Institutional Research

Enrollment by Degree Type

Trends in Enrollment by Degree Type

Bar graph showing the degree-seeking enrollment breakdown between Associate, Baccalaureate, and Master level programs. Please refer to summary and data table below.

Summary of Trends

  • While associate degree enrollment continues to decline, baccalaureate enrollment has increased between Fall 2015 and Fall 2020.
  • There were 1,805 associate students in the Fall 2015 term, which is the highest enrollment for that group in the six-year timeframe; in Fall 2020, there were 978 associate students enrolled.
  • There were 1,578 baccalaureate students in the Fall 2015 term, with baccalaureate enrollment peaking in Fall 2020 at 1,736. The MSN program admitted students for the first time in the Fall 2014 semester, and has seen significant and continuous growth; there were two MSN students enrolled in Fall 2014, which has risen to 129 students in the Fall 2021 term.
  • Certificate students are included in the data table but not in the enrollment graph, because SUNY Delhi does not directly admit students into certificate programs; students are eligible to obtain certificates while completing degree requirements in certain associate programs.

*Excludes Non-Matriculated students     
**The MSN program admitted students for the first time in the Fall 2014 term

Enrollment by Degree Type

  Fall 2015 Fall 2016 Fall 2017 Fall 2018 Fall 2019 Fall 2020 Fall 2021
Certificate 8 11 8 5 1 1 2
AA 358 304 233 227 196 173 106
AAS 1031 1060 1000 836 749 685 571
AOS 250 244 245 239 214 194 187
AS 166 156 268 242 183 149 114
Associate 1805 1764 1746 1544 1342 1201 978
BBA 504 523 531 516 513 516 422
BS 89 128 159 159 170 227 228
BSN 792 753 753 702 696 712 616
BT 193 212 238 216 245 281 240
Bachelor 1578 1616 1681 1593 1624 1736 1506
MSN 26 37 39 55 85 100 129
Master 26 37 39 55 85 100 129
Total* 3417 3428 3474 3197 3052 3038 2615