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Student Life

Accessibility Support Services

The listings below are available specifically to Adelphi students with documented disabilities.

We also invite our students to take part in all aspects of student life

Academic Accommodations and Adjustments for Students with Disabilities

Students who wish to use these services must submit a completed petition.

Accessible Classrooms and Campus

Information about building access ramps and accessible classrooms.

Assistive Technology

Specialized equipment to aid in learning for a variety of disabilities, including low vision and d/Deaf/HOH.

Dietary Modification/Food Allergy

Guidance to students who are presenting with food allergies and are requesting dietary modifications.

Extended Test Time

Complete your tests, on your time.

Reasonable Flexibility to Attendance Policy

Federal law requires colleges and universities to consider reasonable modification of attendance policies if required to accommodate a student’s disability.

Requesting Services

Sign language interpreting services can be arranged for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Residential Life and Housing Accommodation

On-campus housing accommodations for those with documented disabilities.

Audience: Resident Students | Categories: Housing and Dining

Scholarships and Financial Aid Resources

Find information about Adelphi University’s scholarships and financial aid programs, as well as financial aid opportunities specific to students with disabilities.

Categories: Accessibility Support

Sign Language Interpreters

Sign language interpreting services can be arranged for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

If you are attending an on-campus event and require an accommodation based on a disability, or need to request an ASL interpreter, please contact the office by phone at 516.877.3145 or email at Please allow for a reasonable time frame prior to the event; we suggest a minimum of five business days.


For further information, please contact:

Student Access Office
p – 516.877.3806
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