International Student Services
Ready to apply? SUNY Delhi’s Department of Admissions partners with MOSAIC to help you through the process! Please read the following instructions carefully before submitting your application. After you apply, we will email you about the status of your application and request any documents needed to complete your application.
- Step 1: Complete either the SUNY Online Application or the Common Application.
- Step 2: Submit the $50 non-refundable application fee.
- Step 3: Send Academic Records.
- Step 4: Provide Evidence of English Language Proficiency.
- Step 5: Submit Financial Documents.
Submit the following documents directly to our campus.
The mailing address is:
Office of Admissions
454 Delhi Drive
Delhi, NY 13753
PLEASE NOTE: All transcripts must be official and received via mail. All other documents may be emailed to Kaleigh Herman, at email@example.com.
- Official Secondary School Records. Official records include: high school diplomas, high school leaving certificates, etc. Please note that each international student must have the equivalent of a United States high school diploma. These records must be in English.
- Official College Transcripts. Applicants who attended a college or university must arrange to have official transcripts forwarded directly to the Enrollment Services Office. Any transcripts from colleges or universities outside of the United States must be in English and evaluated by a Credential Evaluation Service, such as World Education Services.
- Official ACT or SAT Scores Required for all first-year bachelor's degree applicants,
first-year Nursing and Veterinary Science Technology applicants, and prospective first-year
student athletes must submit or include in their application an official copy of their
ACT and/or SAT scores.
SUNY Delhi Score Report Codes: ACT: 2916 SAT: 2525
- Autobiographical essay in English. Topics can include: why you are applying to study in the United States, reasons for selecting the field of study chosen, work experience relevant to your field of study, the explanation for any extended interruption in your school attendance, special interests and abilities you have, plans for further study and/or employment after completion of your first degree, family background, etc. The essay should be no longer than two pages.
- A copy of the biography page of your passport. This is the page that includes complete legal name, country of citizenship and photograph.
Non-Native English Speaking Applicants
Must also submit the following directly to the Admissions Office:
- English Proficiency Statement. This form must be completed by a director of courses in English (or duly designated representative) of a bi-national center or a professor of English at a school or university.
- Official TOEFL score. A minimum score of 475 (written) or 55 (TOEFL iBT) is required, OR
- Official IELTS score. A minimum score of 5.5 is required.
- Official PTE score. A minimum score of 44 is required.
- Official GTEC score. A minimum score of 1033 is required.
Financial Evaluation Process
The financial evaluation process relates to issuance of the Form 1-20, which occurs after the student has been accepted. Please note that admission decisions are not based upon immigration status. Once you are accepted, you will need a Form I-20 in order to obtain an F-1 Student Visa. In order for SUNY Delhi to issue a Form I-20 after acceptance, a tuition and housing deposit of $150 U.S. dollars must be paid to the college.
We require the following documents for the financial evaluation process. These documents must be dated nine months or fewer prior to the date of the semester you are attending and can be sent directly to the Enrollment Services Office at SUNY Delhi:
- Foreign Financial Statement (FSA-4)
- An official bank statement showing available funding for one full academic year. The bank statement must come from the student, his or her parent(s), or a sponsor. The balance must be converted to U.S. dollars.
Application Plans and Deadlines
The application process at SUNY Delhi is based on a rolling admission plan wherein we will accept applications until the program has reached its acceptance or enrollment limit. The Admissions staff will start its 2022-23 application review October 1.