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    “Looking back, I see that Adelphi changed my life in a lot of ways. Due to the small class size, I was able to develop personal relationships with faculty, which allowed me to participate in ways that I would not have been able to had I attended a larger institution.”

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    “The mentorship I received as an Adelphi student was unparalleled. Adelphi is a special place, one that has left an indelible mark on my life. I am forever grateful for the opportunity to call this institution my alma mater.”

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    “At Adelphi I was able to find things that brought me joy as well as challenged me both mentally and personally. Groups such as Christian Fellowship and Student Government enriched my time at Adelphi in ways I will never forget”

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    “I have an incredibly strong support network because of Adelphi. I know that if I ever needed advice in my personal or professional life or guidance on research for my own job, I could contact any one of the spectacular women I had the opportunity to learn from in the political and sociology departments.”

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    “Adelphi has been the constant behind all of my successes. It has opened so many doors of opportunity for me.”

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    “Adelphi has inspired me, developed me, challenged me, supported me, and gifted me with an inimitable network of friends, mentors, and colleagues.”

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    “I believe that Adelphi has provided me with the educational and professional opportunities that have allowed me to pursue my dream of becoming a clinical psychologist. I would not be where I am today without Adelphi.”

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    “Because of the amazing educational experience and support I received as an undergraduate, there was no question I would return to Adelphi to complete my master’s degree.”

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    “Adelphi changed my life because of the people that it placed in it…there are relationships that I made at Adelphi that supported me every step of the way in college, and still do to this day. I truly cannot imagine life without them, as they continue to hold me, lift me, and push me to be the best possible version of myself.”

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    “The memories, opportunities, relationships, experience and, of course, education I received at Adelphi helped shape me into the person I am today. Adelphi will always be a part of me, and I will always be a part of it.”

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    “Adelphi paved the way for me to be able to do a job that is so much more than just a job.”

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    “Adelphi gave me the opportunity to come to New York and start a brand new life. I can’t imagine who I would be if it weren’t for all the incredible experiences I was able to create at Adelphi.”

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    “Adelphi made me understand my hidden potential.”

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    “Adelphi was my home away from home. I have so many great memories from the four years that I spent there.”

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    “Adelphi laid the foundation for the work that I am able to do today and the impact that I plan to make tomorrow.”

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    “Adelphi has educated me, sustained me, challenged me, built me up, and has forever enriched my life with an extraordinary network of friends, mentors, and colleagues. Vita sine litteris mors est!”

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    “My time at Adelphi set the foundation for me to become a litigator and give back to my community.”

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    “Adelphi made me realize that you don't have to fit in a box and it's good to try new things. If there is something that you believe in, but for some reason the path isn't there or resources are unavailable, you create it.”

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    “Adelphi set me on my career path.”

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    “I love Adelphi. It created so many beautiful opportunities and helped me become the man I am today.”

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    A trainer at Global Trauma Research Inc. and co-facilitator for Radical Social Workers Clinical Workgroup, she is helping people create a secure and maintainable lifestyle by means of education, counseling and spirituality in health.

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    An engineer for Turner Construction Company, he is the youngest member and only African American to assist in construction of the tallest modular building in the world.

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    Chief resident at New York University-Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center, he has given talks on prevention of pancreatic and prostate cancers and is a mentor for high school students who are interested in medicine.

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    She realized that biochemistry didn't make her heart sing—but acting did. She was Miss Black USA 2016, a celebrity advocate for the Heart Truth campaign, and a goodwill ambassador to the Republic of Sierra Leone, Cuba and Jamaica.

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    A consultant at the Boston Consulting Group and a CPA, Eze is a part of the Selfless4Africa organization, a nonprofit with a vision for an Africa where all children are able to attain formal primary and secondary school education, regardless of their family’s income or social status.

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    A communications consultant, writer, public speaker and disability rights activist, she chose to pursue a career in the disability field. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, HuffPost, SELF, The Washington Post and U.S. News & World Report.

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    A psychology intern at Lenox Hill Hospital, she worked in Africa as a psychological consultant with Save the Children International on initiatives surrounding orphans and vulnerable children.

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    Attorney and counselor at law at The Law Offices of Cory H. Morris, he opened his own law firm, which focuses on foreclosure litigation, general litigation matters, personal injury, criminal and civil rights litigation.

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    Digital content producer for Ad Age, she has a passion for on-camera reporting, video production and social media that allows her to use multimedia storytelling to engage audiences in fresh, fun and creative ways.

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    A registered nurse at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, she sat on numerous unit- and hospital-based committees and was co-chair of the hospital’s Organ Donation Committee.

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