Adelphi University Reviews
My experience at Adelphi University was certainly full of life-changing experiences. From my classes, to work experience, to extracurriculars, I learned a lot about the person that I was and who I wanted to be. Ill start with talking about my classes. I was an International Studies major with a focus on Political Science and Spanish, and part of the Levermore Global Scholars Program. My professors were all wonderful. I learned from intelligent and motivated individuals who were all still practicing in their field of study. I had experiential learning opportunities, like participating in the International Model UN program in NYC. While I didnt take advantage of them in school, there were a number of academic supports on campus. In regards to work, I held a part-time job in the admissions office all four years of college, which led to my working there full-time right after graduation. Both in my undergraduate experience and post-grad, I learned how to advocate for myself and seek opportunities. The Office of Admissions was open to creating the first undergraduate Intern program during my senior year, building a multicultural recruitment arm during my first year as a full-time employee, and seeking new areas for recruitment. There was a lot to learn around the inner workings of a university, which were challenging when they did not fully align with my beliefs, especially for someone like me who worked hard and fought for students rights and advocacy. While this was difficult, it was a learning experience. This leads me to the next topic- extracurriculars! Adelphi has a ton of student activities to get involved in that help to provide tremendous leadership skills. This is where I really started to exercise using my voice and where I really developed my passion around supporting underrepresented and marginalized peoples. As I mentioned, I was a very vocal student on campus, especially as one of few students of color. I would want future students to know that even though you may have these experiences, you do have a voice on this campus, and there are faculty and staff that are there to support you along the way. Lastly, I have to mention that during my four years at Adelphi, I met my friends of a lifetime, and could not imagine life any other way. For all of this, I am incredibly grateful to the university.
The campus is beautiful and the faculty is great. The professors are very knowledgeable and are always available in office hours to help. There are also a lot of opportunities to get involved on campus to make your experience there much more entertaining. v
My undergraduate was also from Adelphi, I liked the quaint intimate feeling it provided
This program was pretty good. I went to the satellite location so I really can't speak about the campus. It was quite expensive.
Adelphi is a fairly small school which gives students an opportunity to not only make long lasting connections with peers an fellow classmates but also receive attentive one on one help from professors. Adelphi offers many amazing opportunities for all students and is dedicated to making sure their students have a wonderful experience and are well equipped for the work force upon graduation.
Adelphi University has an amazing social work department. The professors and other faculty are so involved in helping their students see thier full potential and seeing where they fit in in the field of social work. They offer multiple opportunities to be trained in different area for example the have offered in the past mental health trainings, child abuse trainings, and domestic violence training that I could contest to. The only difficulty I have faced was financial aid. As you may know the school is very expensive and I had a hard time getting them to help.