Students may choose from a variety of residential options in our seven residence halls on the Garden City campus, including several available room types and special residential communities. Adelphi also attempts to provide special accommodations to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
Please note that the cost of housing depends on the room type and/or community selected.
Students may request a specific housing assignment based on their interests, academic needs or other aspects of their identity. Students should indicate their choices on the Residence Hall Agreement. Assignments are based on room availability, and some frequently asked questions specific to these communities are included below. Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions for more information regarding residential life as a whole.
In partnership with the Center for Health Innovation, the Ruth S. Ammon School of Education, and the College of Nursing and Public Health, the Health Innovation Living-Learning Community creates an interdisciplinary living-learning experience for students who are interested in exploring the interconnectedness of health and wellness as individuals, communities and members of a global society. The Health Innovation Living-Learning Community is located in Residence Hall B.
Application Due: Monday, March 27 at 4:30 p.m.
In-Person Housing Lottery: Wednesday, April 19 at 8:00 p.m.
The Health Innovation Living-Learning Community online application opens on Monday, March 6, 2017. Please be prepared to respond to short answer questions.
The Health Innovation Living-Learning Community is located on the third floor of Residence Hall B.
The rooms in Residence Hall B are premium triple rooms, converted quad rooms, and premium quad rooms. Each room has a semi-private bathroom that is only shared with your roommates. For the current cost of these rooms, please visit housing.adelphi.edu/housing-costs. For housing accommodations specific to a documented need, please contact the Student Access Office via access-office.adelphi.edu/contact.
Yes, students accepted into the Health Innovation Living-Learning Community may share a room with any student of their same sex who is also accepted into the Health Innovation Living-Learning Community. Roommate selection will occur during the in-person housing lottery for this community.
All students who are selected to the Health Innovation Living-Learning Community have an opportunity to choose their actual bedroom on the third floor of Residence Hall B. This in-person lottery allows students to meet each other, find additional roommates, and start building community together.
The classroom for the Health Innovation Living-Learning Community is also located on the third floor of Residence Hall B. The Health Innovation Living-Learning Community is intentionally designed to promote learning in and out of the classroom, and the closeness of the classroom supports this mission. The classroom, when not in use, can be utilized as a study lounge for the community.
No. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply for the Health Innovation Living-Learning Community. Students must have completed thirty credit hours prior to their first semester in the Health Innovation Living-Learning Community. Students who are majoring in Nursing (sophomores ONLY), Social Work, Psychology, Communication Disorders, Exercise Science, Sport Management, Biology, Environmental Studies, and Pre-Health Programs, as well as students who are athletes or are involved in club sports, are particularly encouraged to apply.
There are no added costs to be a member of the Health Innovation Living-Learning Community. We believe the Community and the world will benefit from all people’s care and interest in health and wellness, and all students are encouraged to apply.
Gender Inclusive Housing—which is now available in Chapman Hall, Waldo Hall and Residence Hall B—refers to rooms where people of any sex or gender identity can live together. This housing option helps create an environment that acknowledges, respects, and appreciates the diversity of our student body. Students may choose to live in Gender Inclusive Housing because they identify as transgender, they do not wish to be identified by any sex or gender identity, or they prefer to live with a roommate of a different sex or gender identity. Like all other on-campus housing options at Adelphi University, students are discouraged from living with their current partner regardless of sexual orientation.Applications for Fall 2017 are due by Friday, April 7, at 4:30 p.m.
Please note: Gender Inclusive Housing requires that you submit a Gender Inclusive Housing Roommate Preferences (PDF) form and a Gender Inclusive Housing Policy Agreement (PDF) form during the room selection process.
Gender Inclusive Housing is open to students in their second year or above. First-year students may apply for an exception and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
No. This option can benefit any individual since a student has the ability to choose or be assigned a roommate with whom they would feel most comfortable.
Gender Inclusive Housing is available in Chapman Hall, Residence Hall B, and Waldo Hall. Chapman Hall and Waldo Hall have a single-stall all-gender-restroom with a private shower. Rooms in Residence Hall B have semi-private single-stall bathrooms with a shower that is only shared among roommates. For the cost of housing for rooms in Chapman Hall, Residence Hall B, and Waldo Hall, visit housing.adelphi.edu/housing-costs.
To apply for Gender Inclusive Housing, students must check off the Gender Inclusive Housing box located under the Special Housing Request section on the Residence Hall Agreement and pay the standard $300 housing deposit. The Office of Residential Life and Housing will then reach out to students who are interested.
Unfortunately, like other specific housing options, there are a limited number of spaces available. If more students apply for gender inclusive rooms than there is available space, then students who are not able to select a room will be placed on a Gender Inclusive Housing waitlist.
Once a student has shown interest on the Residence Hall Agreement, they will receive a Gender Inclusive Housing Policy Agreement (PDF) and Gender Inclusive Housing Roommate Preferences (PDF) forms. On these forms, students will select students with whom they wish to room. All roommates must have selected Gender Inclusive Housing on their Residence Hall Agreement and must mutually select each other as roommates. All students will be assigned a lottery number and will choose their room at an in-person Gender Inclusive Housing selection in Residence Hall B.
Whenever possible, we prefer that students identify who they want to live with. If a student cannot fill a room, the Office of Residential Life and Housing will work with individuals to find a roommate. Once we know all students who are interested in Gender Inclusive Housing, we will coordinate roommates that will allow for a comfortable living situation for all.
While the Office of Residential Life and Housing will not restrict the students with whom you live, we discourage students who are in an intimate relationship, regardless of sexual orientation, from living together.
The Office of Residential Life and Housing will work with any students who feel uncomfortable in their living situation. All roommate conflicts will be treated equally and options will be provided to ensure that all students are comfortable in their living situation.
The Honors College section of Earle Hall is set up with suites that can accommodate approximately 30 Honors College students. Each suite has a semi-private bath and common living area. Honors College classrooms, study lounges, and computer rooms are also located in Earle Hall.
The honors suites are a small residential area for students in the honors college. Each suite features two triple bedrooms attached to a lounge and a shared bathroom. Students must be accepted into the Honors College program to be eligible to live in these suites. For more information regarding the honors program please contact the Honors College Dean Richard Garner.
To apply for the Honors College Suites, students must check off the Honors College Suites box located under the Special Housing Request section on the Residence Hall Agreement and pay the standard $300 housing deposit. The Office of Residential Life and Housing will then reach out to students who are interested.