Congratulations on your Acceptance!
As an accepted student there are a number of steps you must take to ensure your enrollment at SUNY Delhi. Please read the following information carefully. Feel free to print off this page to use as a handy reference!
- Login to Bronco Web & Email
- Pay Your Deposit
- File a FAFSA
- Register for Accepted Student Day
- Reserve a Room
- Submit Final Transcript(s)
- Complete Health Form
- Waive Health Insurance
- Register Your Vehicle
- Attend Orientation
Other Items & Important Dates
Access Bronco Web & Delhi Email
Bronco Web is a central portal where students can access their financial aid information, view their bill, register for classes and more!
Log into BroncoWeb
using your Delhi student ID# and PIN number (found in acceptance letter). You will be prompted to change your PIN # and to create a verification question. Learn how to login to Bronco Web. Watch Demo Video!
Access and manage important student using the Personal Information and Student Services tabs.
A Delhi email account has been created for you.
Important student information from the college will be sent to your Delhi email address. Ensure that all College information arrives in your preferred inbox, using the email forwarding feature in your Delhi account.
To view your email address, login to Bronco Web and select the Personal Information tab.
From Bronco Web, sign-in to your live.delhi.edu email account using your email address and PIN as your email password.
ACTION REQUIRED: Login to Bronco Web and sign-in to your email account.
Send in the required deposit
- The deposit is due within 30 days of your acceptance.
- All incoming students, including EOP, must pay the deposit.
- The deposit is $150: $50 to hold a space in your major, $100 to reserve a space in the residence halls.
- Many programs are limited to a specific number of incoming students due to lab space, equipment, etc.
- Failure to pay your deposit within the thirty day limit may jeopardize your spot in your specific major.
- The deposit is fully refundable until May 1, 2013.
- Pay by check or money order: Student Accounts, SUNY Delhi, 2 Main Street, Delhi, NY 13753
- Pay by phone: Student Accounts, 607-746-4625 or 1-800-96Delhi
- Pay online through BroncoWeb
- Choose "Student Services and Financial Aid" tab
- Click on "Student Account" link
- Click on "QuikPay - Admission Deposit" link or
- Click on "QuikPay - Housing Deposit" link
- Select the term (based on term in which you are accepted into - ex. Fall 2011)
Watch Demo Video!
*Please Note: If you are paying BOTH Admission deposit and Housing deposit, you will need to make two separate transactions.
ACTION REQUIRED: Pay deposit within 30 days of acceptance.
Apply for Financial Aid
- For detailed financial aid information, go to SUNY Delhi's Financial Aid pages.
- Student and one parent will need to request a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to use as an electronic signature at www.pin.ed.gov before filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- It is recommended that you file your FAFSA by February 15.
- FAFSA4caster can be used to estimate how much financial aid you may be eligible for before officially filing your FAFSA paperwork.
- Some majors may require you to purchase additional materials. Check the tool list to what your program requires.
ACTION REQUIRED: File your FAFSA paperwork as soon as possible after January 1.
Register for an Accepted Student Day (Fall enrollment only)
Accepted Student Days are a required program designed to help students prepare for enrollment for the fall semester at SUNY Delhi. Accepted students will be asked to go online to select from a list of convenient dates to attend this program. Parents and family members are welcome to attend. The program will include:
- Discuss life at Delhi with a panel of current students
- Meet with an academic advisor to develop a class schedule
- Attend a lively presentation on Academic Affairs
- Attend a presentation on Financing a Delhi Education
- Have a picture taken for a Delhi ID card - STUDENT ONLY
**Please note that federal regulations require that all students present a valid government issued photo ID at the time they have their ID photo taken. If you do not have the appropriate ID when you come to Accepted Student Day, you will be required to provide government issued photo ID when you pick up your ID card during Orientation Weekend in August. Acceptable forms of ID are: driver's license, permit, NYS Identification card, passport, military ID, high school ID card along with a birth certificate or social security card.
- Chat with Athletics, Counseling & Health Services, Food Service, Information Systems, Orientation, Residence Life and University Police
- Lunch in MacDonald Hall Dining Center or the Farrell Hall Commons*
- Take a campus tour
You will receive an email reminder of your registration for an Accepted Student Day approximately one week prior to the program. This reminder will be sent to the email address provided at the time of registration.
ACTION REQUIRED: Watch your mail for an Accepted Student Brochure and follow the instructions to select a date to attend one of these mandatory programs.
Reserve a Residence Hall Room
Students that have paid their deposit and are planning on living on campus will receive notification on how to reserve a space in one of our residence halls.
Rooms are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
Housing is guaranteed until June 1 only if you have paid your deposit and have completed the housing contract.
ACTION REQUIRED: Watch your mail for information on how to reserve your room on campus.
Send us your final transcript(s)
- Upon graduation, ask your high school to send an official, final high school transcript that includes your graduation date.
- The final, official transcript is also required to release your financial aid.
- We also require official transcripts from every college you have attended.
ACTION REQUIRED: Provide SUNY Delhi with all final, official high school and college transcripts before arriving on campus.
Complete the Health Form
- Every student is required to complete the Health Form.
- This completed form is required prior to attendance.
ACTION REQUIRED: Download and complete the Health form prior to attending.
Waive Health Insurance
- All full-time students are required to carry health insurance.
- Students are automatically enrolled and charged for a student plan through the college.
- If a student already has health insurance coverage through an alternate source, they may complete an online health insurance waiver to opt-out of the college insurance plan. Learn how... Watch Demo Video!
- Complete Online Health Insurance Waiver
ACTION REQUIRED: Show proof of health insurance & waive insurance fee online.
Register your vehicle online
Students planning to park a vehicle on campus, must register for a parking permit.
Register Your Vehicle Online
Online Registration Instructions:
1. Log onto BroncoWeb
2. Enter your username and PIN.
3. Under Student Services and Financial Aid tab, select Parking Permits.
4. Disable Pop Up Blocker
5. Fill in all the required information.
6. Choose payment option and complete form.
ACTION REQUIRED: Register your vehicle online prior to orientation.
ACTION REQUIRED: Attend Orientation and then start classes!
If applicable, complete the Students with Disabilities Self Disclosure form
- SUNY Delhi does not have a specialized disability program, but support services are offered.
- Students with physical or learning disabilities must self identify to receive services.
- Provide the Students with Disabilities Office with required documentation.
ACTION REQUIRED: If you have a physical or learning disability, complete and return the self disclosure form included with your acceptance letter.
Fall - Apply for admissions: Complete the application, provide school counselor with the transmittal form or application. When accepted, pay the deposit to hold your spot in your major and send back applicable forms received from SUNY Delhi.
Winter - Apply for financial aid
Spring - Attend an Accepted Student Day Program.
Summer - Start Packing!
August 30- September 1, 2013 - Attend Orientation
September 2, 2013 - Attend your first day of classes.