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FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR 2012-2013 ACADEMIC YEAR

***** ALL TUITION, FEES, AND RATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE *****
Adjusted fees will be published to the college website upon approval.

 

Financial Obligations of Students

Tuition bills for each semester are e-mailed prior to Orientation. All charges are due and payable in full to the "State University of New York at Delhi" by the due date of the bill or prior to the start of classes - whichever comes first.  A student will not receive grades, transcripts, or any official recognition for work completed until all bills due the College have been paid.

Tuition and Fees - General

Tuition and Fees for Online Degree Programs

Meal Plan Rates

Residence Hall Rates

Scholarships

Refunds and Refund Policies - General

Refunds for BSN Students ONLY

 

 

TUITION AND FEES FOR FALL 2012-SPRING 2013*  Click here for tuition/fees for students enrolled in Online Degree Programs.

 

Rates Per Semester:

# of Credit Hours

In-state Tuition

Out-of-State Tuition
Associate's Degree

Out-of-State Tuition
Bachelor's Degree

Comprehensive 
Student Fee**

 1

 $ 232.00

 $ 406.00

 $618.00

 $ 76.24

 2

 $ 464.00

 $ 812.00

 $1236.00

 $132.48

 3

 $ 696.00

 $1218.00

 $1854.00

 $188.72

 4

 $ 928.00

 $1624.00

 $2472.00

 $244.96

 5

 $1160.00

 $2030.00

 $3090.00

 $301.20

 6

 $1392.00

 $2436.00

 $3708.00

 $375.44

 7

 $1624.00

 $2842.00

 $4326.00

 $413.68

 8

 $1856.00

 $3248.00

 $4944.00

 $469.92

 9

 $2088.00

 $3654.00

 $5562.00

 $526.16

 10

 $2320.00

 $4060.00

 $6180.00

 $582.40

 11

 $2552.00

 $4466.00

 $6798.00

 $638.64

12 and up
Full -Time

 $2785.00

 $4870.00

 $7410.00

 $760.00

* All rates and fees are subject to change without notice.

Description of Tuition and Fees

** The Comprehensive Student Fee is charged to all students and consists of the following:

Additional Academic Course Fees *

These fees are charged to cover the cost of laboratory supplies and materials, other than the textbooks, that students will need for the courses listed below.

Course Number Course Title Fee
AECT 280 Environmental Systems $       20.00
AECT 360 BTEC Structural Theory $       15.00
all BIOL, CHEM, PHYS Sciences $       15.00
ARCH 430, 470 Architectural Design BT $     175.00
ARCH 110 Residential Drawing Lab $       10.00
ARCH 120 Architectural Graphics $       12.00
ARCH 125, 135 Architectural Design $       15.00
ARCH 140 Architectural Design AAS $       10.00
ARCH 220 Commercial Detailing Lab $       10.00
ARCH 240 Architectural Graphics $         5.00
ARCH 330, 370 Architectural Design BT $     175.00
ARTS 104 Ceramics $     100.00
ARTS 115 Freehand Drawing $       75.00
AUTO 218, 225 Automotive Lab $       60.00
AUTO 125,128 Automotive Lab $       60.00
BKNG 100, BKNG 125 Artisinal Breads/Baking for Health $     214.00
CADD 225, 255 CADD Lab $       10.00
CADD 130, 152 CADD Lab $       10.00
CULN 115 Basic Culinary Arts Lab $     233.00
CULN 125 Professsional Baking Lab $     214.00
CULN 130 Advanced Pastries & Confections $     220.00
CULN 255 Advanced Culinary Arts Lab $     233.00
CULN 265 Advanced Meat Cutting $     233.00
CULN 280 Culinary Restaurant (dinner) $     233.00
CULN 290 Culinary Sculpting $     214.00
CULN 300 Culinary Competition $     233.00
CULN 350 History of Wines $       46.00
ECMT 130, 170 Electrical Const. & Maint. $     125.00
EICR 230, 270 Electrical Instruction & Ctrls $       90.00
HOSP 115 Basic Food Prep Lab $     233.00
HOSP 125 Food Production/Plan/Pur Lab $     233.00
HOSP 140 Beverage & Bev. Control $       42.00
HOSP 220 Nutrition $     120.00
HOSP 250 Wine, Life & Society $       46.00
HTEL 250 Hotel Banquet $     233.00
LARC 110 Drawing & Surveying $       10.00
LDCT 110, 220 Landscape Construction Lab $         5.00
LDCT 210 Intro to Landscape Design Lab $       10.00
NURS 110, 200 Fundamentals/Medical-Surgical Nursing $     650.00
PEDH/PRKM 128 Adventure Recreation I $       40.00
PEDH/PRKM 129 Adventure Recreation II $       15.00
PEDH/PRKM 131 Adventure Recreation III $       90.00
PEDH/PRKM 132 Adventure Recreation IV $       40.00
PEDH/PRKM 251 Outdoor Ed & Camping $       40.00
PEDH/PRKM 252 Outdoor Ed & Camping $       40.00
PEDH 164, 220 First Aid / Lifeguard Training $       10.00
PHPF130, 160 Plumbing, Heating & Pipefitting $     115.00
PRKM 210 Outdoor Ed & Camping $     105.00
REST 280 Culinary Restaurant $     233.00
RFAC 120, 170 Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning $       75.00
TRVL 180 Basic Food-Trav/Tour Lab $     214.00
VETS 235 Farm Animal Nursery Lab $         5.00
WDWK 120 Basic Woodworking $     145.00
WDWK 130 Cabinet Design & Joinery $       35.00
WDWK 140 Woodcarving $       60.00
WDWK 220 Residential Millwork $       55.00
WDWK 230 Cabinet Construction $       45.00
WELD 225, 265 Welding I & II $       85.00
WELD 100 Fundamentals of Welding Lab $       10.00
WELD 115,165 Welding I & II $       85.00
WELD 125 Gas/Metal/Tungsten Welding $       75.00
WELD 155 Shielded Metal Welding $       75.00
WELD 235 Industrial/Ornamental Fabrication I $       90.00
WELD 275 Industrial/Ornamental Fabrication II $       90.00
WELD 295 Welding Cert $     100.00

