LIU Post (formally, the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University, and often referred to as C.W. Post)[1] is a private university in Brookville, New York. It is the largest campus of the private Long Island University system. The campus is named after breakfast cereal inventor Charles William Post, father of Marjorie Merriweather Post, who sold the property (which had been her Long Island estate known as Hillwood) to LIU in 1951 for $200,000 ($2,087,949 today). Three years after it acquired the property, LIU renamed it C.W. Post College in honor of Post's father. LIU Post is located on 307 acres (1.24 km2) of rolling hills in the Village of Brookville, New York (on Long Island's North Shore). The area is sometimes datelined as Greenvale, because there is no "Brookville" post office, and the school is in the zip code that is served by the Greenvale post office, which is to the west. "Greenvale" is also the name of the nearest Long Island Rail Road station. Humanities Hall and Life Sciences/Pell Hall are the main educational buildings on campus, and house most of the core curriculum classes. Classes are also held in Hoxie Hall, Roth Hall, Lorber Hall, the Theater Film and Dance building, Sculpture Studio, Crafts Center, Fine Arts Center, B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library, and the Kahn Discovery Center. Kumble Hall serves as the Student Services building and houses the Registrar, Bursar, Records and Registration, Financial Aid, Academic Counseling, and Professional Experience and Career Planning (PEP) offices.

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