Adele and Herbert J. Klapper Center for Fine Arts
Formerly the Fine Arts and Facilities Building, this 7,000-square-foot center represents Adelphi’s commitment to the arts.
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Adelphi Performing Arts Center (AUPAC)
The Adelphi Performing Arts Center, which opened in fall 2008, complements Adelphi’s renowned theatre, music and dance programs, and has become a cultural center for the region.
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Center for Recreation and Sports
Adelphi’s 76,000-square-foot Center for Recreation and Sports, which opened in fall 2008, is the home of Adelphi Panther Athletics and our popular Campus Recreation program.
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Hagedorn Hall of Enterprise
Hagedorn Hall houses the Robert B. Willumstad School of Business, University College for working adults, and the Office of Information Technology.
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The University’s main administration building is named for the first president of the University, Charles H. Levermore. Levermore Hall houses human resources, admissions, registrar, financial services and more.
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The Nexus Building, which opened in the fall of 2016, is the inspiring new home of our College of Nursing and Public Health and a thriving center for student services, admissions and alumni outreach.
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Post Hall houses the Center for Career Development, as well as a variety of dining and convenience options, including the Convenience Store.
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Ruth S. Harley University Center
The University Center is the hub of the University and contains Student Affairs, offices for student organizations, and student lounges including computers.
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As the name suggests, this uniquely structured building houses classrooms for various science courses and labs, as well as offices for other departments in Adelphi’s College of Arts and Sciences.
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