All main campus students, both residential and commuter, taking 6 or more credit hours, must submit the following which are all part of the same Health Form:
All main campus students are required to pay a student health fee of $140 per semester* for full time students. Part-time students pay a pro-rated fee.
*Fee is subject to change without notice.
New York state institutions are required to distribute information about meningococcal disease and vaccination to all students meeting the enrollment criteria, whether they live on or off campus.
If you wish to receive the meningococcal meningitis vaccine, it is available either through your private health care provider, the campus health center and/or the county Department of Health. SUNY Delhi Health Service offers meningitis vaccine at market value.
Please make sure you complete and return the Health Form (Part A: Meningitis Information) within 30 days of the beginning of the semester. Please note that according to NYS Public Health Law, no institution shall permit any student to attend the institution in excess of 30 days without complying with this law. The 30-day period may be extended to 60 days if a student can show a good faith effort to comply.
Colleges in New York State are required to maintain a record of the following for each student:
(607) 746-4141 (fax)
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday:
8:30 am - 6 pm
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
No appointment is necessary, just
walk in. No insurance is needed in order to be seen.
Make an appointment with a counselor by stopping by Foreman Hall or by calling (607) 746-4690. Same-day crisis appointments are available if needed.
Contact University Police
Dial 911 or call O'Connor Hospital in Delhi at (607) 746-0300
SUNY Delhi is closely monitoring updates from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the NYS Department of Health regarding the Ebola virus outbreak in several West African countries --Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. As you may be aware from news reports, there have been three individuals in the United States who have contracted Ebola, two in Texas and one in New York City. All three are medical personnel, and the CDC maintains that Ebola poses no substantial risk to the U.S. general population.
The CDC has issued warnings to avoid non-essential travel to Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, and SUNY is prohibiting campus-sponsored travel to these countries. If you have plans to travel to or near the affected area or have any questions regarding the Ebola virus please refer to the CDC website at www.cdc.gov for information. Students, faculty and staff may also contact the campus Health Service in Foreman Hall at 607-746-4690 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.