Division of Student Affairs

Student Affairs Publications

Cover of New Student Handbook New Student Handbook

The New Student Handbook is designed to introduce freshman, transfer, and international students to everything you need to know about your new life at Adelphi.

New Student Handbook (PDF 6.5MB)

2013–2014 Guide to Student Life Guide to Student Life

The Guide to Student Life is here to acquaint students with services, policies, and opportunities. Above all, take full advantage of attending Adelphi and get involved in the life of the University.

Guide to Student Life (PDF 4.8MB)

Adelphi Parent Handbook Parent Handbook

At Adelphi, we want to help students make good choices about academics and the activities in which they participate, and good choices for their lives and careers beyond Adelphi. The Parent Handbook provides resources to help you guide your student during the college experience.

Parent Handbook (PDF 5.4MB)

Cover of "International Student Guidebook" International Student Guidebook

This guidebook will give you basic information about life at Adelphi University, in the local area, and in the United States to help you make your adjustment to the U.S. and learn about the services provided by Adelphi's Office of International Student Services.

International Student Guidebook (PDF 2.6MB)

Center for Student Involvement brochure Center for Student Involvement

CSI is the hub of campus life at Adelphi University. The Center houses a myriad of programs and activities, providing assistance to students from the first day of Orientation to the culmination of the Adelphi experience at Commencement.

Center for Student Involvement brochure (PDF 721KB)

Adelphi University Code of Conduct Adelphi University Code of Conduct

The ability and freedom to teach, learn, and develop depends upon appropriate opportunities and conditions in the classroom, in the residence hall, elsewhere on campus, and in the greater academic community. The University has developed procedures and policies to safeguard this process and to maintain an environment conducive to the learning process.

Code of Conduct (PDF 418KB)

Download the Bridges

Bridges to Adelphi

Students embarking on college life often feel lost and anxious. But for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Social Anxiety Diosrders, and other nonverbal learning disabilities, the college experience can be confusing and isolating.

Bridges to Adelphi brochure (PDF 1MB)

Bias Crimes: What Every Adelphi Student Needs to Know Bias Crimes: What Every Adelphi Student Needs to Know

Bias crimes (aka hate crimes) are criminal acts committed by an individual(s) motivated by a bias against the victim's age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, religious practice, or sexual orientation.

Bias Crimes brochure (PDF 111KB)

Domestic Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking: What Every Adelphi Student Needs to Know Domestic Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking: What Every Adelphi Student Needs to Know

Domestic violence and intimate partner violence offenses which exhibit a pattern of coercive tactics, including physical, psychological, sexual, economic, and emotional abuse.

Violence Brochure (PDF 115KB)

Cover of Sexual Assault Brochure Sexual Assault: What Every Adelphi Student Needs to Know

Sexual assault describes all forms of sexual violence against male and female victims by force or threat of force and without consent.

Sexual Assault Brochure (111KB)

Cover of 2011-2012 Disability Support Services brochure Disability Support Services brochure

The Office of Disability Support Services assists student with disabilites in accessing the variety of resources available at Adelphi University. Our mission is to ensure that student with disabilities have equal access to all aspects of university life.

Disability Support Services brochure (PDF 139KB)

Cover of The EXCEL Mentors Program brochure The EXCEL Program

EXCEL is an acronym for Entering Students Excelling through the Contribution of Experience Leaders. Mentors live ont he same floor as the first-year students and are available to assist them with their transition to college life.

EXCEL brochure (PDF 3.10MB)

Commuter Services brochure Commuter Services brochure

Adelphi is committed to ensuring that each commuter student feels engaged and connected to the University from their first days on campus. The Commuter Assistant Program matches incoming commuter students with seasoned upperclassmen to help in the transition to Adelphi.

Commuter Services brochure (PDF 1.8MB)

Cover of 2011-2012 Health Services brochure Health Services brochure

The Adelphi Health Servies Center provides multiple avenues of health education and awareness to the University Community. The Center is under the direction of a Nurse Practitioner. RNs/EMTs are available 24 hours a day to all registered students while school is in session.

Health Services brochure (PDF 815MB)

Cover of 2011201I2 nterfaith Center brochure Interfaith Center brochure

The Interfaith Center offers students, faculty and staff opportunities to worship, enjoy mutual fellowship, discuss spiritual values, seek spiritual guidance, and learn about all religious traditions. Participation is voluntary, and members of all faiths are welcome to all activities and services.

Interfaith Center brochure (PDF 160KB)

Cover of 2011-2012 Residential Life and Housing brochure Residential Life and Housing brochure

The Office of Residential Life and Housing seeks to create an integrated academic and cocurricular environment for its residents by providing programs, services, and facilities to contribue to the intellectual, social and cultural development of students.

Residential Life and Housing brochure (PDF 119KB)

Cover of 2011-2012 Student Counseling Center brochure Student Counseling Center brochure

College can be a wonderful, but stressful experience. The Student Counseling Center offers a variety of services, including individial and group counseling, outreach and consultation, crisis intervention, and referrals to both on- and off-campus resources.

Student Counseling Center brochure (PDF 163KB)

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Contact
For additional information, please contact:

Division of Student Affairs
University Center, Room 108
Adelphi University
P.O. Box 701
Garden City, NY 11530-0701
p - 516.877.3660
f - 516.877.3148
e - divisionofstudentaffairs@adelphi.edu


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