Handbooks, Brochures and Pamphlets
Find what you’re looking for in these Adelphi University guides.
Below you’ll find an assortment of handbooks on student life and academics, plus brochures on student campus services and safety. Consult with your academic program, school or college of the University for individual guides that relate to the specifics of your program.
The University Bulletin is your online guide to academic programs and many of the University’s rules and regulations.
New Student Handbook
The New Student Handbook introduces freshman, transfer and international students to everything you need to know about your new life at Adelphi.
Guide to Student Life
The Guide to Student Life acquaints students with services, policies and opportunities. Above all, take full advantage of attending Adelphi and get involved in the life of the University.
Graduate and Adult Student Handbook
We have prepared this handbook to help answer the frequently asked questions which adult and graduate students have when getting started as an Adelphi student. Like many of our students, you are balancing both school and life demands and there may be matters unique to you.
International Student Guidebook
This guide will give you basic information about life at Adelphi University, in the local area and in the United States to help you make your adjustment to the U.S., as well as learn about the services provided by Adelphi’s Office of International Services.
Code of Conduct
The ability and freedom to teach, learn and develop depends upon appropriate opportunities and conditions on campus and in the greater community. The University has developed procedures and policies to safeguard this process and to maintain an environment conducive to learning.
If your college years are supposed to be a journey, then Academic Adelphi is the map to a successful first year at Adelphi. Academic Adelphi is your guide to planning your education at the University and is meant to save you time by providing the information that you will need during your undergraduate years, in one convenient place.
Graduate Assistant Handbook
This handbook provides information on policies, procedures, and resources related to graduate assistants and their employment. As a part of an effort to attract talented students, several types of positions are available to students working toward a graduate degree at Adelphi.
Our series of first-year programs and activities will help you find your way around campus, the academic community and student life, while building new, lasting friendships along the way.
Bridges to Adelphi
Students embarking on college life often feel lost and anxious. But for students with autism spectrum disorders, social anxiety disorders and other nonverbal learning disabilities, the college experience can be confusing and isolating.
Student Access Office Guides
The Student Guide contains information on the responsibilities of faculty and students, reasonable accommodations, documentation, testing arrangements, confidentiality, campus accessibility, the grievance procedures and the Student Counseling Center.
Learning Resource Program Guide
The Learning Resource Program is committed to one goal: guiding you toward a bright, successful future. We won’t let your language-based learning disability
or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) get in the way.
Title IX and Article 129-B
Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex or gender in federally funded education programs and activities.
Center for Student Involvement
The Center for Student Involvement is the hub of campus life at Adelphi University. The center houses a myriad of programs and activities, providing assistance to students from the first day of Orientation to the culmination of the Adelphi experience at Commencement.
The Health Services Center provides multiple avenues of health education and awareness to the University community. Under the direction of a nurse practitioner, RNs/EMTs are available round-the-clock to all registered students while school is in session.
The Interfaith Center offers students, faculty and staff opportunities to worship, enjoy mutual fellowship, discuss spiritual values, seek spiritual guidance and learn about all religious traditions. Participation is voluntary, and members of all faiths are welcome to all activities and services.
Residential Life and Housing
The Office of Residential Life and Housing creates an integrated academic and co-curricular environment for its residents by providing programs, services and facilities to contribute to the intellectual, social and cultural development of students.
Student Counseling Center
College can be a wonderful, but stressful experience. The Student Counseling Center offers a variety of services, including individual and group counseling, outreach and consultation, crisis intervention and referrals to both on- and off-campus resources.