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Getting Started: The Application Process

All applications for undergraduate admission and required documents should be submitted by June 1 for the Fall/September entry or November 1 for Spring/January entry.

NOTE: All application materials from international students (students who are not U.S. residents) should be submitted directly to LIU Post at the following address:

International Admissions Office
LIU Post
720 Northern Blvd.
Brookville, N.Y. 11548-1300 U.S.A.

You are considered a “Freshman International Student Applicant” if you are have completed high school education, which may include college-level credits through Advanced Placement, Global Assessment Certificate and International Baccalaureate.

You are considered a “Transfer International Student Applicant” if you have completed any University credits after completing high school; you must also submit your high school transcripts if you have not yet earned a minimum of 24 credits at another accredited college or university.

There are two ways to apply to LIU Post:

If you have any questions about the admissions application process, our counselors can be reached by calling 1-516-299-2637 or by emailing international@cwpost.liu.edu.

Global Assessment Certificate

The Global Assessment Certificate (GAC) program is a university preparation program that provides students with the academic knowledge, skills, and confidence to enter and successfully complete a bachelor's degree at one of many selected universities. LIU Post is a GAC Pathway University. Up to 21 credits earned through GAC will be accepted toward a bachelor’s degree program at LIU Post. For more information about the GAC program, visit the GAC Web site at http://www.actinternationalservices.com/en/gac/.

For more information about LIU Post, click on “For International Students” on the left-hand navigation bar.