EOP Group

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 eop@delhi.edu 
  • 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 admissions@delhi.edu 

For more information about EOP verification go to: Student Financial Services EOP Verification webpage

Eligibility Guidelines

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.

Academic Eligibility

  • The EOP Staff will review your scholastic record to determine if you meet our academic criteria.

Income Guidelines

The table below lists financial eligibility requirements for EOP admission for students entering the 2023-24 academic year. Any subsequent changes to these guidelines will be posted here. In order to be determined economically disadvantaged, a student's household income must not exceed the amount shown for its size or the student's circumstances must conform to one of the exceptions indicated.

Household Size Income
1 $26,973
2 $36,482
3 $45,991
4 $55,500
5 $65,009
6 $74,518
7 $84,027
8 $93,536*

*For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $9,509 for each additional person.


  • 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.
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