Long Island University - Brooklyn
Long Island University?s Brooklyn campus has deep historic roots that stretch back to 1926, when the New York Board of Regents granted LIU a provisional charter. The university founders were committed to admitting students based on merit and promise alone, never impeding their enrollment because of their sex, race, religion, or national origin. This was a unique and progressive philosophy during an age that was often defined by quotas and discrimination.
The Brooklyn campus has been providing outstanding educational opportunities to students from all walks of life for more than eight decades. It is the original unit of Long Island University, one of the largest and most comprehensive private universities in the country. Known for its excellent academics, renowned faculty, comprehensive career services, state-of-the-art facilities, Division I athletics and small class size, the campus educates more than 11,000 credit-seeking and continuing education students, preparing them for meaningful careers and inspiring them to make a difference in their own communities and in the world.
Learning and development is not limited to the classroom. LIU Brooklyn encourages students to challenge themselves, cultivate new perspectives, and forge lasting friendships. Student activities programs promote student involvement and offer both personal and academic support for student growth. It promotes community outreach and social understanding and helps students learn how to help themselves as they prepare to become responsible and contributing citizens of its diverse society.
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