The following services and resources are available to all current students who may have questions or concerns about emerging issues relating to DACA, immigration, and international student support.
The Division of Student Affairs works tirelessly with students and campus colleagues to create a supportive student environment where Adelphi students can grow, develop and expand their perspectives. We are committed to a personalized approach to support for our students, even as we recognize that each student’s needs are different.
Jeffrey Kessler, dean of student affairs, is available to meet with students privately to answer questions about DACA, immigration status or international visas, and to set up personalized support plans. Students can contact Dean Kessler by calling 516.877.3660 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Students can also visit Dean Kessler in during open office hours on Thursdays from 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. in the Nexus Building, Room 302 to share their thoughts, ideas and concerns.
Students who have need to renew their visa or who would like to inquire about their legal status can visit International Student Services. Director of International Student Services and the Interfaith Center Wendy Badala can be reached by phone at 516.877.4378 or by email at email@example.com.
Confidential, accessible and free services are offered through our Student Counseling Center, Health Services Center and the Interfaith Center for students who are experiencing symptoms of emotional or physical stress.
Students who may need assistance with financial matters can contact the following offices for support:
The Office of Academic Services and Retention is located in the Nexus Building, Room 145. Lester Baltimore, Ph.D., senior associate provost for undergraduate programs and student success, can be reached by phone at 516.877.3142 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.