October 2018

Dear Colleagues,

Affordability and value are at the top of everyone's mind—and rightfully so. At Adelphi, we pride ourselves on the generous financial aid set aside for our undergraduate first-year and transfer students. Over the past three years, our financial aid has increased by more than $15 million—a commitment to helping students and families maximize their financial aid packages.

In fact, while 94.6 percent of undergraduates received some form of financial aid last year, 87.2 percent of them received scholarships and grants—money that doesn't need to be repaid!

An investment in an Adelphi education pays off. More than 94 percent of our students are employed or continuing their education within six months of graduation. Please take the time to check out a few of our recent alumni success stories .

With our nonbinding Early Action deadline approaching on December 1, students have the opportunity to be among the first considered for our generous merit scholarships and need-based grants. We can't wait to see what your students will bring to the Adelphi community!

And, hope fully , we'll have the chance to meet many of them this weekend at our first of two Fall Open Houses .

May the fall months ahead continue to be productive for you all. Stay in touch!

Cheers,
Kristen E. Capezza, M.B.A. '12
Vice President, Enrollment Management
A Quick Look at Adelphi—by the Numbers
Early Action Admissions Deadline
Remember: Adelphi's nonbinding Early Action deadline is fast approaching—December 1. Learn more about Early Action .
How Affordable Is Adelphi?
We are committed to making your student's Adelphi education as affordable as possible. Every year, Adelphi awards generous scholarships to incoming undergraduate students . Last year, we awarded more than $78.5 million in scholarships and grants to our undergraduate student body, and 87.2% of full-time undergraduates received Adelphi scholarships and grants—money that doesn't need to be repaid.
Applying for Financial Aid With the FAFSA
Students who want to be considered for financial aid should file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) annually to determine eligibility for federal, state and college-sponsored financial aid. File online as soon as possible after October 1 each year to maximize the financial aid award. Our fall priority filing date is March 1. Adelphi's federal school code is 002666 .
Tool for Students: Estimate the Net Price of an Adelphi Education
Calculate how much an Adelphi education might cost by using our Net Price Calculator . It will give students a good idea of potential scholarships and remaining costs.
Events for You
Successful Transition From High School to College: A Focus on Students With Learning Disabilities  (Space is limited.)
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
8:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Ruth S. Harley University Center,
Thomas Dixon Lovely Ballroom
Adelphi University, Garden City campus
Events for Your Students
For more daily visit opportunities, students should visit adelphi.edu/visit .
Fall Open House
Saturday, October 20, 2018
10:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Adelphi University Performing Arts Center
Adelphi University, Garden City campus
Art Portfolio Review Day
Special Event for High School Seniors
Saturday, October 20, 2018
10:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Blodgett Hall, Room 306
Adelphi University, Garden City campus
Meet Adelphi University President Christine M. Riordan

Dr. Riordan's Momentum  Tour 2018–2019: Changing Lives, the Next Chapter: Sharing Our Stories , may be coming to a city near you. Throughout the year, she'll share our personalized approach to higher learning and how it is transforming lives across the nation and around the world. Counselors, advisers, principals, and students and their families are welcome to attend. Email kristen@adelphi.edu to register for an upcoming event.
Meet Your Counselor
It's never too early to get to know us. Connect with your regional representative today!