You'll Succeed. We Promise.

The LIU Promise is our commitment to ensuring you have the right tools, guidance and support to achieve your goals. When you apply to LIU, you will be assigned an LIU Promise Success Coach who will be there for you through graduation. Your coach will be the point of contact for everything you need—from academic and career counseling to campus activities to financial aid. It’s our promise to help you chart your success!

Your LIU Promise Success Coach will work with you one-on-one to:

  • Fast-track the enrollment process
  • Help you select the right major
  • Find the right scholarships for you
  • Construct a financial plan to fund your education
  • Introduce you to our vibrant campus life
  • Identify internships and study-abroad opportunities
  • Create an e-portfolio to showcase your work
  • Launch your career, connecting you with employers before graduation
Contact LIU Promise

Hillwood Commons, Room 270

Plan for Academic Success

The Plan for Academic Success (PAS) is a LIU Promise initiative offering conditionally admitted at-risk students personalized attention and one-on-one academic counseling throughout their first year. Students must participate in specialized Orientation Seminar 1G section, and academic skills workshops. Students must also complete 24 credits with a minimum 2.0 GPA in order to graduate from the program.

Students are enrolled in the Plan for Academic Success Program on the basis of their scholastic background as determined at the time of admission. Housed in the LIU Promise Office, the Plan for Academic Success Program offers its students personalized attention and one-on-one academic counseling with a select group of specialized Success Coach. Throughout the academic year, the Program offers myriad services for students such as social events, textbook library access, group advisement sessions and recognition awards for academic achievement. Upon satisfactory completion of 24 credits with at least a 2.0 grade point average, students are referred to faculty advisors in their major departments for further program guidance.