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Are you an adult returning to school, or a current or visiting student who needs a flexible schedule to move toward your degree? LIU Post’s Division of Adult and Non-Traditional Programs has created pathways that offer you affordability and convenience. Don’t let life’s obligations get in the way of your future. Your academic goals can be reached with us, through courses offered evenings, during Summer and Winter sessions, and other time periods outside traditional semester schedules.

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Bachelor's Degree Completion for Adult Students

LIU Post's Degree Completion Program supports adults considering starting or returning to college for an undergraduate degree. You earn your degree affordably in just 22 months through online and on-campus instruction. Find out more

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Accelerated Summer and Winter Semesters

Accelerate your progress toward a degree. Our Winter Session, which is offered at 1/3 tuition discount, is held over a 10-day period (from the end of December through mid-January) and is considered a full semester. Summer Session offers more than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate classes as well as one-week institutes, 10 day courses and five week courses. Courses are held from May to August.

Evening Courses

Evening courses accelerate and enrich your studies with convenience and flexibility. Undergraduate courses – the equivalent in content and credits to the courses offered during the regular academic year – are available. Most course offerings are 3 credits and give students the opportunity to fulfill major or elective requirements. Read more



LIU Post is designated a Military-Friendly School, part of the top 15% of colleges nationwide for service to veterans. We embrace America’s veterans as students, and offer resources tailored to balancing higher education with life outside the classroom.  Read more...


Speak with an Advisor

If you have questions about any of the programs and services listed on this page, please contact the Division for Adult and Non-Traditional Programs: Phone: 516-299-2431