Please note: Tuition and fees are subject to change at any time without notice.
Fees: Costs Per Year (Full-Time)
|Tuition** (B.B.A. and B.T. students)||
|Student Activity Fee||
|Board (19-meal plan)||
|Room (standard double room)||
|Intercollegiate Athletics Fee||
|Health Services Fee||
Estimated Variable Costs:
|Books & Supplies||
|TOTAL ESTIMATED ANNUAL COSTS||$16,633.00|
Other Miscellaneous Fees:
*Tuition for non-resident students is $7,210 per year.
**Tuition for non-resident baccalaureate students is $10,610 per year.
***Please review information included with semester billings for further details on these fees.
Part-time students are those carrying fewer than 12 credit hours.
|New York State Resident||$181.00/credit hour|
|B.B.A. and B.T. New York State Resident||$181.00/credit hour|
|Out-of-State Baccalaureate||$442.00/credit hour|
|College Fee||$.85/credit hour|
|Student Activity Fee (on-campus courses)||$6.00/credit hour|
|Intercollegiate Athletics Fee||$11.35/credit hour|
|Health Services Fee||$9.60/credit hour|
|Technology Fee||$13.60/credit hour|
Payment of Charges
Statements of charges for each semester are mailed prior to Orientation. All charges are due and payable in full to the "State University of New York at Delhi" prior to the start of classes.
Students who register after the first day of classes will be charged a $40 late registration fee.
Students attending Fall Orientation will be assessed a $75 orientation fee. Students beginning classes in January and attending Spring Orientation will be assessed a $25 fee.
A returned check charge of $20 will be assessed for any check returned or redeposited.
Any student who does not pay the balance due in full by the indicated due date may be assessed a $30 administrative fee.
A $20 fee will be charged to any student wishing to add a course after the first five days of class or drop a course after the first four weeks of class.
Financial Obligation of Students
A student will not receive grades, transcripts, or any official recognition for work completed until all bills due the College have been paid.
Refunds are made subject to the policies of the State University Board of Trustees and the College administration.
Students withdrawing from the College must complete a separation form available in the Counseling Services Office in Foreman Hall and obtain clearance from each of the offices listed on the form to be eligible for any financial refund.
United States Department of Education legislation permits schools to automatically apply financial aid refunds to a student's non-institutional account if there are unpaid charges. Delhi implements this policy for outstanding balances with the College Foundation at Delhi, Inc. and the College Association at Delhi, Inc.
Refund Schedules and Policies
Semester charges will be reduced for approved voluntary withdrawals based on the information and schedules found below. The portion of federal financial aid that a student is eligible to retain or apply to charges is explained in the Title IV section below.
Refund information is shown for the three principal college charges: tuition, room, and board.
5th and subsequent weeks
Students withdrawing from the College will receive the following refunds of their residence hall rental fee based on the date on which personal effects are removed from the room and the check-out procedures are completed.
|1st day of class||
|Remainder of 1st week||
5th and subsequent weeks
All students residing in College residence halls must purchase a meal plan. Resident students may select from a wide variety of meal plan options. Purchase of meal plans is optional for students living off campus. The cancellation period for optional meal plans ends with the close of business on the 10th day of classes. After the cancellation period, no refunds will be authorized except for voluntary withdrawal.
Refund values are based on the pro-rata value of time remaining under the meal plan or the amount of money remaining resulting from usage, whichever is less, as of the morning following written notice of cancellation. If the meal plan ID card is not returned, the replacement cost of the ID card will be deducted from any refund. No refunds are given, for any reason, after the 10th week of classes.
Meal plan "Bronco Bucks" refunds are based on the lesser of the unspent value or pro-rated value based on the time remaining under the plan.
Refund Policy for Academic and Disciplinary Dismissals
Any student who is dismissed for academic or disciplinary reasons prior to the end of an academic term shall be liable for all tuition, fees, and room and board charges for that term.
Removal from College Residence Hall Policy
Any student who is removed from a College residence hall for disciplinary reasons will be liable for all room charges for that semester.
Title IV Aid Recipients
Title IV refunds apply only to students who receive Federal Title IV assistance, namely: Stafford Loans, Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, PLUS Loans, Perkins Loans, Pell Grants, ACG Grants, SMART Grants, and SEO Grants.
Reduction of charges for Title IV aid recipients follows the same percentage schedule as noted above. However, Title IV policy determines the amount of aid a student is eligible to retain that can be applied to his or her obligation. A percentage is calculated based on days attended vs. total days of instruction. Title IV aid is then multiplied by this percentage to determine how much Title IV aid can be used to meet the student's overall obligation. A student is eligible to retain all Title IV-approved aid upon completion of 60 percent of the semester.
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