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    Dear Students and Families, As we approach the Spring 2021 semester at Adelphi, we recognize that our students and families are anxious to plan ahead. We are monitoring all the latest information from our health and government officials and will continue to provide you with the most current instructions, as they evolve. Gov. Andrew Cuomo…

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    Dear Adelphi Community, Travel is known to increase the risk of spreading illness. As you prepare for travel before the Thanksgiving holiday, please adopt a “know before you go” approach. Testing will be required of all residential students prior to leaving campus. If you are a faculty or staff member, or a student living off…

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    Dear Panthers, I want to thank you for doing your part to keep our community safe so far this semester—with few exceptions, students have been careful and responsible, which has allowed us to continue to be together on campus without interruption. This year, Halloween falls on a Saturday. I understand that in an ordinary year…

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    Dear Adelphi Community, Following extensive conversations with members of the Adelphi community and consideration of public health recommendations, we’re writing to update you on our plans for the Winter and Spring 2021 terms, including changes planned for Spring Break. As a reminder: Winter Intersession will take place from Monday, January 4, to Friday, January 22,…

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    Dear Adelphi Community, As we pass the midsemester mark, I would like to share an update on the ongoing efforts to protect the health and well-being of our University family. Thanks to all of you, our positive COVID-19 cases have remained well below 1 percent of our on-campus population. COVID-19 Dashboard Our COVID-19 dashboard launched in mid-September…

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    Dear Adelphi Community, Thank you for your continued help in keeping the Adelphi University community safe. Because of the safety measures in place, we’ve been able to keep our positivity rate below 1 percent. This is a friendly reminder that you can help protect your safety and the safety of everyone in our community by…

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    Dear Panthers, We have been working hard to reopen our facilities at the Center for Recreation and Sports (CRS), with a variety of new policies and procedures in line with local and state health requirements, keeping our Adelphi community safe and healthy. You will notice: Changes to equipment placement Plexiglass barriers at check-in desks New…

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    Dear Panthers, It has come to my attention that more than 20 Adelphi students were present at a recent off-campus event that appeared to contradict New York state health guidelines and our University’s social distancing protocols and Pledge to Protect. The University takes this matter seriously and the issue is now being investigated. Since that…

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    Dear Adelphi community, As we begin week three of the fall semester, we can be reassured by the measures that our community has taken to keep our faculty, staff and students safe. The personal responsibility and behaviors displayed by each of you are helping to protect each other’s health, safety and well-being. As we see…

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    Dear Adelphi Family, Welcome back to Adelphi for Fall 2020—a semester that is unique in so many ways. Adelphi delivers an outstanding, innovative and flexible academic experience. In keeping our promise of delivering a world-class academic experience, we have spent the last several months preparing for this pivotal moment in Adelphi’s 124-year history. At long…

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    Dear Colleagues, In reopening our campus, the entire Adelphi community has worked tirelessly to ensure our faculty, staff and students enter a safe campus and classroom environment focused on two critical goals: Protecting our community’s health, safety and well-being Upholding our mission to deliver academic excellence The challenges we face are unprecedented, evolving and serious.…

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    Dear Panthers, As we prepare to start Fall 2020 classes and rejoin one another on campus and online, I welcome you to a new semester — one unlike any we have ever experienced here at Adelphi. This email will help you plan and understand your personal responsibility to help us all avoid the spread of COVID-19 and…

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    The Town of Hempstead has awarded Adelphi University a $2 million grant to aid reopening efforts. The town's contribution is part of funds received from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, helping offset unexpected costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Dear Students, Adelphi is preparing our community and campus for a safe and responsible reopening for the Fall 2020 semester. As a MANDATORY first step before you return to campus, all residential students, international students and students from a restricted state (according to the New York State COVID-19 Travel Advisory) are required to complete a…

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    Parents and families, A few moments ago, the below email was shared with your students from our Office of Residential Life and Housing. This message contains important information about the upcoming move-in process and residential life on campus for the fall semester. As you review the guidance provided, please do not hesitate to reach out…

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    Dear Adelphi Community, As we shared in our June 26 message to campus, our plans for the start of the fall semester and partial reopening are moving forward swiftly and thoughtfully. On July 15, we confidently submitted Adelphi’s Master Restart Plan in Response to COVID-19 to New York State. Our faculty and staff are actively working around the clock…

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    The Council of Presidents of the Northeast-10 Conference voted unanimously on Thursday, July 16, to suspend all NE10-sponsored competition and championships through December 31 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Dear Students, As we prepare for our return to campus this fall, we recognize that many of you are anxious to learn more about your classes and what the semester will look like in the months ahead. Our faculty has been working tirelessly to ensure that your educational experience will continue this fall at the…

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    Reyna Machado, Director of the Adelphi Breast Cancer Program and volunteer Julie Bickar Nappi of Garden City participated in an interview for News 12. They discussed why you should not put off your routine health screenings, even during the coronavirus pandemic. Watch interview

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    Dear Students and Families, As we prepare for a safe and responsible return to Adelphi’s campus for Fall 2020, we want to share information and guidance about the University’s dining options, meal plans and the protocols we have put in place to ensure the health and safety of our community. You have likely read in…

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    In an interview, K.C. Rondello, MD, clinical associate professor in Adelphi’s College of Nursing and Public Health—and national authority on disaster epidemiology—discusses the coming year.

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    What might students expect when campus reopens? Our Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students R. Sentwali Bakari, PhD, explains.

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    Mammography screening saves lives. Every year, mammograms reduce breast cancer mortality by 40 percent and cancers are often detected in earlier stages. However, both nationally and locally, there has been a considerable decrease in preventative cancer screenings due to COVID-19 pandemic shut downs. “We understand that feeling hesitant or fearful about obtaining a screening during this time is normal,”…

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    Throughout these past several weeks, we have continued to define our University's plans for a safe, in-person reopening this coming fall. We all look forward to safely being together again on campus.

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    Over the past several weeks, Adelphi's leadership, faculty and staff have been actively preparing for our Fall 2020 semester. We are anxious to welcome you back but are mindful that we must do so in a safe and healthy way.

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    Admission to Adelphi University will become standardized-test-optional for current high school juniors applying for admission this coming year, recognizing the difficulty of taking SATs or ACTs during the pandemic.

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    In less than one week, we received more than 1,000 applications for assistance, totaling more than $3.4 million in requests.

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    As we look ahead, I'd like to give an update on our plans for the fall semester and share the important factors that will guide our University's decisions moving forward.

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    If you are experiencing critical financial hardships as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we invite you to apply here for support from the emergency fund.

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    Here are some of the ways that our Adelphi University family is helping to support each other, our first responders and neighbors during this unprecedented public health crisis.

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