Life in the US


Adelphi Bhangra Dance team
Life in the US, Student Stories

AUI Student Stories – How Deeshka made Adelphi her home by dancing Bhangra

For most international students going aboard for University isn’t as easy as if they were just studying in their home country. Students come to The States and are introduced to an entirely new culture. This includes new food, new people, new places and most importantly a new home. Adelphi International makes it one of our... Continue reading AUI Student Stories – How Deeshka made Adelphi her home by dancing Bhangra
Pryia at the library
Life at Adelphi, Life in the US, Student Stories

Adelphi International Student Stories: Meet Priya

  Meet Priya! Home Country: India Program: MBA specializing in Marketing Priya is currently enrolled in Adelphi’s MBA Program with a specialization in Marketing. She chose Adelphi, to not only to live the proper college experience, but to also explore all the wonders of New York. At a young age, Priya knew her passion for... Continue reading Adelphi International Student Stories: Meet Priya
Man tightens his neck tie
Career Accelerator, Life at Adelphi, Life in the US, Student Stories

Panther Perspectives: Adelphi International Students Working On-Campus!

For many students, getting the chance to earn work experience before graduating is an important goal. For international students, it can be even more difficult to find work experiences while studying in the U.S because international students are limited to working on-campus. Fortunately, Adelphi University has many jobs to offer to students looking for on-campus... Continue reading Panther Perspectives: Adelphi International Students Working On-Campus!
Omar
Life at Adelphi, Life in the US, Student Stories

Introducing Residence Hall Director Omar El Ghetrify and the St. George Residence

Hello! My name is Omar El Ghetrify. I am a 23-year-old international student from Egypt. I’m currently pursuing my Master's degree in business administration at Adelphi University and I also work for the Office of Residential Life and Housing as a Graduate Assistant Residence Hall Director for the St. George Residence. St. George is an... Continue reading Introducing Residence Hall Director Omar El Ghetrify and the St. George Residence
Students pose in costume at AUI halloween party
Life at Adelphi, Life in the US, Student Stories

TBT: Celebrating Halloween with AUI Student, Vlad Chang!

Vlad Chang (Yuzun-Vladyslav Chang), a Ukrainian M.B.A student is certainly proud to have progressed out of the MAP 1 program, but he also has a lot of great memories from his first semester with Adelphi International! Vlad was kind enough to share his memories and thoughts from his first Halloween as a student in the United States. We... Continue reading TBT: Celebrating Halloween with AUI Student, Vlad Chang!
Hot dogs with mustard and relish
Life in the US

From Appetizers to Entrees: 24 Popular American Foods

  New. Exciting. And maybe even disgusting. Welcome to American cuisine. Here are some of the most popular American lunch and dinner items you’ll find in the dining hall and at restaurants. We hope you’re hungry—and maybe you’ll decide to try a new American food after reading this.   1. Buffalo wings These spicy, deep... Continue reading From Appetizers to Entrees: 24 Popular American Foods
american slang
College Tips, Life in the US

American Slang Words You “Totes” Need To Know

OMG, you’re coming to the U.S.! Study up on this list of common informal words so you can avoid epic fails when it comes to American slang. For real.   All the _________ (phrase) An exaggeration to show strong feelings, usually in a positive way. Example: “Do you like puppies?” “I love all the puppies!”... Continue reading American Slang Words You “Totes” Need To Know
Passport
Life at Adelphi, Life in the US

What To Expect From Immigration As An International Student

Traveling to the United States as an international student can be as confusing as it is exciting. To help you prepare, here’s what you should expect and do when arriving at a U.S. Port of Entry.   Booking your flight The earliest you can arrive in the U.S. is 30 days before your first day... Continue reading What To Expect From Immigration As An International Student