Dining Hall

LIU Post Room Options

Welcome to your new home away from home! LIU Post is recognized as one of the safest and most beautiful college campuses in the country. Eight campus residence halls are tailored to individual needs, from quiet study to semi-private suites. The majority of Long Island University’s residential population is comprised of full-time undergraduate students and graduate students enrolled in full-time or part-time study (at least six credits). Part-time undergraduate students are not be permitted to reside in the residence halls unless: (i) proof of a documented health condition(s) (which may require a reduced schedule) is provided; or (ii) if you are a graduating senior in your last semester. Questions regarding this policy may be directed to the Office of Campus Life.

Theme Housing -
Theme housing consists of intentionally designed experiences centered on a variety of academic, cultural, and personal interests. Should you be interested in participating in theme housing, please be sure to select a room on the respective floors during the room selection process.

  • First Year & New Transfer Students- Most first-year students and first time transfer students under 21 years are assigned to designated residence halls. Kings and Queens Halls support the development of strong communities and provide excellent opportunities for first-year students to develop many friendships,
  • Honors – Honors Housing on 3rd floor of Post Hall is an option that may be selected by Honors College students who wish to live in a unique living-learning environment together. Special programs are offered in the hall by the Honors College and are designed to integrate the living-learning experience beyond the classroom.
  • Intensified Study – Suffolk Hall is a traditional-style hall designed for intensified study for students who prefer a quiet, academic-centered environment, and graduate students. 24hour Quiet Hours are in effect in this residence hall all year round.
  • 10 Months – Nassau Hall offers the additional benefit of long-stay accommodations over winter vacation—for overseas and other far-from-home students, for those who work on campus, or for students who register for classes during the winter semester. Please note there is an additional charge to reside over intersession.
  • Graduate and Upper Classmen – South Residence Complex is an option available to students 21 years or older and graduate students. Suites consist of three or four bedrooms that surround a shared living room and share a bathroom facility.

LIU Post Meal Plan Options

LIU Post offers three (3) Pioneer Living Plans. All students are required to purchase a university meal plan. All students with less than 30 credits must select Pioneer Living Plan 1. Students with 30 or more credits can select any of the 3 University’s Pioneer Living Plans. Once the student’s bill is cleared, there is an automatic deposit of whichever meal plan the student chooses for the 2015-2016 academic year. The living plan choices are as follows:

Meal Plan 1 - $2469.00

  • Unlimited access to the Winnick Student Center’s dining hall during operating hours.
  • $300 Dining Dollars to be used at any on-campus dining location.
  • Meal Plan balances and Dining Dollars are non-refundable and non-transferable and must be used before the end of the semester.

Meal Plan 2 - $2259.00

  • 14 meals per week at the Winnick Student Center’s dining hall during operating hours.
  • $300 Dining Dollars to be used at any on-campus dining location.
  • Meal Plan balances and Dining Dollars are non-refundable and non-transferable and must be used before the end of the semester.

Meal Plan 3 - $2049.00

  • 10 meals per week at the Winnick Student Center’s dining hall during operating hours.
  • $300 Dining Dollars to be used at any on-campus dining location.
  • Meal Plan balances and Dining Dollars are non-refundable and non-transferable and must be used before the end of the semester.

* The Resident Dining Membership is subject to change

Please be advised that these rates represent the 2015-2016 academic year.