 * All rates and fees are subject to change without notice.


Miscellaneous Fees and Fines*

Administrative Fee:  Any student who does not pay the balance due in full by the indicated due date may be assessed a $30 administrative fee.

Commencement Fee: $30.00 is charged to students in the semester they are slated to graduate.  This fee is voluntary and can be waived within the first two weeks of classes.

Course Drop Fee:  $20 will be charged for each full-semester course dropped after the first week of classes.

Late Registration Fee: Students who register after the first day of classes will be charged a $40 late-registration fee.

Laundry Fee: $40.00 is assessed to all students living on-campus in the Residence Halls, excluding Riverview.  This fee is mandatory.

Orientation Fee: Fall Orientation - $80; Spring Orientation - $30.

Returned/Redeposited Check Charge: $20 will be assessed for any check returned or redeposited.

Social Fee:  $20.00 is assessed to all students living in the Residence Halls. This fee is optional and can be waived through Student Financial Services.

* All rates and fees are subject to change without notice.

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MEAL PLAN RATES FOR FALL 2012-SPRING 2013*

Rates Per Semester:

Meal Plan Description Cost Per Semester
19 Meal Plan 19 meals per week, $300 Bronco Bucks  $2,205.00
14 Meal Plan 14 meals per week, $310 Bronco Bucks  $2,130.00
10 Meal Plan 10 meals per week, $320 Bronco Bucks  $1,980.00
Commuter - Large  open to COMMUTERS ONLY, $800 declining balance.  Bronco Bucks only  $   800.00
Commuter - Medium open to COMMUTERS ONLY, $500 declining balance. Bronco Bucks only.  $   500.00
Commuter- Small open to COMMUTERS ONLY, $300 declining balance.  Bronco Bucks only.  $    300.00

Riverview -
 
5 Meal Plan

5 Meals per week, $100 Bronco Bucks  $    700.00

* All rates are subject to change without notice.

For more information regarding meal plans, use of Bronco Bucks, and dining options at SUNY Delhi contact the College Association at Delhi (CADI) Office.

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RESIDENCE HALL ROOM RATES FOR FALL 2012-SPRING 2013*

Rates Per Semester:

Room Type Cost Per Semester
Double Room $2,968.00
Single Room $3,519.00
Suite Style - Double Room $3,080.00
Suite Style - Single Room $3,733.00
Riverview Double $3,260.00
Riverview Single $3,965.00

*All rates and fees are subject to change without notice.

NOTES:

Laundry Fee: A $40.00 mandatory fee is assessed to all students living on campus in the Residence Halls, excluding Riverview.

Social Fee: A $20.00 optional fee is charged to all students living on campus.  This optional fee can be waived by contacting Student Financial Services.

Triple Rooms - Students may end up in a Tripled Room.  Students who are tripled will be billed the Double Room rate above.  Students will receive the following credits to their student account if they are still tripled by:

2nd week of classes - $162.50 credit
Mid-point of semester - $162.50 credit

For more information about housing options at Delhi, contact the Office of Residence Life.

