Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
- Who can apply for these programs?
- How do I apply?
- Explain the Transfer Credit Policy
- Do I have to go full time?
- Can I take courses with both Delhi and the Community College and still be eligible for full-time status?
- What about Financial Aid?
- How do I get a Faculty Advisor?
- What courses may I register for?
- How do I register for courses?
- When can I get textbooks?
- Do I need to register my vehicle?
- Where do I get an ID card?
- What if I have to withdraw from a course?
- What if classes are cancelled?
- How do I get my grades?
- How do I get an official transcript?
- What are the tuition and fees?
- What if I have a disability?
- What if my question is not listed here?
- Where can I purchase SUNY Delhi merchandise?
These programs have been designed for two-year graduates from the community college with at least a 2.30 cumulative grade point average. Individuals with an AAS or AS Degree in Business Administration will have first priority for admission to the Business and Technology Management Program; individuals with an AAS degree in Hospitality Management will have first priority for the Hotel and Restaurant Management program.
You should complete a SUNY application and submit official transcripts from any college in which you have been enrolled to the Office of Enrollment Services, SUNY Delhi, 454 Delhi Drive, Delhi, NY 13753. Forms are available from faculty advisors, the SUNY Delhi Community College Program Office, the Community College Admissions Office or the SUNY Delhi Enrollment Services Office.
Depending on your previous degree and credits, a maximum of 63 lower level course credit hours and 20 upper level course credit hours can be transferred. Only course credits with a grade of D or better will transfer, with the exception of Freshman Composition (or its equivalent), which must be at least a grade of C.
No. You do not have to go full time, unless you wish to receive state or federal aid that indicates full-time status is a requirement for eligibility.
Can I take courses with both Delhi and the community college and still be eligible for full-time status?
Through the Visiting Student Agreement between Delhi and the community college, students may take courses at both institutions to meet the minimum course credit requirements mandated by federal and state regulations for financial aid. Any combination of credits is acceptable, although it is required that students take at least one of their courses each semester through Delhi. Visiting Student forms may be picked up from your advisor or the Financial Aid Office at Delhi or the community college.
All of your financial aid will be processed by the SUNY Delhi Financial Aid Office.
Upon acceptance to the program, you will be assigned a Delhi advisor on the community college campus who will guide you through the registration and scheduling process. Your advisor holds regular office hours and is available outside of class.
You may register for any courses in the program for which you meet the prerequisites or have the permission of the instructor. However, we recommend that if your ultimate goal is to complete the BBA degree, you must first apply to the program. When admitted to the program you will have access to a faculty advisor by whom you will be properly advised on course sequences or transfer processes.
The most efficient method of registering for courses is to attend one of the registration sessions on the community college campus. You will receive advance notice of these sessions and your faculty advisor will be available to assist you. If you are unable to attend a session, you may contact one of the community college faculty advisors or the Enrollment Services Office at SUNY Delhi. Upon successful completion of the scheduling process, you will receive a copy of your semester schedule which will indicate instructor, classroom location, hours and days. All catalog and class schedule information is available online at https://ssb.delhi.edu/pls/prod/bwckschd.p_disp_dyn_sched.
Textbooks for Delhi classes held at the community college campus are available in the community college bookstore prior to the beginning of classes. Hours of operation are posted on the community college website.
Anyone bringing a vehicle on the campus must follow the community college rules and regulations. You should be prepared to produce the vehicle registration as well as your driver's license.
Your SUNY Delhi ID card can be obtained from your faculty advisor after the second week of classes, which will enable you to gain access to events and services on the Delhi campus and the community college Library and Computer Rooms.
If you need to withdraw from a course, you should meet with your advisor who will review the procedures and give you proper direction depending on your individual circumstances. If for any reason you should need to drop all of the courses you are taking for that semester, you will need to reapply to begin coursework in subsequent semesters.
Cancellation of classes will be discussed in your first class meeting when the instructor reviews the course requirements. Emergency closing procedures are outlined in the community college Student Handbook (pdf).The decision by the community college to cancel daytime classes is made by 6 a.m. and for evening classes by 2 p.m.
At the end of each term, the grades for SUNY Delhi courses are posted on the college's website. You will be provided with a personal identification number (PIN) that will allow you access to your grades and other personal information. Grade reports are not mailed to students.
Official transcripts are available at no charge from SUNY Delhi. Directions for requesting transcripts are available at 607-746-4617. You may fax a request (with detailed information) to 607-746-4569. All requests for transcripts must be in writing.
Students with disabilities have to self-identify with the SUNY Delhi Office Access and Equity Services. A self-disclosure form is sent to students with their acceptance letter. To self-identify, complete the form and submit it to the Office of Access and Equity Services at SUNY Delhi. Learn more about SUNY Delhi Access and Equity Services>>
What are the tuition and fees?
Currently, tuition for a SUNY Delhi three-credit course is $771, excluding college fees. Therefore, a typical full-time semester with four courses is approximately $3,085. Books and materials are additional. Please note that this amount is subject to change without notice. NOTE: There is a flat $35 Alumni fee applicable for students taking four or more Delhi courses per semester.
What if my question is not listed here?
If you have additional questions, please contact the program faculty advisor on the community college campus at 518-381-1317, the SUNY Delhi Enrollment Services Office at 607-746-4550, or visit the SUNY Delhi Community College Program Office.