LIU Hudson/WPH Onsite Cohort
From the Dean and Chief Operating Officer to LIU Hudson/WPH Cohort Students
Welcome to Long Island University, a multi-campus, diverse, doctoral institution of higher learning. In its ninth decade of providing access to the American dream through excellence in higher education, Long Island University is one of the largest and most comprehensive private universities in the country offering more than 550 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs and certificates.
LIU Hudson, one of several campuses of Long Island University including an Educational Site at West Point, combines the advantages of a small campus with the resources of a large university.
This micro page should answer basic questions. Should you still have unanswered administrative questions, please contact Dr. Lea Rutmanowitz. For academic matters, please contact Dr. Kevin Nash.
Best wishes as you pursue your graduate studies.
|Sylvia Blake, Ed. D.
|Dean and Chief Operating Officer
For administrative questions:
|Dr. Lea Rutmanowitz
For academic matters:
|Dr. Kevin Nash
Students bear the responsibility for fulfilling all course requirements in a timely manner. Plans for making up missed work, or to accommodate absences due to unavoidable circumstances, are at the discretion of the instructor. Regarding missed work and absences, arrangements should be made with the instructor as early as possible.
In the event of inclement weather, instructors generally communicate with their students via email 3-4 hours before class is scheduled to begin. This allows everyone to adjust to changing weather conditions. Additionally, notifications about classes cancelled due to inclement weather or any other emergency will be posted on this site.
For other LIU Hudson and University-wide policies, please consult the Academic Bulletin
For the on-site class schedules, please consult the chart below: