83% of students
I liked that certain professors were approachable and easy-going. Also, the pathways were clearly outlined for incoming students, and it was clear how a student should earn their degree.
Some professors were ruthless, you have to prove your worth a lot of times throughout certain classes. Lots of professors are unfair, unfortunately; the campus overall was depressing and old, pretty sad for an expensive college as is.
It has a great nursing program.
Faculty and advisor have poor communication.
I like the faculty and availability of resources.
I enjoy attending Long Island University because of the unique experiences I get as a student here. There are students and professors from all different cultures and backgrounds, contributing to a very diverse campus community. This allows me to always learn from my peers and professors, which I appreciate greatly.
My only complaint about Long Island University is the cost. Tuition is very expensive and I am taking out large loans to cover the costs.
LIU has an awesome location and like any school you choose to go to there will be flaws, It provides great opportunities to students but could definitely use some improvement in the organization of the school overall.
Be aware that it is an older city school campus that is not very big you just need to make sure that, that is something you want. And expect to struggle a bit as an upperclassman when looking for classes.
The professors really care about their students. They go above and beyond to help accommodate your needs. They get to know you personally so they can individually help improve your education. There are also tons of fun events on campus every week. Although it is mostly a commuter school, on-campus life is thriving.
There are limited food options and it is very hard to eat if you have severe allergies. There is a high turnover rate in the promise office, so it is hard to get two people who are on the same page to help you.