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Restart & Remote Learning

We support remote access for students, staff, faculty and administration to all electronic resources (databases and e-books), print materials (via Interlibrary Borrowing), and library services needed for academic success without regard to location or time. For those returning to campus, we also have a comprehensive restart guide for the libraries at Adelphi.

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Diversifying & Decolonizing the Curriculum

“In the light of the nationwide protests and increased discourse on issues of systemic racism in our country, Adelphi is committed to strategically make changes in our curriculum to include best practices and literature that will deepen and intensify our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.”

– Anne Mungai, Associate Provost for Strategic Initiatives and Graduate Studies.

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Adelphi University Libraries Statement

Black Lives have and will always Matter. Libraries are not innocent of the structures of racism that have afflicted the U.S. Although we believe the faculty, staff, and administration of the Libraries have an obligation to speak out, this statement alone does not absolve us. In order to express non-performative solidarity to stand against racism, we must be held publicly accountable by the Adelphi community for any future proactive and preventative anti-racist actions we commit to. Going forward we are committed to working against oppression of Black people, Indigenous people, people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ communities, marginalized religious groups, and other minoritized groups.

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