Summer at Adelphi

Summer at Adelphi

Jump into the Adelphi learning experience this summer. Choose from more than 200 online courses—all taught by world-class faculty who are dedicated to your success. Save money with this summer’s special discounts. And focus on the intensive classes you need to get ahead academically.

High School Students

High school students have a variety of opportunities to study at Adelphi over the summer as well as during the Spring and Fall semesters.

A Smart Summer Investment

Adelphi has significantly reduced this summer’s course rates to make it more affordable for you and your family. Reduced summer costs make summer at Adelphi the perfect place for current, prospective and visiting students to stay on track, catch up on classes or dive into new areas of interest.

Review all discounted summer costs

Benefits of Summer Classes

  • Small Classes, Personal Attention & Top Faculty
  • Priced for Accessibility & Affordability
  • Personalize Your Schedule to Match Your Interests

Register for your Adelphi Summer

Session I: May 26 – June 29, 2020

All Summer Session I courses will be delivered fully online.

Want to get a head start on the fall semester? Need to catch up on a course you missed? Visiting and interested in trying out an Adelphi class? Consider Adelphi Summer Session I. It’s fully online, so you can fulfill degree requirements from the comfort of home, take courses of interest outside your major; start a double major or a minor—or just focus on courses that may be more difficult during the regular semester.

Session II: July 6 – August 9, 2020

We will continue to monitor the guidance of our state and health officials to protect the health and well-being of our community.

Flexibility is required, as Adelphi can’t yet determine whether Session II will be on campus or online. Either way—taught remotely or taught live on campus—Session II, like Session I, will help you fulfill degree requirements, take courses outside your major; take on a double major or a minor—or concentrate on courses that may be more difficult.

Alternative Summer Schedule

Adelphi offers a number of courses that meet outside of set dates for Summer Sessions I and II. These courses are offered in various timeframes spanning May through August and at times, may be offered as condensed courses. Alternative summer courses are planned for remote delivery during the 2020 summer.

Learning Opportunities

High School Students

Find options for students entering grades 9-12 in a variety of fields. Starting Adelphi in Fall? Get a head start with our summer programs.

Adult Learners

Give yourself an edge with one of our short courses for professional development. Or, sit in on nearly any regular course at Adelphi—without the pressure of grades—for a reduced fee.

Micro Classes

Expand your knowledge and fulfill your intellectual curiosity through these lunchtime micro classes that bring the very best of Adelphi University directly to you—in a New York minute!

Bridges to Adelphi Launch Program

Students starting Adelphi in fall that are enrolled in the Bridges to Adelphi Program have the amazing opportunity to take a course during the summer and get a glimpse into what college life is like.

Jaggar Community Fellows Program

The Jaggar Community Fellows Program is a competitive, and often life-changing, paid summer internship for nongraduating students (first-year through graduate students).

The program is open to all majors and provides students with an opportunity to gain valuable experience in the nonprofit sector.

Additional Opportunities

There are plenty of specialized courses and camps for various age ranges taking place at Adelphi. Keep your elementary, middle or high school students active and engaged this summer.

Summer II Student Services - Office of Academic Services and Retention: We will continue to provide academic advisement remotely. Students can email to request virtual appointments. We will schedule open drop-in Zoom office hours.
Summer II Student Services - Information Technology (IT): Our dedicated Help Desk staff are available to help with all your IT needs. We will have several staff members on site to assist with classroom support and faculty training. To contact our team, please refer to the IT support page which provides a link to our Live Chat service as well as lists our hours of operation. The physical Help Desk will not be open to walk-ins/visitors for Summer II due to library closure. However, we will be able to hold virtual one on one meetings by appointment in addition to remote support.
Summer II Student Services - Learning and Writing Centers: The Learning and Writing Centers will continue to offer one on one and small group tutoring sessions online through our scheduling platform (WCOnline) accessed through E-Campus. Sessions may involve moving onto another platform--like Zoom or GoBoard--if those other platforms improve session efficacy, for example, by allowing screen-sharing or for better equation writing and graphing. No physical services are planned at this time.
Summer II Student Services - Libraries: Adelphi Libraries continue to support faculty and students remotely. For research assistance, please visit the Libraries web site and click on Ask or Meet with a Librarian. Questions about library accounts or access to physical materials can be sent to All Libraries are closed to patrons, but we have a limited number of staff on campus to process requests.
Summer II Student Services - Office of the Registrar:  All customer interactions occur remotely.  Customers can visit the Registrar web site and can contact us at  We have six essential employees who visit campus on a rotating basis to perform certain functions that cannot be performed remotely, but the office remains closed to the public.
Summer II Student Services - Student Financial Services: We have increased our essential employees from 5 to 11 and will continue to bring additional staff back to the office. Our blended approach will have some staff back in the office on a staggered work schedule and some staff members continuing to work remotely. The office is not open to visitors due to the tight office layout not meeting social distancing requirements and the lack of plexi-glass protective barriers necessary to meet with the public.

Summer Sessions at Adelphi


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