Congratulations! Your student has been accepted to SUNY Delhi. If you're asking, "What now?" Check out the Accepted Student webpage for information on what you and your student need to do next.
SPRING 2017 ~ CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY, JANUARY 23
Academic Coaches are Here to Help!
Academic Coaches are here to help your student adjust to academic life, provide study tools, and tutor in English, Reading, and Science. Coaches are available in the Resnick Academic Achievement Center in Bush Hall, Monday through Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 9am-5pm. Walk-ins are welcome or your student can schedule a time by calling 607-746-4650 or stopping by. All are welcome!
Health & Counseling Services
Is your student feeling under the weather? Or perhaps a little sad or stressed? We are here to help. Insurance is NOT required to be seen at our clinic in Foreman Hall and we have both walk-in and scheduled appointments available each day, Monday through Friday. For more information, visit the Health and Counseling Center webpage or call 607-746-4690.
A care package is a great way to remind your student that you are thinking about them. Our care package program offers a wide variety of options. Visit the Residence Hall Association website for details.
Student Mailing Address
All on campus and commuter students are assigned a student mail box. Student mail and packages are sent to their box (not to their Residence Halls) at the Student Mail Center in Farrell as follows:
649 Bronco Drive, #____
Delhi, NY 13753-4450
Students can sign up for Bronco Package Express to be notified when packages have been processed and are ready for pickup. Students will be notified through their SUNY Delhi email address. They may log in to Bronco Web and provide their cell phone number to get a text alert as well.
Is your Student Traveling Home on the Trailways Bus?
They can buy their Trailways Bus ticket at the Barnes & Noble Campus Bookstore. We can get them the information you need, so they don’t get left behind! Bookstore employees can help students figure out what time their bus departs and from where. Depending on their destination, the bus may stop on campus near Sanford Hall or it may only stop downtown (downtown stops would mean students need to make arrangements to get there).
Barnes & Noble accepts credit cards, Delhi Dollars and cash. No over-the-phone transactions. Students can purchase tickets Monday -Thursday 8:30am-5pm or Friday 8:30am-4:30pm, when the college is in session. Got questions? Please call 607-746-4760. To find the most up-to-date departure times you can also call Trailways at 1-800-858-8555.
Student Employment Opportunities
The college has various jobs available for students on campus every semester. Students should visit the Employment Opportunities webpage for current openings and to submit their application online. If they are hired for a job, they will need to fill out employment paperwork including identification for I-9 purposes before they can begin working. Please see the list of acceptable documents on the last page. If students have any questions, they should call the Office of Human Resources at 607-746-4495.
You support your student in many ways and we want to assist you in reaching your ultimate goal: to see them succeed! The Career Services Parent webpage will introduce you to the Career Development office at SUNY Delhi and help you understand what career-related activities your student should be working on while they are in college and offer some ways for you to help with the career planning process.
The Registrar's Office provides enrollment verification to students to serve as proof of your status as a student at SUNY Delhi. Students may be asked to provide proof of enrollment to an insurer, a loan agency, government entity, or other organization in order to receive or continue to receive benefits. Visit the Registrar's Office for further information.
Got questions about when mid-term grades will be submitted? Or how about when your student will be home for breaks? See the College Calendar regarding academic deadlines and college information.
Have you heard your student talk about BroncoCHECK? Our bystander intervention program educates students about their options to intervene in a situation that has the potential to be risky, dangerous, unhealthy or an emergency. Learn more by visiting the BroncoCHECK website and reviewing the brochure.
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