Brooklyn, NY
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Long Island University - C.W. Post
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2 College Student

Scholarships: The financial aid office is very unorganized and tedious. It takes way too long to reach someone, and when you finally do you have a chance of receiving the wrong information from a person. I had to make several appointments and calls to find out my financial situation because I was being charged for aid I was supposed to receive, but it turned out that someone gave me the wrong amounts for my federal loans. This problem has also been the same for my friends who attend the school.

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3 College Student

Scholarships: The financial aid program is a headache in itself. I received my aid with relative ease, though paying what I owe to the school was a major hassle and it took many, many calls to the financial aid office (the wait time is typically longer than the call itself due to a short staff), and I had issues for the two and a half months I had to deal with payments and scholarships. This is one of my main complaints about the school, and hope it is fixed for later years.

3 College Junior


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4 College Freshman

Scholarships: It's a hassle, but the scholarships are really great.

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3 College Junior

Scholarships: Every year we know that tuition does increase and we also know that LIU's tuition is on the expensive side, so if you're attending this school planning to gradute in it, take your classes seriously because this school is expensive and you're paying for it. Receiving financial aid can be quite a hassle because you're constantly making sure that your FAFSA came through, your scholarships and whatever aid you receive are added into your tuition. You do get some kind of help, but at the end of it all, it's up to you how you would be able to pay off the rest unless a scholarship is being offered. I suggest that you do look into some scholarships before coming into the school, because it'll help you along the way.

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Scholarship List

Scholarship Min Amt
Max Amt
Details Availability
Academic Incentive Awards $2,000 -- -- Freshmen Transfer
Activity Scholars / Service Award $5,000 -- -- Freshmen Transfer
Distinguished Scholars Award $1,500 -- -- Freshmen
Friends World Program $8,000 -- -- Freshmen
International Student Grants $1,200 -- -- Freshmen

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Financial Aid Statistics

General Information
Financial Aid Forms Deadline:Not Reported
Tuition Guaranteed Plan:Not Available
Prepaid Tuition Plan:Not Available
Tuition Payment Plan:Available
In-State Tuition:$32,818
Out-of-State Tuition:$32,818
Contact Financial Aid
Phone:Not Reported
Email:Not Reported
Web Site:Not Reported
Aid/Loans Federal Grant Aid Institution Grant Aid State Grant Aid Student Loans Total ?
Average Amount $5,749 $10,460 $4,342 $6,633 Not Reported
% Students That Got It 69% 95% 54% 69% 96%

NOTE: Financial aid is only available for those who qualify.

Student Polls

Which statement best describes your financial aid experience at this school?    Based on 45 responses

  • 0% I did not apply for financial aid.
  • 24% It is an ongoing process that I am still dealing with.
  • 13% It was an absolute headache, and it took multiple attempts to receive any aid.
  • 38% The process was a hassle, but I received the financial aid I needed.
  • 24% It went smoothly, and I received the financial aid I needed.
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