Our undergraduate program has 315 students (288 full-time, 27 part-time). In our graduate program, there are 2,017 students (406 full-time, 1,681 part-time), which includes 538 non-degree students.
Flexible and Convenient Scheduling
To accommodate the needs of students, we offer accelerated semesters and day, evening, and weekend classes throughout the year.
The Cohort Format
We assign each student to a core group so that they can share ideas and experiences, and to provide support during their school experience.
Valuable Practical Experience and Clinical Training
Academic courses are supplemented by mentoring and community service programs that enhance learning and foster close relationships with the greater Adelphi community.
Centers and Institutes
Students receive specialized training through programs at the Early Learning Center, the Center for Literacy Studies, the Adult Fitness Program, the Institute of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, and the Hy Weinberg Center for Communication Disorders.
School and Community Partnerships
Students have the opportunity for teaching internships through Adelphi’s ongoing partnerships with local school districts and health care institutions.
The Ruth S. Ammon School of Education’s mission, philosophy, curricula and values that form the foundation of its educational philosophy. Read the full version of our Conceptual Framework (PDF 618KB)