Auxiliary Services Adelphi University

Conference Services

Mission Statement
The Office of Conference Services strives to provide guests with a professional, comfortable, pleasant and efficient conference experience. We host a variety of events and activities to suit a diverse clientele. From summer sports camps to private business conferences, Adelphi University is an excellent venue to host an event. Our conference staff will work diligently to provide an exceptional experience. Our office embodies the principles of integrity and diversity in an ethical and professional business environment.

Convenient Location

Adelphi University’s beautiful 75-acre campus is conveniently located in the historic Village of Garden City on Long Island. The University is 20 miles east of New York City; minutes from all major Parkways; and about a half hour from both LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy International airports. The Long Island Railroad’s Nassau Boulevard Station, within walking distance to the University, provides convenient access between Adelphi and New York City’s Pennsylvania Station.


Adelphi University is a perfect setting for all types of events. Our classrooms, lecture halls, meeting rooms, performance spaces, recreational facilities, dining areas, and residence halls meet the needs of conference and meeting planners. The nearby Village of Garden City offers a charming shopping and dining experience while Roosevelt Field, one of the nation's largest shopping malls, is just minutes away. Long Island’s world famous wineries and beaches are a nearby attraction for visitors.

Find more information and directions in Adelphi's Visitor's Guide.

For additional information, please contact:

Angelo Gagliano
Assistant Director of Auxiliary Services and
Director of Conference Services

Ruth S. Harley University Center
p - 516.877.6042
f - 516.877.3606
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Rental inquiries can be mailed to:
Adelphi University
Office of Conference Services
301 University Center
One South Avenue
Garden City, New York 11530-0701

This page was last modified on December 15, 2010.
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