Alumni and Legacy Scholarship

Alumni and Legacy Scholarship

Are you a graduate returning to Long Island University to pursue another degree? Or do you have a close family member who graduated from LIU?

We're pleased to offer two different award opportunities to graduate and undergraduate students based on alumni status. These annual awards of $500 are renewable for up to four years. 

Eligibility Requirements

Graduate Alumni Scholarship

  • Available to alumni pursuing their first master’s degree or second bachelor’s degree
  • Applicant must be enrolled in nine credits per semester

Legacy Alumni Scholarship

  • Available to grandchildren, children, or siblings of alumni
  • Available for undergraduate degrees only
  • Applicant must be enrolled in twelve credits per semester
LIU Online Application

More Information

Our admissions counselors can help you determine if you qualify for the LIU Legacy Alumni Scholarship. For general admissions contact information, please visit here. Prospective students must have formally applied to LIU to be considered for these scholarships (though they need not be accepted). Please note that scholarship applicants may only be considered for one of these awards.

* LIU reserves the right to remove, modify or decline these privileges and offerings at any time without notice.

** Retail Discounts and savings are issued directly by the named provider/retailer and are subject to the individual retailers’ rules and criteria. Offers may vary by state. To the extent that an Alumni is deemed ineligible for any of the above described discounts, LIU is not responsible.

*** LIU neither endorses, guarantees nor warrants any of the discounts, goods or services which the above vendors may provide. All transactions are between alumni and the vendor, including the price, financing terms, delivery arrangements, quality of goods and services, and warranties. Discounts are non-transferable and are at the discretion the issuer of the discounted offer. Alumni should verify that the discount is still in place with the vendor prior to making a purchase or entering into a contract, and should make sure that they understand all terms and conditions of the discount.

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