Admissions Events

Admissions Office Open Aug 2
Admissions Office/Mullarkey Hall

08/02/2014 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM

Graduate Open House
Tilles Atrium and Patron's Lounge

08/05/2014 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM

Transfer Tuesday Aug 5
Admissions Office/Mullarkey Hall

08/05/2014 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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

LIU Post is located on 307 beautiful acres in Brookville, New York, on the north shore of Long Island. The Campus is set in the idyllic neighborhood known as the "Gold Coast," an historic suburban community that has been the subject of popular novels and major motion pictures. The Campus is just 50 minutes away from the excitement of New York City. LIU Post is accessible by public transportation: the N20 MTA Long Island bus regularly stops on campus. LIU Post provides free shuttle bus service from the Hicksville train station to the campus. Airports such as JFK International Airport and LaGuardia Airport are only 45 minutes away. The Visiting the Campus section of this Web site provides directions to LIU Post as well as information regarding public transportation. For additional transportation service, visit the Student Transportation Web site.

Mailing address:

International Admissions Office
LIU Post
720 Northern Boulevard
Brookville, N.Y. 11548-1300 USA

General Admissions:
Phone: 516-299-2900

International Admissions
Phone: 516-299-2900
Fax: 516-299-3829
post-enroll@liu.edu

Are Undergraduate International Applicants Required to Submit SAT/ACT Results?

International students whose native language is English, or who will complete four years of high school in the United States, are required to submit official SAT or ACT results. Students applying for athletic scholarships are also required to submit SAT or ACT results.

Can My English Proficiency Test Requirement Be Waived?

International students whose native language is English, or who have attended a school where the medium of instruction is English, may have the requirement waived. Satisfactory SAT or ACT test results also will be used to waive the English Language proficiency requirement. The waiver is determined on an individual basis following a review of the student’s application.

Can I Send My Official Secondary School/University Records to Your Admissions Office Directly?

All academic records should be sent directly by the previous school attended. If a student wishes to submit transcripts on behalf of his/her previous institution, they must be sent in a sealed envelope to the International Admissions Office.

What Are LIU Post’s Application Deadlines?

LIU Post offers rolling admissions for most programs. However, International Students should apply by June 1 for the Fall Semester and November 1 for the Spring Semester and to allow for sufficient time to secure your F-1 student visa. In addition, certain graduate programs have application deadlines. For students wishing to live on-campus, it is recommended that you submit your application by May 1 for the Fall Semester.

How Long Does the Application Process Take?

As soon as we receive all the required academic documentation, we will review it or send it to the appropriate academic department for review. Aside from programs with specific application deadlines or portfolio/interview requirements, the academic review process is generally completed within two to three weeks.

How Do I Apply for a Scholarship?

All undergraduate and graduate applicants are automatically considered for scholarship eligibility once a complete application is submitted. There is no separate scholarship application.

How Large Is LIU Post’s International Population?

Currently, more than 700 international students from over 50 countries attend LIU Post. Our entire student population is more than 8,800 total students (this includes undergraduate and graduate students).

What Is the Student/Faculty Ratio?

The student/faculty ratio is 12:1, giving students excellent access to professors and allowing professors to know students by name and face.

Do You Offer Summer/Winter Courses?

Yes. Consult the Summer Sessions or Winter Session Web pages for more information. New students are not eligible to apply to start in these semesters, however, except by special arrangement for the summer.

Can I Have a Car on Campus?

Absolutely! We have parking lots for students. And for those students who don’t have a car, we are accessible by local bus service and offer a campus shuttle bus that directly connects you with the train to New York City. Please see Student Transportation for more information.

What are Your Residence Halls Like?

LIU Post residence halls are safe, secure, modern and comfortable. Learn more at the Office of Residence Life homepage.

How Can I Stay Fit While on Campus?

Staying fit and healthy is part of the daily routine at LIU Post. Our spectacular Pratt Recreation Center offers spacious facilities for undergraduate and graduate students. Keep in shape by doing laps in our eight-lane swimming pool; play racquetball or jog on our indoor track; work out in our fully equipped weight and exercise rooms; or take an aerobics class. All classes and facilities at the Pratt Recreation Center are free to enrolled LIU Post students. For more information, visit the Pratt Recreation Center Web site.