In general, Long Island University is a somewhat selective selective school. Around 13,300 applications are received by Long Island University each year. The overall acceptance rate is around 80 percent which equals about 10,700 students who passed the admission process of the institution. However, when the semester begins, only about 1,300 or 12 percent of the candidates who earned acceptance letter from Long Island University decide to attend. The ratio of the candidates who applied is 35% and 64% for males and females respectively. However, of the first-year students enrolled, 60% were typically women and 39% were men. First-year students should submit their ACT or SAT scores to Long Island University when applying. In most cases, accepted applicants have test scores in the range of 22 - 28 for ACT or 1,080 - 1,290 for SAT. This school also allows submissions of Advanced Placement (AP) credits, Credit for life experiences, and Dual credit. Long Island University’s undergraduate application fee is $50. To apply to Long Island University, you are required to file these required documents: ACT/SAT scores, Recommendations, Secondary school GPA, and a Secondary school record. The institution recommends that students who are applying have completions of a college-preparatory program, Formal demonstration of competencies, and Secondary school rank.

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Student ACT Scores

25th %
75th %



Student SAT Scores

25th %
75th %



First-Year Admission Statistics

Application, Acceptance, Enrollment Statistics from the 2019 Admissions Cycle
Applications
13,328
Male 4,693
Female 8,635

 

Acceptance
10,662
Male 3,754
Female 6,908

 

Enrollment Total
1,279
Male 500
Female 778


Acceptance Rate
80%
Male
80%
Female
80%

 

Yield
12%
Male
13.3%
Female
11.3%


Application Fees and Other Information

Application Fees

Undergraduate

$50


Graduate

$50



Credit from AP or Pre-college classes

  • Advanced Placement (AP) credits
  • Credit for life experiences
  • Dual credit

    Admission considerations

    Required

    Admission test scores
    Recommendations
    Secondary school GPA
    Secondary school record
    TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)


    Recommended

    Completion of college-preparatory program
    Formal demonstration of competencies
    Secondary school rank

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