1. Historic Pedigree
LIU Post comprises the former estates of cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post and Wall Street tycoons E.F. Hutton and William E. Hutton.
2. It’s the Destination
The Village of Brookville is one of the most desirable communities to live in the nation, according to Business Week.
3. Green, Green and More Green
Our sprawling campus is an arboretum with 4,000 trees, lush rolling green lawns, and formal gardens.
We offer every kind of classroom, from high-tech to seminar rooms.
5. Privacy Counts
Our campus is private and we can therefore ensure you can get your work done without any interruptions.
Pick a landscape. We have it. From sweeping hills to horseback riding trails to the all-purpose parking lots, we can accommodate every kind of scene.
7. A campus for all seasons
New York’s seasonal weather variations make LIU Post ideal for year-round filming. While the summer months are the best for our campus, some film companies like to tap into the youthful vitality of a traditional college campus. Our student demographics include ages 18 to 25. And if Mother Nature refuses to cooperate, we have experience with rain-making and snow machines.
Red-brick academic buildings, Tudor and Georgian style mansions, water fountains, and outdoor terraces provide a distinctive attribute to any filming project.
From an all-you-can-eat dining hall to Starbucks and Subway and a fully catered menu, we have many food options.
The tremendous mix of contemporary and historic facilities make our campus adaptable for all products and scenes. Our campus facilities have been transformed into a hospital, a horse show, a parking jam, and a village hall.