LIU-University Center Campus in Brookville

Brookville, NY

(Rating 1.2 based on 5 reviews)

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Student Reviews and Ratings for LIU-University Center Campus

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Congratulations new student, you probably didn’t realize that it’s easier to get into this school than it is to pass the drivers test at your local DMV. But eventually you’ll realize that a degree from here is about as much of a joke as your school’s Econ prof Panos Mourdoukoutas’s idiotic rantings. So maybe take that tuition money and spend it on strippers and a dental assistant certification, because those are worth more than a degree from this tire fire of a school.

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A very quiet and generally calm library space, although a lot of the materials appear to be seeing increasingly disparate use. The place is mostly full of people on phones and laptops, doing research or, from what I could see, watching movies and playing games. There were also a loud group of kids eating greasy food, and from the stain marks on the tables, I can deduce that this is a semi regular occurrence. For a university library, the book selection is pretty paltry as well. It's okay I you have an event or small lecture here, but other than that, there are better places to do research or spend your valuable time.

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I see student reviews here and I feel so bad for them. Students and their families pay hard earned money (or borrow) for a quality education that will hopefully land them a lucrative job. In modern times, it's really about return on investment. Read reviews across most sites and you'll find students are very complimentary of the LIU faculty and scathing about administration. And its administration that guides the ROI of student tuition applied to outcomes. However, according to published articles, Long Island University administration measures its success by the increase of their endowment$$. It appears that overcharging students and not paying faculty is their financial strategy for achieving this. It's certainly not due to enrollment which has been declining for years despite an 81% acceptance rate. The school is managing their declining enrollment in a manner that is hurting both students and professors. Most schools will either hire adjuncts (part-time faculty) right before the start of the semester when enrollment is confirmed or contract adjuncts in advance with a stipulation that the course must meet enrollment minimums to run. The adjunct professor will receive notice a few days to a few weeks before the semester starts if the course is cancelled for low enrollment. LIU Post schedules adjuncts months in advance then, AFTER the semester has started, will cancel a class if enrollment isn't satisfactory. Students are left scrambling to meet course loads for financial aid. They have to return purchased textbooks. They will often take random courses that may not fit in with their major resulting in postponing their graduation date. This must be a contributing factor to LIU Post's low 41% graduation rate. Those students who complain enough, will get independent studies assigned so they can meet graduation requirements. Students and their parents shouldn't be placed in a position to complain to be treated fairly. Even if they do complain, I will agree with those reviews that administration all the way up to the Board of Trustees is completely unresponsive. Advice when considering colleges "love the school that loves you back"

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I was paying for a three hour lecture class, once a week. Our professor let us go after only an hour, and he cancelled class literally every other week. I’ve been trying to contact administration about this issue in trying to get out of paying for this class that I wasn’t even in, not on my own accord, and it has taken me over a month to get this resolved and it STILL hasn’t been worked out. Don’t waste your time going here. No one at this school cares about their students or their education.

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Doesn’t deliver on anything it promises as a school... very disappointing being a student at this university. In desperate need of new classrooms, dorms, and dining halls. Everything needs an upgrade.

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Address: 700 Northern Boulevard

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General Phone Number: +5162991926

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