects; three private study rooms and a student lounge. Two classrooms have a retractable wall, allowing admittance to 70 people, so the College can host programs for students as well as the surrounding business community.
Center for Management Analysis
The Center for Management Analysis (CMA) is an academically based organization designed to serve the diverse needs of government, the nonprofit sectors and the business community. Its purpose is to provide a climate for research, consultation and problem solving by uniting educators and practitioners in addressing public issues through reasoned dialogue and analysis.