Student Financial Services/Registration
Class Registration & Student Financial Services Clearance
In order to be able to move onto campus and access your meal card, you must be registered for full-time classes (at least 12 credits for undergraduate students and 9 credits for graduate students) and have made satisfactory payment arrangements for any balances owed by August 1, 2012. You can make arrangements for bill clearance by contacting the Student Financial Services at 516-299-2323 or via email at email@example.com. For questions about registration please call Academic Advising at 516-299-2746 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- New Student Move-In Day: Monday, September 3, 2012 between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.
- Returning Student Move-In Day: Tuesday, September 4, 2012 between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.
Important Things to Bring
For information regarding important items to bring to your residence hall room, click here.
Residence Life Information Booklet 2012-2013
What’s an RA? What’s in a room? What should I bring? Where will I eat? Who is there to help? To find out the answers to these questions and more click here.
If you are interested in ordering custom-fitted, first quality linens that fit LIU Post beds, call 1-800-957-4338 or visit the following website by clicking here.
Choose the membership that fits you best! Meal plans are mandatory for all resident students. For more information click here.
For Driving and Parking & Safety Tips click here.
Snow and Emergency Closings
In the event of inclement weather, power outages, or other emergencies, please call 516-299-2000 or 516-299-EMER (3637) or click here.
Student Health Insurance Information
All resident and/or international students will automatically be billed for the University-sponsored health insurance plan on their bursar account. You have the opportunity to waive this charge by complying with the waiver procedures on the following link. For more information, call Risk Management Department of LIU at 516-299-2599 or 516-299-2550 or click here.
Theft, Fire, & Accidental Damage Insurance
The University will not be liable for personal items, including motor vehicles, lost or damaged by fire, theft, vandalism, water, breakage or otherwise. The University urges students to purchase student property insurance (Information about property insurance is available in the Office of Residence Life). The University will not be liable for loss or damage to vehicles. Parking and use of vehicles on University premises is at the student’s own risk. For more information click here.