C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University
The campus was founded by Long Island University in 1954 to accommodate the educational needs of World War II veterans living in Nassau County. The C.W. Post Campus, which is rich in history, is located on Long Island's famed Gold Coast, on the former Brookville estate of cereal heiress and socialite Marjorie Merriweather Post. The campus was named for Mrs. Post's father, the founder of the Post Cereal Company (now a division of Kraft Foods, Inc.). In building his cereal empire, Charles William Post embodied ingenuity, determination and courage - qualities that are living inspirations for the University's faculty and students.
Today, C.W. Post offers its 8,500 full- and part-time students a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs in accountancy, business, computer science, education, health professions and nursing, liberal arts and sciences, library and information science, public service, and the visual and performing arts. Students choose from 230 degree programs, including doctorates in Clinical Psychology and Information Studies. Flexible day, evening and weekend class schedules are offered yea...
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