Students log in to BroncoWeb using the Moodle platform and participate in discussion forms regularly to satisfy class participation. Assignments are uploaded via the website.
1. Please begin by using the Vancko Hall Browser Check to make sure your internet browser is OK to use with Vancko Hall. (Unsupported browsers include Safari and Opera.) More info about browsers can be found below.
2. At least 4GB of RAM
3. Windows 7 or OSX 10.6 or greater
4. An Ethernet port or WiFi
5. Internet connection speed of 1.0 Mbit/sec or greater
6. Screen resolution of at least 1024 x 640
7. Mozilla Firefox
8. Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
9. Flash Player and/or Quicktime
You are not required to log in at certain times, but are required to log in periodically throughout each week of the course.
You will use SUNY Delhi's online learning platform to post questions and responses to participants in the class, much like a chat room. The professor is then able to track the number of posts that you create and read each post to determine your participation credit.
Online course often do not require exams. Typically, students are required to conduct research, submit research papers and participate in group discussions.
You should be able to complete the following tasks comfortably:
- Send and receive emails
- Send and open email attachments
- Use Microsoft Office
- Function in online library databases
- Perform basic Internet research
- Familiar with multiple Internet browsers, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox
You are not required to come to campus for course work, but are welcome to attend on-campus graduation.
Textbooks can be purchased online through Barnes and Noble Campus Bookstore.
If you have questions or concerns, you can contact your professor via email. There are occasions where you may need to speak to them directly, in which case you can contact them via phone.
Questions can be asked of your professor via email, phone or the online learning platform. You will have access to online learning support as well. Learn more about online learning support >
In some cases, you will be required to complete a group project with other classmates.
Classes start and end on scheduled dates. See College Academic Calendar >
Online programs are designed so that you can work at your own pace.
The majority of SUNY Delhi's online courses have a maximum of 20 students per class.
Technical support is available online and over the phone through SUNY Delhi's Service Center.
Students interact with each other using the discussion forms that are similar to chat rooms. Students also have the ability to email each other directly.
Assignments are submitted using Vanko Hall's online learning platform called Moodle. All assignments are submitted electronically.
Your advisor will contact you directly once you've been accepted and your deposit has been paid.
Your advisor will go over a degree plan with you that will include what courses you will need to take in order to graduate. Your advisor will also assist you in registering for classes.
Provided that the course is transferable and pertains to your degree, you can choose to take a course through another college campus or online, and transfer it into your online program.