Eligibility Guidelines & Forms
EOP Application Checklist/Forms
The forms below are required for acceptance into the Educational Opportunity Program.
- Sign in and Complete the financial information form and submit required documents through the SUNY EOP Eligibility Review Application
- Complete EOP Interest Form: then Connect with a SUNY Delhi EOP Counselor at email@example.com
- Submit the FASFA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at fasfa.gov
- FASFA Code: 002857
- TAP codes:
- 3020 Associate’s Degree
- 6020 Bachelor’s Degree
- Transfer Form: If you are a transfer student complete the EOP Transfer Verification Form (pdf)
- Check your Application Status: Once we receive your application, you will receive an email with a Username (your email), PIN number and link to your personal status page. Your status page will be updated as we receive application materials and/or request additional information. Please be sure to check back often. Note: The Admissions Office uses email as our main source of communication for important updates including application status notifications. If you need to update your email information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about EOP verification go to: Student Financial Services EOP Verification webpage
The Educational Opportunity Program is funded through the New York State Educational Opportunity Program. The guidelines are:
- Eligible first-time, transfer, or readmit/re-entry full-time students accepted to SUNY Delhi.
- Resident of New York State for 12 months prior to enrollment at SUNY Delhi.
- Consideration given to students from historically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Please note: Space is limited and EOP seats are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
- The EOP Staff will review your scholastic record to determine if you meet our academic criteria.
*For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $9,509 for each additional person.
INCOME GUIDELINES DO NOT APPLY IF:
- The student's family is the recipient of Family Assistance or Safety Net payments through the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance; or through a county Department of Social Services; or Family Day Care payments through the New York State Office of Children and Family Assistance;
- The student is in foster care as established by the court;
- The student is a ward of the state or county.