Long Island University Named a Best Business School for 16th Consecutive Year by Princeton Review


Brookville, N.Y. (Jan. 27, 2022) – Long Island University (LIU) is one of the nation’s most outstanding business schools, according to The Princeton Review®. The University was selected as a “Best Business School” for the 16th consecutive year.

The LIU School of Business is led by a prestigious faculty whose professional backgrounds include accomplishments at the highest levels of Wall Street and corporate finance. The School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, a distinction held by less than 5% of business schools worldwide.

“We are honored to be recognized as a ‘Best Business School’ for the 16th consecutive year,” said President Kimberly R. Cline. “The recognition is a testament to our expert faculty and LIU’s focus on experiential learning as we continue our proud tradition of educating some of the world’s top business leaders.”

Long Island University is well-known for graduating high-achieving business leaders. Alumni include Ray Dalio, founder of the world’s largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates; Howard Lorber, president and CEO of Vector Group Ltd; John Kanas, senior advisor to Carlyle and vice chairman of Carlyle Global Financial Services Partners; Jorge Perez, chairman and CEO of The Related Group; Gary Winnick, chairman and CEO of Winnick & Company; Al Kahn, marketer of Pokemon, Nintendo, Cabbage Patch Kids & Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; Steve Bandrowczak, president and COO of Xerox; John Utendahl, executive vice chairman of investment banking for Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Sarabeth Levine, founder and owner of Sarabeth’s restaurants; Beth Shaw, founder of YogaFit; Rob Arning, chairman of KPMG Foundation (Ret.); James Flanagan, vice chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers (Ret.); Thomas Buonaiuto, senior vice president and chief of staff at Flushing Bank; David Kline, executive vice president and CTO of News Corp; and Marilyn Nagel, co-founder of RISEQUITY.

“LIU takes great pride in the excellence of our business school,” said Vice President for Academic Affairs Edward Weis, who served Merrill Lynch as managing director in investment banking. “Our business and accounting programs are nationally recognized for their top teaching, research and job placement for students, and our dedicated faculty open doors for students through their professional connections in nearly every sector.”

The Princeton Review specifically ranks the top Master of Business Administration programs in the country. LIU students surveyed by The Princeton Review and sourced in the profile said the School of Business faculty are “always willing to clarify content and go the extra mile,” and the MBA program “makes you become more creative and competitive. I can see the big difference between my friends in other colleges. I feel gifted for being educated in this school.”