Long Island University (LIU) is a private higher educational institution that was founded in 1926 to provide affordable education to students of all sorts of socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds. The school’s Brooklyn campus is recognized as highly diverse, and one of America’s safest college campuses.
The school is located at the corner of DeKalb and Flatbush Avenues in Downtown Brooklyn. LIU offers over 500 academic programs at its two main campuses (LIU Brooklyn and LIU Post) and non-residential programs several other locations and has a worldwide alumni network of over 182,000. Tuition doesn’t come really cheap but there are several options to help you get educated at this top-notch university. Check out these options:
University Scholar Award
Long Island University’s “University Scholar Award” is available to both new freshmen and transfer students at the University. Freshmen are required to have at least a high school average of 92, and no less than a 1300 SAT score (480 verbal). Transfer students are required to possess an associate degree issued by a select accredited community college with at least a 3.75 GPA.