Small classes, top academics, student support: It adds up to a life-changing education. We’re committed to making that experience as accessible and affordable as possible.
File Your FAFSA for 2021–2022
The priority filing deadline for all continuing students is January 1, 2021.
A wise investment: An Adelphi education pays off with higher salaries.
Our personalized focus on your future success results in outstanding career outcomes: Our alumni rank in the top 10 percent for highest-paid graduates nationwide.
You’re thinking of attending Adelphi, and there’s one question that stands out in your mind: What’ll it cost? Explore these steps to help maximize the affordability of an Adelphi education. Our team of financial experts will help guide you throughout the process, from application to award letter.
Applying for Financial Aid at Adelphi
Getting Started: Complete the FAFSA
The FAFSA—or, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid—will help us determine which loan, grant, student employment and other types of aid are right for you.
Understanding Tuition and Fees
Calculating your out-of-pocket expenses is simple. Using our published tuition and fees and subtracting all scholarships, grants and loans will help you understand your out-of-pocket costs. This information will all be laid out on your personal financial aid award letter, and we’ll be ready to help walk you through it.
Types of Financial Aid
Generous Scholarships and Grants
Each year, Adelphi awards more than $80 million in need- and merit-based scholarship assistance to our students. Federal and state programs, as well as other sources, offer additional grants for qualified students.
Student Loan Programs
The U.S. Department of Education has a variety of student loan programs that offer you reasonable interest rates and flexible repayment terms. Additionally, many private lenders offer alternative student loans.
Campus Employment: Earn While You Learn
Hundreds of Adelphi students hold paid work-study positions across campus, from tech support and research labs to recreation. And our Jaggar Community Fellows Program can help you find a paid internship with a nonprofit group. Our Center for Career and Professional Development will help you explore employment opportunities on and off campus.
Financial Services Resources
The financial aid process varies based on your student status and level of study. Here are some additional resources to help you find what you need, whether you’re applying for aid for the first time or are a current student with questions about a bill. And, as always, you can contact us for help.