Health insurance is not needed to be seen at our campus clinic. Students pay a mandatory health fee that covers visits to our campus clinic. However, health insurance is required to help cover costs occurring from accidents, injuries, emergency room visits, lab tests, etc. that are not covered by the health fee.
NOTE: The College is not liable for expenses incurred as a result of accidents or injuries related to College programs or on College property.
Students are often covered under a private insurance policy of their own or their parents. If you do not have coverage you may purchase a policy through the College. (The carrier for 2014-2015 will be CDPHP.) The charge for the College insurance appears on all full time students' bills. If you have insurance coverage that is equal to or better than the College policy and choose not to purchase this additional insurance, you must complete this online waiver.
Part-time students may enroll voluntarily. Dependent enrollment is also available.
Private Insurance Pre-Authorization
If you have an HMO or private health insurance that requires pre-authorization before seeing a physician, you are responsible for obtaining the authorization that is required.
Be certain to check whether your private insurance provides adequate coverage in the Delhi and Delaware County area. There may be geographic resrictions to your insurance plan. If your coverage is inadequate or limited, you might want to purchase the insurance policy available through the College.
(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 email@example.com for additional information.