We’ll be holding information sessions for prospective Palmer students here in Manhattan at NYU’s Bobst Library on the following dates:
Tuesday, Oct. 7
Wednesday, Nov. 5
Monday, Dec. 8
All sessions will be held from 6-7 pm on the 2nd floor in the Avery Fisher Center. Hope to see you there!
Please see this application for details on the Andrew Ippolito Scholarship. Applications are due by Oct. 1.
The H.W. Wilson Foundation, in keeping with its ongoing tradition since the spring of 2004, has donated $10,000.00 for the Palmer School to distribute as student scholarships.
Apply now for the H.W. Wilson Foundation Scholarship!
Please be sure to check the Fall 2014 link on this blog for details on Post, Manhattan and Brentwood classrooms, textbook requirements, ID’s, and so on. These pages will be updated as classrooms, textbooks, etc., are posted, so check back frequently!
For details on graduation procedures and commencement day please see this page.
Please contact us if you have any unanswered questions about our program. For questions related to taking classes at LIU Post, please email firstname.lastname@example.org; for classes in Manhattan offered at NYU’s Bobst Library, email email@example.com. We will be happy to help!
Did you know that we keep copies of course evaluations at all of our locations? If you need help deciding on a course, drop by and read some comments from students who have previously taken the course. The concentrations page on this blog fully describes our concentrations and their recommended/required courses.
Fill out an advising worksheet to help track your progress! Page 2 has course recommendations for Archives and Records Management and Rare Books and Special Collections.
If you want general advice on which courses are best to take based on your current interests, please make an appointment with an advisor!
Wondering if you should take that elective? Need to figure out your workload? Want to see what material is covered in a Palmer class? Just go to our Course Descriptions page under Classes to find and download current and past course descriptions and syllabi.