Congratulations! Your student has been accepted to SUNY Delhi. If you're asking, "What now?" Check out the Accepted Student webpage for information on what you and your student need to do next.
Orientation ~ Fall 2016
Welcome new freshmen and transfer students, both residing on campus and commuters! New Student Orientation is Friday, August 26 through Sunday, August 28. The Commuter Student Welcome will take place on Thursday, August 25.
Be on the lookout for mailings sent home to students and parents with important information about the start of the academic year. Visit the Orientation website for a tentative schedule of events.
Family Day 2016
By now you should have received a mailing inviting parents and families to join the campus community for Family Day, one of Delhi's most popular traditions. The best thing about Family Day is being together with your student!
For more information visit the Family Day website, call the Family Day Help Line 607-746-4840 or email Karen Detert at email@example.com.
You support your student in many ways and we want to assist you in reaching your ultimate goal: to see them succeed! The Career Services Parent webpage will introduce you to the Career Development office at SUNY Delhi and help you understand what career-related activities your student should be working on while they are college and offer some ways for you to help with the career planning process.
The Registrar's Office provides enrollment verification to students to serve as proof of your status as a student at SUNY Delhi. Students may be asked to provide proof of enrollment to an insurer, a loan agency, government entity, or other organization in order to receive or continue to receive benefits. Visit the Registrar's Office for further information.
Got questions about when mid-term grades will be submitted? Or how about when your student will be home for breaks? See the College Calendar regarding academic deadlines and college information.
Have you heard your student talk about BroncoCHECK? Our bystander intervention program educates students about their options to intervene in a situation that has the potential to be risky, dangerous, unhealthy or an emergency. Learn more by visiting the BroncoCHECK website and reviewing the brochure.
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