On-Campus Living at Adelphi
Adelphi’s residence halls are more than just dorms—they’re communities.
Welcome to Adelphi’s residential communities, where students from all over the country—and the world—live, learn and grow together. Each of our seven residential communities offers support and convenience, as well as opportunities for personal growth, cultural exploration, and interaction with peers and staff.
About Our Halls
Adelphi offers students the option to choose from among seven distinctive residential communities. All of our halls offer you great amenities to make your college life fun and headache-free, including:
- Fully furnished rooms
- Large lounges with kitchens
- All-inclusive utilities
- Free Wi-Fi
- Made to order food in our dining halls
- Access to free events in your hall
- Resident Assistants to help you out
Close-knit community; mix of first-year and upper-class students. Chapman Hall is located near the Adelphi University baseball field and has four floors. Of these floors, one is designated only for women, two are co-ed, and one is gender inclusive. Each floor features multiple bathrooms.
Chapman HallChapman Hall has four floors, one of which is only for women, two of which are co-ed, and one is gender inclusive. 10 Photos
Active and diverse community; mostly upperclass students. This residence hall is one of the more active and diverse halls on campus. It includes the Honors College and its suites, the Student Organization Suite, Student Activities Board, Language Lab, Student Media Center, The Delphian, The Oracle, PAWS web radio and Works in Progress.
Earle HallThis residence hall is one of the more active and diverse halls on campus. 14 Photos
Very social community; mostly first-year students. Next to Linen Hall and New Hall, and near the William J. Bonomo Memorial Field (baseball). All floors have air conditioning and feature a lounge. Eddy Hall also houses our First Year Live in Learning Community. This features all students in the community taking a class together in the Fall that takes place in the residence hall.
The building was named in honor of Dr. Paul Dawson Eddy, the third president of Adelphi (1937–1965).
Eddy HallEddy Hall has three residential floors with a mix of coed and gender inclusive spaces. 8 Photos
Quiet and relaxed community. Linen Hall is located next to the University’s baseball field, and residents of Linen appreciate its quiet and relaxed atmosphere. Linen also houses our Nassau Community College students who live on campus.
Named after James A. Linen, a former chair of the Adelphi University Board of Trustees and former president of Time, Inc., Linen Hall has one floor for women and three for that are co-ed.
Linen HallLinen Hall, has one floor for women and three for both men and women. 10 Photos
Right on the Quad for fun, first-year living. Conveniently located mid campus, Waldo and Earle Hall share the quad, which is a favorite area among residents and hosts many activities throughout the year. Waldo Hall is also home to the Health Services Center.
The hall is named in honor of Ruth Fanshaw Waldo, one of the first women executives in American advertising and former secretary of the Adelphi University Board of Trustees.
Waldo HallWaldo Hall has four floors: two for men and two for women. 18 Photos
Residence Hall A
Landscaped courtyard for socializing; mostly upper-class students. Residence Hall A, which opened in the fall of 2003, is a state-of-the-art building located adjacent to Swirbul Library and near the softball and baseball fields. Each room features a semi-private bathroom attached to the room and individual climate control including air conditioning.
Other features include lounges on every floor and a gracious landscaped courtyard opening onto the campus. Located on the lower level of the Residence Hall are the University Library Archives and Special Collections.
Residence Hall AThis state-of-the-art building is located adjacent to Swirbul Library and is near the softball and baseball fields. 15 Photos
Residence Hall B
State-of-the-art living; mostly upper-class students. Residence Hall B opened in Fall 2011, featuring environmentally sensitive design, its heating and cooling systems are powered using geothermal technology, and houses our Greek and Social Fellowship floor. Each room features a semi-private bathroom attached to the room and individual climate control including air conditioning.
The building is located between Hall A and Eddy Halls, adding to the residential section of the campus offering students great views from top floor lounges of baseball games played on the nearby William J. Bonomo Memorial Field.