Online/Blended Degree and Certificate Programs

Current Students

This information will help you become familiar with the virtual classroom and how to access technology resources for your courses.

To participate in an online or blended course, you will need to have access to a computer and an Internet connection. See videos at the bottom of this page for tutorials on how to access these resources.


Your Adelphi ID and the eCampus Portal

Your Adelphi username is your personal identification that allows you to access Adelphi’s online and network services through eCampus, including email, registration and Moodle. Your username is generally firstnamelastname however there are cases where exceptions apply. To find out your username and/or to reset your password, visit Adelphi’s Information Technology page.

Learn more about eCampus


Adelphi University Gmail and Google Apps

All registered Adelphi students are assigned an AU Gmail account that they can continue to use after graduation.

AU Gmail and Google Apps are accessible using any desktop, laptop or mobile device with an internet connection. You can easily access your account from eCampus by clicking on the Student Gmail icon under the Services tab and saving it as one of your Favorite Services.
Student and alumni addresses end with @mail.adelphi.edu. Faculty and staff email addresses and with @adelphi.edu.

Learn more about Google Apps


CLASS (Course Listing, Advisement and Student Services)

Adelphi’s Course Listing, Advisement and Student Services system enables students to register for courses, make payments, check grades and view your personal, academic and financial information.

Get more information about CLASS


Moodle Course Management System

Moodle is Adelphi’s web-based course management system for online, blended and on-campus courses where students can access course materials, take quizzes or tests, submit assignments, engage in class discussions, and more.

Registered students can access Moodle from the eCampus homepage under the Enrolled Courses section. Moodle can also be accessed under the Services tab or by saving it as one of your Favorite Services.

Please note: Your course may not be visible on Moodle if your instructor has not yet made the course available.

Learn more about Moodle


Course Access Tutorials

Online and blended courses require access to a computer and a reliable Internet connection. These instructional videos are guides to help you access the resources you need.

View the playlist below to for a visual aid of various AU technology topics.