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Adelphi University employs state-of-the-art learning technology through the Moodle learning management system. With Moodle, students enrolled in online courses have 24/7 access to learning materials. Get acclimated with Moodle using these helpful video tutorials.
Other technologies utilized for online coursework include Google Apps, VoiceThread, Panopto and Adobe Connect. Utilization of these tools may differ depending on the program and the faculty member. Read more about course technology at Adelphi.
Yes, online and blended courses have been approved in the same manner as our live-instruction courses and are taught by faculty who receive specific instruction in online teaching strategies, best practices and the use of emerging technologies through our Faculty Center for Professional Excellence. Additionally, online and blended course credits look no different on a transcript than live-instruction courses.
Blended courses are delivered both on-campus and onsite, with 30%-79% of the course content delivered online. Blended courses are opportune for students who prefer a greater amount of in-person interaction with faculty and classmates.
Most online courses are delivered completely online, with minimal on-campus requirements. On-campus or in-person events that may be required of online students include orientations, exams, final presentations or, in some cases, fieldwork placements.
The technical definition of an online course or program is one that is completed using 30-percent or less live classroom instruction. This includes fully online courses where all of the instruction is delivered online, and blended courses where the course is split between live classroom instruction and online classroom sessions.
Yes, most of the courses offered in Adelphi Online programs are taught by professors with previous online teaching experience. Additionally, Adelphi Online courses have been developed by program faculty working in conjunction with the Faculty Center for Professional Excellence to create an optimal learning experience for online students.
Adelphi’s Faculty Center for Professional Excellence provides professors with a wealth of resources for gaining knowledge in online teaching strategies, best practices and the use of emerging technologies. They, in turn, provide you with engaging, interactive and media-rich learning experiences to help you excel in an increasingly technological world.
Read more about the Faculty Center for Professional Excellence.
Financial Aid & Billing:
For program-specific tuition and deposit costs by program as well as financial aid information, please visit the tuition for online degree and certificate programs page at Adelphi.
The FAFSA school code is: 002666.
Visit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) website for more information about eligibility and availability.
Active, reserve and veteran military students and their families using Post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefits or any other veteran affairs program benefits can contact Christina A. Wease at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 516.877.3411.
The College of Professional and Continuing Studies can assist undergraduate nontraditional students earn academic credit for knowledge and experience gained outside of a traditional classroom via the Life Experience Credits program. Many of our undergraduate students save on tuition costs as a result of their applicable experience.
Visit the Life Experience Credits website for specific examples. For more information about how you may qualify for life experience credits, contact an enrollment counselor at email@example.com or 888.252.4110.
Please note that life experience credits are specific to undergraduate emergency services administration programs within the College of Professional and Continuing Studies.
Base minimum hardware and software resources for accessing Adelphi’s online courses and services include recommendations for Firefox or Chrome browsers, a reliable internet connection, and a computer with Windows 7, 8.1, or 10 for PCs and OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) or 10.11 (El Capitan) or 10.12 (Sierra) for Macs.
We strongly advise that you review any program-specific technical requirements as well as our recommended hardware and software information for details.
Yes, all registered Adelphi students are assigned an Adelphi University Gmail account. Your AU Gmail account will remain active for use even after graduation.
The Office of Information Technology-Help Desk can help you to resolve technical questions and issues. The Help Desk can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 516.877.3340.
You can also access various IT manuals, tutorials and videos here.
IT Help Desk Hours of Operation:
Regular Semester Hours (Fall and Spring)
Monday–Thursday: 7:30 a.m.–12:00 a.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00–12:00 a.m.
Congratulations! We are excited to see you in class.
If you are an undergraduate student you can register here.
If you are a graduate student, you can register here.
Accepted students looking to register for certificate programs will receive an email with a program-specific registration link.
Visit the Adelphi Libraries virtually to contact a librarian or directly access resources in the collection, including more than 80,000 free e-books.
In addition to career support offered at a programmatic level, some of the services offered by the Center for Career and Professional Development are available to online students to aid them in their professional journeys at Adelphi and beyond.