There has been an ongoing shift to remote learning that has only been exasperated since the pandemic. Some mainstay institutions have shut down due to the decay in our local educational system. A choice has to be made between paying for formal education or going a less typical route of learning. And learning a trade may be a better option that allows people to have a career without the baggage of student debt.

This list is meant to be a quick snapshot of Long Island Colleges and Universities:

NameLocation(s)StatusPublic or PrivateWebsite
AdelphiGarden CityOpenPrivatehttp://www.adelphi.edu/
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory School of Biological SciencesCold Spring HarborOpenPrivatehttp://gradschool.cshl.edu/
Dowling CollegeOakdaleClosedPrivateN/A
Farmingdale State CollegeFarmingdaleOpenPublichttp://www.farmingdale.edu/
Five Towns CollegeDix HillsOpenPrivatehttp://www.ftc.edu/
Hofstra UniversityHempsteadOpenPrivatehttp://www.hofstra.edu/
Long Island UniversityBrookville, Brentwood, RiverheadOpenPublichttp://www.liu.edu/
Molloy CollegeRockville Center, FarmingvilleOpenPrivatehttp://www.molloy.edu/
Nassau Community CollegeGarden CityOpenPublichttp://www.ncc.edu//
New York Institute of Technology
Old WestburyOpenPrivatehttp://www.nyit.edu/
St. John's UniversityHauppaugeOpenPrivatehttp://www.stjohns.edu
St. JosephsPatchogueOpenPrivatehttp://www.sjcny.edu/
Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, SouthamptonOpenPublichttp://www.stonybrook.edu/
Suffolk Community CollegeBrentwood, Selden, RiverheadOpenPublichttp://www.sunysuffolk.edu/
SUNY Old WestburyOld WestburyOpenPublichttp://www.oldwestbury.edu/
Touro College and University SystemBay Shore, Central IslipOpenPrivatehttp://www.touro.edu/
Webb InstituteGlen CoveOpenPrivatehttp://www.webb.edu/
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