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Tuesday 4.15.2014

National Application Center :: campus tours :: Adelphi University key facts

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Adelphi University

Adelphi University
1 South Avenue
Garden City, NY 11530

Official telephone: (516) 877-3000

Fax number: (516) 877-3296
Website: www.adelphi.edu
Adelphi University
Screen last updated on: February 2014
QUICK FACTS
Year established: 1896
Type of school: university, private (nonprofit)
Programs: 4-year undergraduate, graduate school
Religious affiliation: no
Campus enrollment: 7,859 students
Coeducational information: coeducational institution, founded as coeducational institution
Location description: in or near a large town (pop. 25,000-75,000)
Application fee: $40

CONTACT INFORMATION
Street address: Adelphi University
1 South Avenue
Garden City, NY 11530
Mailing address: Adelphi University
1 South Avenue
Garden City, NY 11530
Main telephone numbers: 516 877-3000
800 ADELPHI (toll free)
516 877-3296 (fax)

Adelphi University
CAMPUS LINKS
Main homepage: www.adelphi.edu
Graduate studies homepage: admissions.adelphi.edu/
inquiry/
index.php?cmd=undergrad
Campus map: www.adelphi.edu/visitors/
campus.php

QUICK CODES
SAT number: 2003
ACT number: 2664
FAFSA number: 002666
FICE number: 2666

CAMPUS SUMMARY
Adelphi is a private, multipurpose university. Founded as a boys' preparatory school, it became a college in 1896 and gained university status in 1963. Its 75-acre campus is located in western Long Island, 20 miles from New York City.