We’re sure you have a lot of questions about applying to our college degree programs. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions we get from international students about our applying to our undergraduate and graduate programs.
All academic records should be sent directly by the previous school attended. If a student wishes to submit transcripts on behalf of the previous institution, they must be official and bear the school’s stamp or seal.
Adelphi offers rolling admissions, however, the recommended deadlines are November 1 (spring applicants) and March 1 (fall applicants) for freshmen and transfer students. Learn more about application deadlines for undergraduate and transfer applicants.
Individual graduate programs may have unique application deadlines and requirements. Review graduate application requirements and deadlines by program.
International students whose native language is not English may submit the TOEFL or IELTS in lieu of the SAT or ACT results. For those students interested in scholarship review, the Office of International Admissions recommends that official SAT or ACT results be submitted.
Undergraduate international students are eligible for merit, talent and athletic scholarship consideration. Portfolio reviews and auditions are required for students interested in talent awards.
All undergraduate applicants are reviewed for scholarship recommendation once a complete application is submitted. There is no separate scholarship application. Candidates are notified within three weeks of their acceptance letter.
Currently, more than 465 international students from 45 countries attend Adelphi University. Our entire student population has nearly 8,000 total students (represents both undergraduate and graduate students that are attending full-time).
The Robert B. Willumstad School of Business, Derner Institute for Advanced Psychological Studies and University College graduate programs will consider select three year degrees from India beginning spring 2015. All other programs require four years of study equivalent to a US bachelor’s degree as determined by the Office of International Admissions Admissions. Please contact the Office of International Admissions for questions or evaluation of your degree.
Office of International Admissions
Levermore Hall, Room 110
1 South Avenue
P.O. Box 701
Garden City, NY 11530-0701
p – 1.800.ADELPHI
p – 516.877.3050
f – 516.877.3039
e – firstname.lastname@example.org