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Welcome to your new home away from home! LIU Brooklyn is right in the heart of it all—located just steps away from the Barclays Center, top arts venues like the Brooklyn Academy of Music, hip restaurants and boutiques, and one of New York’s premier dessert destinations, Junior’s.

Our beautifully landscaped 11-acre campus is a self-contained urban oasis, offering security and tranquility amidst the hustle and bustle of New York City. LIU Brooklyn was ranked the third-safest campus in the nation and the safest in New York City by the Daily Beast website.

As a residential student, you will be immersed in the vibrant downtown Brooklyn scene. And it’s only a short subway ride to the vast cultural offerings and professional opportunities of Manhattan.

In order to be able to move onto campus, or return to the residence hall's for the fall semester you must be registered for full-time classes (at least 12 credits for undergraduate students and nine credits for graduate students) and have made satisfactory payment arrangements for any balances owed by Aug. 1. You can make arrangements for bill clearance by contacting the Student Financial Services at 718-488-1037.

First year Undergraduate students and new Graduate Students:

Residence Halls open on August 29th at 10am.  Check into your building with a Residence Life staff member between 10am-6pm and 8:30pm-11pm.

International students:

Will check in upon arrival.   Feel free to contact:  residencelife@brooklyn.liu.edu; 718.488.1046 to plan.

Returning students:

Residence Halls open on August 31st at 10am.  Check into your building with a Residence Life staff member between 10am-6pm and 8:30pm-11pm.

    A Division of Student Affairs

    The Office of Residence Life and Housing is committed to working with students in order to create an environment that supports and compliments the academic mission of the university through community development, student-centered programs, and campus engagement.

    Residents reside in one of our three residential halls. Richard L. Conolly Hall is a 16-story building of standard, suite, and apartment spaces for first-year, sophomore, and junior class residents. All Conolly students residing in standard and suites rooms are required to enroll in the Carte Blanche meal plan. Seniors live in the Hoyt Street Residence Hall, which features suites and apartment spaces, and graduate students live in apartments at our Fulton Street residence.

    All residence areas offer free wireless and cable, study lounges, recreation rooms, TV lounges, laundry rooms, 24 hours/day security officers, and dedicated professional and paraprofessional staff. All residential spaces come with an extra-long twin sized bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, micro-fridge, wardrobe unit/closet, AC, and personal digital safe.

    Graduate Apartment

    All the Comforts of Home! 
    Brooklyn's only All-Graduate Apartments are located at 490 Fulton St.
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