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TUITION AND FEES FOR FALL 2012-SPRING 2013 FOR ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAMS: RN to BSN, Vet Tech BBA, IBEW* (All other students click here.)

Tuition and fees are charged based on a per-credit-hour basis until a student reaches full-time (12 credits or more) status according to the chart below. Tuition rates for NYS residents and Out-of-State Residents are the same for online degree programs.

Rates Per Semester:

 Credit
Hours

Tuition

College Fee

Transcript Fee

Technology Fee

Alumni Fee

Total Cost

1

$232.00

$.85

$5.00

$14.17

-0-

$252.02

2

$464.00

$1.70

$5.00

$28.34

-0-

$499.04

3

$696.00

$2.55

$5.00

$42.51

-0-

$746.06

4

$928.00

$3.40

$5.00

$56.68

-0-

$993.08

5

$1160.00

$4.25

$5.00

$70.85

-0-

$1240.10

6

$1392.00

$5.10

$5.00

$85.02

-0-

$1487.12

7

$1624.00

$5.95

$5.00

$99.19

-0-

$1734.14

8

$1856.00

$6.80

$5.00

$113.36

-0-

$1981.16

9

$2088.00

$7.65

$5.00

$127.53

-0-

$2228.18

10

$2320.00

$8.50

$5.00

$141.70

-0-

$2475.20

11

$2552.00

$9.35

$5.00

$155.87

-0-

$2722.22

12 or more
Full-Time

$2785.00

$12.50

$5.00

$170.00

$35.00

$3007.50

* All rates and fees are subject to change without notice.

Description of Tuition and Fees

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REFUNDS AND REFUND POLICIES

Students may leave college at any time and for any reason. Students withdrawing from college must obtain an Application for Withdrawal form from Counseling and Health Services and obtain clearance from each of the offices listed on the form.

Special Note to Students with Federal Student Loans and Grants:  Federal regulations state that a student is eligible to receive aid based upon the amount of time in school. If you withdraw prior to the end of the semester you may not be allowed to keep all of your federal student aid, which may create a liability due to the school.  Any refunds of financial aid you received may need to be returned to the school. Please contact Student Financial Services if you are considering withdrawing to see how this may effect you.

When a student withdraws from college or drops individual classes, the student incurs the following liability based on the date of withdrawal:

Tuition and Fees Refunds for Full-Semester (15-week) Classes  (BSN students - please click here for your refund policy)

Date of Withdrawal Refund Percentage
1st week of Semester  100%
2nd week of Semester    70%
3rd week of Semester    50%
4th week of semester    30%
5th week to end of semester  NO REFUNDS

Residence Halls Room Rent Refunds

Date of Withdrawal Refund Percentage
1st day of semester  100%
Remainder of 1st week of semester    85%
2nd week of semester    70%
3rd week of semester    50%
4th week of semester    30%
5th week to end of semester  NO REFUNDS

Meal Plan Refunds

Meal Plan refunds 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 up to and including the 10th week of scheduled classes. No refunds for meal plans will be given after the 10th week of classes.  Student ID cards must be returned to CADI upon withdrawal.  If the ID card is not returned, the cost of the ID card will be deducted from any refund.

Financial Aid Refunds

The College shall receive payment first and will refund (if applicable) Stafford and/or PLUS loans after they have been applied to the student’s account.  Financial Aid refunds are generated from the last aid type to pay on the account. All refunds, except PLUS refunds, will be made payable to the student.  Any refund from a PLUS Loan will be made payable to the parent borrower and sent to the permanent address.  All Financial Aid refunds to students will be sent through student mailboxes.

Academic and Disciplinary Dismissals Policy

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.

 

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REFUNDS FOR BSN STUDENTS ONLY.  (All other students click here.)

UNIV 300 - Orientation to Online BSN

This is a mandatory three-credit-hour course for all new BSN students and will be the only course that new students can take for their first 7-week session.

If you drop UNIV 300, the following refund rates will apply based on the date the college was notified of your drop:

1st week of class - 100% refund
2nd week of class or later - 0%

The following tuition refunds apply to all other courses in the BSN program:

J- Session Courses (8-week semester)

Week Refund Percentage
1 100%
2 40%
3 20%
4-8 0%

K- Session Courses (7-week semester)

Week Refund Percentage
1 100%
2 35%
3-7

0

 

 

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SCHOLARSHIPS

A number of scholarships are available to eligible students.  Contact the Office of Student Financial Services for information.

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1-800-96-DELHI

Or write to us at:
SUNY Delhi
454 Delhi Drive
Delhi, NY 13753

Last Updated: 3/22/13