About the College of Nursing and Public Health
We are qualified caregivers serving our communities.
The comprehensive education in Adelphi’s College of Nursing and Public Health is grounded in practice, delivery, innovation and efficiency. We serve the community at large, and are dedicated to providing students with the skills, knowledge and specialized training to succeed as leaders in the field. Take a closer look at what makes us successful.
Our undergraduate population includes 1,648 students 1,577 full time, 71 part time), and our graduate programs have 431 students (35 full time, 396 part time). Students study and practice in a state-of-the-art building that opened in Fall 2015.
Flexible and Convenient Scheduling
Adelphi offers accelerated semesters, an online RN to BS in Nursing Program and day, evening and weekend classes throughout the year.
In most programs, each student is assigned to a core group, which moves through the curricula and courses together to share ideas, knowledge and experiences.
Practical Experience and Clinical Training
Valuable mentoring and experiential learning opportunities in healthcare supplement rigorous course work to strengthen the overall experience.
Dedicated Education Units (DEUs)
Through partnerships with area hospitals, Adelphi students are immersed in the field, taking dedicated education at such locations as St. Francis Hospital and North Shore University Hospital.