The Brooklyn campus has been providing outstanding educational opportunities to students from all walks of life for more than eight decades. It is the original unit of Long Island University, one of the largest and most comprehensive private universities in the country. Known for its excellent academics, renowned faculty, comprehensive career services, state-of-the-art facilities, Division I athletics and small class size, the campus educates more than 11,000 credit-seeking and continuing education students, preparing them for meaningful careers and inspiring them to make a difference in their own communities and in the world.
The mission of our faculty is to mentor and assist students as they acquire the academic grounding, professional connections and interpersonal skills they need to succeed both on campus and in the world at large. At the George Polk School of Communications, we’re taking a dynamic and imaginative approach to providing students the skills they need to succeed in a variety of Communications-related fields. At the heart of all of the various intertwined fields that make up the Polk School is the ability to tell stories that count, whether as journalists, filmmakers, writers, producers, and creators of computer graphics and more. Make it your story at the Polk School.