The City of New York is a hub for quality education. In fact, it is one of the preferred destinations for learning because of its diverse culture and liveliness round the year. Because of the geographic location of the city enveloped in greenery and urban infrastructure, there are major universities located here with maximum number of its campuses in New York. Amongst these universities, the Long Island University is also one which is a private institution for higher education. Although LIU is not a new university in New York, it follows a unique educational plan for the students. The plan includes tremendous counseling for students from the first year until completion, wide range of career opportunities, huge amount of exposure to the students, essential placement assistance provided to students, and involvement of students into various cultural and sports activities for complete development.
Long Island University, university of New York has its two major campuses; LIU Brooklyn which is located in Brooklyn and the LIU Post located in Brookville. The other campuses of LIU are in Brentwood and in Riverhead and LIU Hudson has its campuses in Rockland and Westchester.
Established in the year 1962, LIU Brooklyn is the first and permanent site of the university, New York. This campus is noted for its historic growth of the campus because it bought the world’s first theatre, Brooklyn Paramount Theatre for converting it into a university campus. The balconies of the theatre were used as lecture halls. Later, the campus infrastructure was developed further. Today, the campus comprises of various schools and colleges including the LIU Pharmacy, the School of Business, Public Administration, and Information Sciences, Richard Connolly College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Health Professions, School of Nursing, School of Continuing Education, and LIU Global. This campus offers a wide range of courses and programs of under graduation, post graduation, Honors, and advanced certificates.
LIU Post, campus of LIU- university, New York was founded in the year 1952 which is located in Brookville on the shores of Long Island. It is the university’s hugest campus. The colleges and schools at this campus include the College of Information and Computer Science, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, School of Education, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Management, School of Health Professions and Nursing and School of Visual and Performing Arts. The campus also houses the School of Continuing Education that offers a large number of programs for professional studies and the classes are held in summer, fall, and spring semesters.
The other campuses of LIU, university of New York are in Brentwood and Riverhead and in the Rockland and Westchester campuses of LIU Hudson. Both of these campuses offer distinct graduate degree programs and advanced certificate programs. Notably, the Homeland Security Management Institute, one of the leading institutes in US for homeland security training houses at LIU Riverhead campus.