At Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus, we are with you every step of the way when it comes to helping you choose a major and ensuring that you meet the requirements for your area of study. Most entering students are automatically assigned to the Office of Student Development and Retention for advisement during their first year.
The Office of Student Development and Retention is a comprehensive resource center that provides entering, transfer and continuing students with information, guidance and the resources needed to make a successful adjustment to college life.
The Office is staffed with professional counselors who provide individualized assistance with issues such as what to choose as your major and what courses you should take. Counselors are available to speak with incoming students during regular office hours as well as during other special Campus events.
For more information visit the Office of Student Development and Retention website, or call: 718-488-1042.
The Office of Student Development and Retention advises students from all majors and programs across the Brooklyn Campus except for the programs listed below:
- Achievement Studies
- College Entry Program
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Communication Studies, Performance Studies and Theatre/Speech
- Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)
- Intensive English Program
- Paralegal Program
- Respiratory Care
- Sports Science/Athletic Training/Health Sciences
If you belong to any of the above majors or programs, you should contact your advisor in that department or program.