Which Bachelor degree programs are offered by SUNY Delhi through the MCC campus?
You can earn a BBA in Hospitality Management with concentrations in Hotel & Resort Management. Upper division courses will be offered online through SUNY Delhi. Lower division courses remaining to earn the BBA would be taken through the MCC campus.
How do I apply?
You will need to complete a SUNY Joint Admissions/Intent to Enroll form, Supplemental Form and Student Information Form and then submit them to Robert W. Mazzei along with official college and high school transcripts. For further assistance in the application process, please contact Robert W. Mazzei.
Explain the Transfer Credit Policy:
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, which must be at least a grade of C.
Can I take courses with both Delhi and MCC at the same time and be considered eligible for full-time financial aid?
Yes. Through the Visiting Student Agreement between SUNY Delhi and their Inter-Institutional Partners, 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 suggested that students take at least two of their courses each semester through Delhi. Visiting Student Forms must be completed each semester. A copy of your MCC course schedule must be attached to this form and submitted to Justin Morgan, Off-Site Financial Aid Case Manager.
How does Financial Aid work?
When you apply to the SUNY Delhi Joint Program you will be given contact information for the SUNY Delhi Financial Aid office and the necessary financial aid forms. All of your financial aid will be processed by the SUNY Delhi Financial Aid Office. Learn more about the financial aid application process and specific policies for Delhi/MCC students.
Where can I buy textbooks?
Textbooks for SUNY Delhi online courses can be purchased online through the SUNY Delhi bookstore. Visit the Campus Store on-line.
How do I register for classes?
You will receive advance notice of pre-registration periods and will set an appointment to speak with your SUNY Delhi Advisor. Your advisor will provide you with an Alternative PIN number and date for registration. Once successfully registered, students will have access through Bronco Web on the SUNY Delhi website to print their semester schedules.
What if I have to withdraw from a course?
If you need to withdraw from a course, you need to submit a letter of withdraw in writing to your SUNY Delhi, who will review the procedure and assist you in completing the necessary steps. Depending upon the date of your withdrawal from class, fees may apply.
How do I obtain my grades?
Once enrolled in the SUNY Delhi program, each student will receive a PIN number to access their semester schedule, course grades and Delhi student email account online through Bronco Web.
What are tuition and fees?
Currently, tuition and college fees for a 3 credit course with SUNY Delhi is $710.06, including college fees. A typical full-time tuition for 12 credits or more is $2840.24. Books and materials are not included.
*Please note that this amount is subject to change without notice. NOTE: There is a flat $35.00 Alumni fee applicable for students taking four or more Delhi courses per semester.
What if I have a disability?
Students with disabilites have to option to self-identify with the SUNY Delhi Office of Disabilities 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 Disabilities Services at SUNY Delhi. Learn more about SUNY Delhi Disabilities Services >>
Robert W. Mazzei, Director