Long Island University Reviews

  • 7 Reviews
  • Brookville (NY)
  • Annual Tuition: $37,763
80% of 7 students said this degree improved their career prospects
57% of 7 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

  • Reviewed: 1/24/2019
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2020
"It is a money making school, it is not education oriented. Student being place in the wrong class, no administration to help you out. Ended up spending more money and more time. Like I said money making machine. The advisors are not helpful when you try to reach to Assistant Dean or the Dean they send you right back to advisors who ended up doing nothing to help. My advice don't come to that school"
Jackie Chavarro
  • Reviewed: 7/14/2017
  • Degree: Health Sciences
  • Graduation Year: 2017
"I highly recommend becoming involved in LIU's Honors College. While the Honors programs requires extra electives, the professors are extremely dedicated to their students' work. They provide constructive help with assignments, and were always available for tutoring. The Honors program allowed me to enjoy returning to college after 15 years through its love of creative insight. While other classes were filled with students disinterested in the subjects, Honors program students were encouraged to consistently participate in thoughtful topics. Excellent program!"
  • Reviewed: 2/21/2017
  • Degree: Psychology
  • Graduation Year: 2017
"I can't comment on all departments and degrees, but three that I have been associated with (film, psychology, and art) have been valuable to me, academically and socially. The campus has lush and natural surroundings, which is a great bonus for someone who enjoys nature."
  • Reviewed: 7/22/2016
  • Degree: Performing Arts
  • Graduation Year: 2012
"I enjoyed that the program was growing throughout my time there and continues to grow."
Nicole Capella
  • Reviewed: 12/14/2015
  • Degree: Teaching
  • Graduation Year: 2014
"I felt the LIU Post was an overall great school. I had wonderful professors throughout my undergraduate who offered extra help after class to help whenever needed. I lived on campus because I played softball. The school is a very big commuters school, and mostly only athletes lived on campus. My softball team was my second family away from home and I had a wonderful roommate for 4 years strong. I felt this school prepared me for the educational field and made sure I received the correct classes in order to graduate. The school location is in a beautiful area that was close to my home. During rush hours, there was traffic on the roads which I had to get use to. I enjoyed going home on the weekend which made this school a great fit for myself. The class size was no more than 25 kids in most classes, so it was similar to High School. There were only two classes that I took where it had 100 kids which made it difficult for the teacher to get to know their students. They offer many great programs in the University, one being the education program. In the education program, they even offer a 5 year program which allows students to start their graduate studies early. The campus size is small and that is what I wanted. Most of the school buildings were in walking distance from one another with an exception of music and criminal justice building. The financial cost of this school can be expensive for some because it is a private school. But there are many scholarships one can apply for as well as being a part of an athletic team. Overall, this school was a great school that had everything I needed and wanted."
  • Reviewed: 9/29/2015
  • Degree: Biology
  • Graduation Year: 2005
"The SC campus of LIU is closed because it went bankrupt due to poor management by the President of the university at the time. The closing of the school was done in a very harsh manner: they accepted the incoming freshmen class and then they announced that August that they would be closing the school at the end of that school year. This "tricked" the freshmen into accepting the admission's offer, but would be required to go to a new school their following years. The other classes were also thrown for a loop to figure out what they would do next- the Juniors had it the worst because they wouldn't be able to transfer to a new school without losing some credits. This forced them to attend C.W. Post of LIU, which is a business school, when most SC students were marine bio or art students- not a good trade off. LIU did not seem interested in helping the students of SC; the President was more interested in his helicopter being paid for than graduating out the students he tricked."
  • Reviewed: 6/30/2015
  • Degree: Political Science
  • Graduation Year: 2007
"Small and intimate setting. You get to know your professors and have many opportunities to do a variety of activities and programs."