Adelphi maintains seven distinctive residential communities:
All of our halls are coeducational by either floor or wing, have common areas with TVs, kitchenettes with ranges, microwaves and sinks, vending machines and laundry facilities.
Located near the Adelphi University baseball field, Chapman Hall was renovated in 1999 and has four floors.
Of these floors, two are only for women and two are co-ed. Each floor features multiple bathrooms and the fourth floor has air conditioning. Chapman Hall is also home to the Green Living-Learning Community.
This residence hall is one of the more active and diverse halls on campus. It includes the Honors College and its suites, the Student Organization Suite, Student Activities Board, Language Lab, Student Media Center, The Delphian, The Oracle, P.A.W.S. Web radio, Works in Progress.
Named after one of the University’s most noted alumnae, Genevieve Beavers Earle, the first female member of the New York City Council. It houses both women and men, and is located near the Olmsted Theatre and Motamed Field. It shares the residential quad with Waldo Hall. Rooms on the fourth and first floors have air conditioning.
Named in honor of Dr. Paul Dawson Eddy, the third president of Adelphi (1937–1965), Eddy Hall has three coed residential floors.
Eddy is also home of the Greek Suites, located on the lower level.
Named after James A. Linen, a former chair of the Adelphi University Board of Trustees and former president of Time inc., Linen Hall has two floors for women and two for both men and women.
Linen Hall is located next to the University’s baseball field and its residents of Linen appreciate a quiet and relaxed atmosphere. Rooms on the fourth floor have air conditioning.
New Hall A, which opened in the fall of 2003, is a state-of-the-art building located adjacent to Swirbul Library and near the Janet l. Ficke Field (softball) and William J. Bonomo Memorial Field (baseball). Each room features a private bathroom and individual climate control including air conditioning.
Other features include lounges on every floor, a patio, and a gracious landscaped courtyard opening onto the campus. Located on the lower level of New Hall are the University Library Archives and Special Collections.
New Hall B opened in Fall 2011, featuring environmentally sensitive design and its heating and cooling systems are powered using geothermal technology. The building is located between New and Eddy Halls, adding to the residential section of the campus offering students great views from top floor lounges of baseball games played on the nearby William J. Bonomo Memorial Field. Designed by Fletcher Thompson, Damon G. Douglas built this latest addition to the Garden City campus.
Named in honor of Ruth Fanshaw Waldo, one of the first women executives in American advertising and former secretary of the Adelphi University Board of Trustees, Waldo hall has four floors: two for men and two for women. Conveniently located midcampus, Waldo and Earle Hall share the quad, which is a favorite area among residents and hosts many activities throughout the year. Waldo is also home to the Health Services Center. Rooms on the fourth floor have air conditioning.