Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Undergraduate Enrollment: 5,205
Tuition: $35,740 (includes fees)
Room and Board: $14,052
Profile: Total Enrollment: 7,687
Programs:COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS: Anthropology (Cultural/Medical, Archaeology, Physical/Forensic), Art: Art & Design Education, Art: Art History, Art: Fine Arts (Ceramics, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture), Art: Graphic Design, Art: Studio Art (Ceramics, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture), Education, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Communications (Journalism and Public Relations, Media Studies, Digital Production and Cinema Studies), Computer & Management Information Systems, Computer Science (Game, Development, Information, Security), Criminal Justice, Dance, English (Literature, Creative Writing), Environmental Studies, French, History, Interdisciplinary Studies; Languages, Literatures & Cultures; Latin American Studies, Mathematics, Music, Music Education, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Theatre Arts: Acting, Theatre Arts: Design Technology. COLLEGE OF NURSING AND PUBLIC HEALTH
UNDERGRADUATE MAJOR: Nursing.
GORDON F. DERNER INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES
UNDERGRADUATE MAJOR: Neuroscience, Psychology.
ROBERT B. WILLUMSTAD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS: Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing.
RUTH S. AMMON SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS: Adolescent Education (S.T.E.P.), Childhood Education (S.T.E.P.), Communication Sciences & Disorders (Audiology, Communication Disorders, Speech-Language Pathology, Speech-Language Sciences and Disorders), Exercise Science, Physical Education (Sport-Based Youth Development, Teaching Adapted Physical Education), Physical Education/Health Education, Sport Management, Bilingual/TESOL (S.T.E.P.).
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK
UNDERGRADUATE MAJOR: Social Work.
UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS: Business, Criminal Justice, Emergency Services Administration, Fine Arts, Liberal Studies, Literature, Natural Sciences, Psychology, Social Sciences. FIVE-YEAR BACHELOR’S/MASTER'S PROGRAMS
Accounting/Management, Nursing, Psychology, Scholar Teacher Education Program (S.T.E.P.): Childhood Education, Adolescent Education; TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages).
DUAL AND JOINT DEGREE PROGRAMS
Dentistry (with New York University College of Dentistry), Engineering (with Columbia University), Environmental Studies (with Columbia University), Law (with Albany Law School), Medicine (with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine or Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine), Optometry (with SUNY College of Optometry), Physical Therapy (with New York Institute of Technology or New York Medical College), Podiatry (with New York College of Podiatric Medicine), Veterinary Medicine (with Ross University). SPECIAL PROGRAMS
Bridges to Adelphi, General Studies, Freshman Learning Community, Honors College, Learning Resource Program, Levermore Global Scholars, Scholar Teacher Education Program (S.T.E.P.).
Special Features: Adelphi awarded approximately $96 million in financial assistance to undergraduate students. Merit scholarships in performing arts, athletics and community service, residential scholarships and need-based aid are also available. 98.8 percent of Adelphi full-time freshmen receive some form of financial aid. The average financial aid package awarded per undergraduate student is $21,500. Special programs include, among others: the Honors College; joint degree programs in dentistry, engineering, environmental studies, law, medicine, optometry, physical therapy, podiatry, and veterinary studies; study abroad; the Learning Resource Program; Bridges to Adelphi (a program for students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder; the General Studies Learning Community (for students whose academic records do not reflect their full academic potential); and the Levermore Global Scholars program. The student/faculty ratio is 10:1 and average class size is 21.
Minimum GPA: 2.3
Transfer Admissions Contact: Christina Koromi, Director of Transfer Admissions