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I love LIU Brooklyn urban campus that hasSocial Work
I love LIU Brooklyn urban campus that has a quad and makes good use of space. I'm glad I choose LIU Brooklyn the staff is very knowledgeable; however, just wish LIU Brooklyn had its own law school other than that LIU Brooklyn challenges you to learn and be creative. The education you obtained is great and their Global Studies program is superb--better than some Ivy league programs I researched before choosing LIU Brooklyn as you get to travel all around the world to their sites.
Male -- Class 2000
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The people in this school has been greatBrightOther
The people in this school has been great to me and as helpful as possible. The professors when you talk to them actually has been helpful and there is good people here. The big notch against this school is no football program (As I aspire to be a college football head coach), but New York City isn't exactly a college football town. But their sports science program made this place so much more worth it and they are still in division one in all sports. So that helps. The school is in my mind a good school. The dorms needs fixing and the social life is not where it could be knowing that Brooklyn is thriving mainly because most of LIU Brooklyn's students are commuters. But I like this school.
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Education Quality: A, Campus Maintenance: C-
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I LOOVE LIU I do not know whyQuite Bright
I LOOVE LIU I do not know why there are so many negative comments about such a school. If you are reading this please disregard the negative comments and go up to that school for yourself and make a decision based on THAT instead of a web source that stands on no actual conceptualized facts and or truths. It's a nice private 11-acre school. It's only a train ride from Manhattan and awesome city-life. it's not your dream campus because it's in downtown Brooklyn it's not going to have acres and acres of land DUH! so if you are a city person who likes small classes, one on one with professors, this is your school. However it is easy to get in but hard to stay in. In terms of social life it is a tad bit cliquey but if your a social butterfly you will fit right in. Once again go for yourself. I remember reading this web garbage two years ago as a high school senior and decided to go check it out myself and two years later I'm still I'm attendance. It may not be for you or it may but whatever you decide make SURE you went over there to experience it yourself mmmmmmkay :).
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, Innovation: C-
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