The My LIU portal has made it easier than ever to manage you college finances and to pay your bills online, 24/7, so that you can concentrate on what’s important and make the most of your education.
1) To view your bill, log in to your My LIU account. Your My LIU Student Center page will be displayed. Click on the “Account Inquiry” link from within the “Finances” section, and your current statement will appear.
2) To pay your bill online by using a credit card or check, click on the “Make a Payment” link from the Student Center home page, or from within the “Account Inquiry” section to access the My LIU Payment Gateway, and pay your bill.
3) To set up an authorized user account online so that a relative, a guardian, or an employer can pay an outstanding balance on your behalf, click on the “Make a Payment” link from the Student Center home page, or from within the “Account Inquiry” section, to access the My LIU Payment Gateway. From here, click on the "Authorized Users" tab to add an authorized user.
Note: Those users authorized by you will only be able to view financial activity, either in summary or in detailed format, depending upon your selection.
For more information visit Billing & Payments
LIU Brooklyn is dedicated to providing assistance to help make a college education affordable for all students.
Our Enrollment Service counselors are available in person and via phone or email to assist students and parents with securing financial aid, including grants, scholarships, loans, and student employment, as well as payment options to assist in meeting educational expenses.
All students who plan to attend LIU Brooklyn for undergraduate or graduate study can apply for financial aid. Applications for financial aid are considered after you have been accepted for admission to the campus and your FAFSA or CSS Profile has been received by the campus. Financial assistance decisions are made on a rolling and funds-available basis, so it is important to apply early. For maximum consideration of aid, these forms should be submitted for processing no later than March 1 of each year.
For more information visit Enrollment Services. If you have any questions, call 718-488-1037 or email email@example.com.
Here you will find information about course schedules, registering for classes, final examination schedules, grading, degree evaluation and conferral, and transcripts.
For your convenience, many of these services have become automated through the online My LIU portal, you can perform the following registrar-related actions:
- Register for classes, check your grades and review your class schedule
- Order an unofficial transcript
- Obtain a transfer credit report
- Search for classes
- Check for holds and blocks
- Change your information
Student Union Building S310
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m.–6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
For more information visit Registration
When will I receive my financial aid "award notice"?
Once the university receives your completed FAFSA, a financial aid award notice (which lists the financial aid programs for which you are eligible) will be mailed to your home. If you have already registered for classes at LIU Brooklyn, you can view your financial aid award notice on your My LIU Student Center page. Your award notice will be available after mid-March. It takes approximately five to 10 business days for an award notice to be generated. If any information is incomplete on the FAFSA, you will be contacted by LIU Brooklyn outlining any additional documentation that is needed. Continuing LIU Brooklyn students will be packaged once the previous spring grades are posted and a completed FAFSA is received by the school.
What is LIU Brooklyn FAFSA school code and do I have to apply every year for aid?
The LIU Brooklyn FAFSA Code is "Long Island University 002751." Students must complete the FAFSA every year no later than March 1 to receive the best financial aid package possible.
How do I apply for LIU Brooklyn scholarships and grants?
Some university scholarships are awarded automatically at admission based on grades, standardized test scores, and other criteria, and do not require a separate application. Others, such as program specific or participative scholarships and grants may require a direct application, audition, portfolio review, and/or interview. Apply early to meet deadline dates. The FAFSA must be completed in order to receive all scholarships and grants. Check here for additional information.
How do I resolve a “hold” for financial aid that appears on My LIU account?
There are two financial aid-related holds that may appear on your My LIU account. One is a reminder to loan borrowers that they must take an electronic Loan Exit Interview. The "FA Exit Interview" hold will prevent the release of your diploma. Once you go online to perform the Loan Exit Interview, this hold will be removed. The second hold related to Financial Aid is the “FA Block M” which means that you may have defaulted on a federal student loan. To complete the Loan Exit Interview, click here.
How do I accept the loans that have been offered to me?
To accept loans, you must complete a Loan Entrance Interview and electronically sign a Master Promissory Note.
Where do I find more information about the financial aid programs I was awarded?
On your My LIU account, click on the “View Financial Aid” bar at the left.
How will I know the exact amount of money I will receive from a loan? Are fees deducted?
If you click on the “Loan Details” link on the Award Summary page on your My LIU account, you will see the amount of your loan, the fees that are incurred, and the “net” amount of your loan that will be disbursed to your account.
What happens if I file the FAFSA after the deadline has passed? Is there any financial aid I can still receive?
After the campus-based financial aid deadline, it is not too late to complete the FAFSA. A student can still receive a Federal Pell Grant, New York State TAP award, and loans from the Federal Direct Student Loan Programs. However, funding may be limited. The deadline dates for these programs appears on the “Deadline Dates” option of your My LIU Student Center page.
How do I know if I need to provide additional documentation to the Financial Assistance Office?
Upon full completion of the FAFSA or Renewal FAFSA, students will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) from the federal processor. The comment section will indicate if additional information is required. LIU Brooklyn may contact you as well if additional documentation is needed.
After I receive a financial aid award summary, can my funding allocation change?
Your funding can change if additional resources, not previously considered, are reported. If changes are made to FAFSA information that affects your eligibility, this may result in revised awards including a reduction in loan eligibility. The university reserves the right to adjust or revise this financial aid package should you:
- Receive additional assistance from other sources not listed on the award letter
- Your FAFSA application changes due to updates you provide
- There is inconsistent information during the verification process
- If your registration or housing plans change
- You no longer meet the Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress for any institutional, federal or state aid listed.
When do students begin to repay their loans?
Federal William D. Ford Direct Student Loans begin repayment of interest and principal within six months after a student graduates or is registered for fewer than six credits. The six months is considered a “grace period” and students have the opportunity to work with the federal government to select the best repayment plan for their circumstances. The Unsubsidized Loan requires quarterly repayment of interest only while the student is still in school. The Federal Parent PLUS and Graduate PLUS Loans are repayable 60 days after disbursement or the parent can apply for a deferment of the principle, but repayment of interest is due while the student is in attendance.