Accepted Graduate Students

Accepted Graduate Students

Secure your seat at Adelphi by the deadline in your acceptance letter. If there is no listed date within your acceptance letter, we recommend submitting your deposit before the August 24, 2020 priority deposit deadline.

Once You’ve Been Accepted—Your Next Steps

We know you have a lot to think about right now, so you and your family might have additional questions about our programs, scholarships and financial aid, campus housing and other topics important in the decision-making process.

Get to know your campus. 

We invite you to tour our scenic campus, whether for your first or a follow-up visit, in person or online. We’ll show you around and answer your questions about academic and campus life. Even if you’ve been here before, setting foot on our gorgeous campus after you’ve been accepted allows you to experience campus from a different perspective. Many students report falling in love with Adelphi the moment they set foot on campus; we hope you do too.

Connect With Your Future Classmates

Use social media to get in touch with other graduate students, and join our Graduate Student Council once you start at Adelphi!

Explore On-Campus Housing

Each of our residential communities offers support and convenience and allows you to live, learn and grow with other students.

After You've Paid Your Deposit

You will be sent a welcome email to the email address you used to apply with. This email contains a unique one time use URL that will allow you to create a password for your new student eCampus account.

Depending on the method of payment, it may take up to five business days after you’ve submitted your deposit to gain access to the eCampus portal.

Class registration is open for Summer and Fall 2020 classes. 

Please note: You will not be allowed to attend class and may be withdrawn from the University unless these forms are on file with Health Services.

Before the fall semester, new graduate students are invited to attend an orientation prepared for their respective school or department.

Get to know your financial aid options.

Applying for financial aid (which starts with completing your FAFSA) and learning what grants, scholarships, loans, student employment and other funding options you're eligible for is one of the most important steps you can take to determine the affordability of Adelphi. You’ll have a clearer picture of your personal out-of-pocket expenses vs. the listed tuition price. Between scholarships, grants, loans and on-campus employment, we’ll help you make an Adelphi education affordable.

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