Campus Advisory Classes are in session remotely through the end of spring semester. Our satellite centers in Manhattan, Hudson Valley and Suffolk County are closed; however, all staff and units are accessible remotely. Adelphi's Garden City campus is operational with only essential personnel on-site. » COVID-19 Response
 
 
 

Coronavirus Updates on Operations: Department or campus operations may be modified during this time. Please call or email the department for more information or visit adelphi.edu/coronavirus.

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Coronavirus Information and Status at Adelphi University


All Adelphi University classes are being delivered in an online format through the end of the Spring 2020 semester.

We are just as committed to safeguarding our community’s health as we are dedicated to meeting our academic responsibilities to our students and their progress toward their degrees. View a comprehensive listing of resources to guide you through the semester.

Our staff and faculty continue to go above and beyond to support our students’ success during this very challenging time.

For now, all administrative offices will remain open and operational at Adelphi, though shifting to a primarily online workforce, relying on a mix of remote employees and only essential on-site employees to ensure continued operations. Please call or email the department or campus service before making an in-person visit.  

We are actively monitoring the coronavirus issue and developments around the world and especially here at home. To be prepared for all possibilities, our leadership, administration and emergency management experts have formed a working team with representatives from all our University functions. The team meets regularly to quickly address this rapidly evolving situation and to respond to any potential impact on our University and community. Our team continues to make well informed decisions, prioritizing the safety, health, and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff.

» Please see the latest campus communications on coronavirus


Frequently Asked Questions About the Coronavirus

The coronavirus issue is an evolving situation, and updates are available from the New York State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), including updated Travel Notices for countries with community transmission.

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ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

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Protecting Your Health and Taking Precautions

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Travel and Study Abroad Policies

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University Operations, Events and Resources

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Employee Guidance, Human Resources and Student Employment

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Purchasing Guidance for Employees

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Payment Processing Guidance for Employees

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Classroom and Academic Support for Students

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Classroom and Academic Support for Faculty

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Residential Life, Dining Services and Recreation

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Student Life and Counseling Services

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International Students, Scholars and Visas

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Contingency Planning & Leaders of the Threat Assessment Team

Our leadership, administration and emergency management experts are actively working to address this rapidly evolving situation and to respond to any potential impact on our University and community. Our Threat Assessment Team is under the leadership and expertise of Dr. Sentwali Bakari, Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students and Gene Palma, Chief Administrative Officer and Associate Vice President.

Several subgroups are meeting regularly to ensure business continuity in the event of a disruption to University operations. Each sub-group is led by a team of professionals:

  • Academics – Executive Lead, Steve Everett and Communication Lead, Cara Terzulli
  • University Operations – Executive Lead, Jim Perrino and Communication Leads, Laura Kern and Jennifer Blazevich
  • Residential Life, Dining Services, Health Services, & Athletics – Executive Lead, Sentwali Bakari and Communication Lead, Joe De Gearo
  • Staging – Executive Leads, Sentwali Bakari and Jacqueline Jones LaMon and Communication Leads, Nicole Guadino and Todd Wilson
  • Communications – Executive Leads, Kristen Capezza, Maggie Yoon Grafer, and Jaci LaMon and Communication Leads, Diane Moser and Kate McDowell
  • Admissions & Financial Aid – Executive Lead, Kristen Capezza, Communication Lead, Dorey Veron
  • Government Relations – Executive and Communication Lead, Maggie Yoon Grafer
  • University Governance – Executive Lead, President Christine Riordan, Communication Lead, Gina Debold

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Should you have any questions, we encourage you to reach out to the above individuals or email executiveleadership@adelphi.edu.


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