Located in Garden City, New York, Adelphi University is situated on a peaceful seventy-five acre campus about forty-five miles from New York City and only a few minutes away from Long Island’s parks, beaches, and social hotspots. The school also has centers in Hauppauge, the Hudson Valley and Manhattan. The campus is a registered aboretum with over sixty different species of bushes and trees and is within an easy walk of wonderful restaurants, museums, shopping venues, and banks.
There are over eighty student organizations and an active Greek presence on campus. Students regularly participate in community service activities, field trips and cultural activities. There is also a student-run media program and several academic honor societies.
The university has numerous unique programs that are focused on removing barriers so that students who wish to receive a quality, innovative education may do so. One of these programs is the University College which provides working adults with the opportunity to work around their busy schedules and earn a degree. The program has online, day, evening, and weekend classes. Another program is the Learning Disabilities Program which uses individualized and structured programs in order to encourage independence and help students with learning disabilities meet their educational goals.
Graduates have gone on to become Olympic medalists, best selling authors, Pulitzer Prize winners and professional athletes. The campus is steeped in history and provides students with every tool that they could possibly need to succeed including state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, award winning professors and free access to student and career counseling.