Groups and Resources

A strong support system for diversity and social justice

Adelphi students, faculty and staff gather and work together in a variety of ways to discuss and address diversity-related issues on campus. 

Administrative Offices and Support Services

The Office of the Provost, Office of Human Resources, Office of Multicultural Affairs, and Interfaith Center provide vital services in support of campus diversity.

» Learn about administrative support

Organizations and Initiatives

These community-focused groups and initiatives are dedicated to opening dialogues and making positive change.

» Explore diversity-focused groups and initiatives

Student Cultural Awareness Services and Resources

A variety of diversity-focused resources are offered by the Office of Student Affairs to the student community.

» Browse student services and resources

Training and Mentoring

Diversity awareness stems from engaging educational experiences outside of the traditional classroom.

» Learn about educational opportunities

Veteran Resource Center

Located in Hagedorn Hall, Room 203, the center is an invaluable resource to Adelphi’s veterans, active duty military students and community.

» Explore services and support for military and veterans




For further information, please contact:

Diversity Committee
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Thoughts on Diversity

We may have different religions, different languages, different colored skin, but we all belong to one human race.– Kofi Annan, Ghanian Diplomat, 7th UN Secretary- General, 2001 Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Thoughts on Diversity

I believe that strong and vibrant cultures themselves nurture tolerance and justice. All cultures worth the name protect support and encourage diversity; and justice is the practical mechanism which enables them to do so.– Dr. Nafis Sadik, former UNFPA Executive Director