Student Newsletter

Student Newsletter Fall 2022

Updated: 08/11/2022

Please refer to the Mydelhi Student page throughout the year for current information and links to campus offices and the COVID-19 Policies for Fall 2022 page for current up-to-date information.

All fall semester classes begin on Monday, August 29, 2022 and end on Friday, December 16, 2022.


HEALTH SERVICES – Given our concern for the health of our campus community and the high transmissibility of COVID-19 variants, all students must complete one of the following before they return to campus.

Vaccinated and non-vaccinated students who HAVE NOT tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 90 days must complete a rapid COVID-19 test before they return to campus.

The purpose of this plan is to help ensure the health and well-being of the SUNY Delhi campus community, while offering students the best college experience possible during the COVID-19 outbreak.

SUNY retains the authority to pause campus activities in case of increased community transmission. SUNY Delhi will continue to monitor COVID-19 on campus and rely on recommendations from SUNY, the local department of health, and the CDC regarding increased health protocols and modifications to in-person learning. As such, this plan is subject to change.

Vaccination Requirement
In accordance with SUNY mandates, all residential students and students coming to campus for any reason (including to work, eat, study, use any campus facility, attend meetings, etc.) must submit documentation of either being fully vaccinated or approved for a medical or religious exemption to the Patient Portal  by August 1, 2022.

For the purposes of this plan, an individual is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or two weeks after a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Students may apply and qualify for an exemption from these requirements in limited circumstances and with requisite documentation. These exemptions include:

medical exemption (pdf)  for students with documented medical reasons.

religious exemption (pdf)  for students with sincere and genuine religious beliefs against vaccination.

A fully online exemption for students whose classes take place 100% online.

Please note: Returning/continuing students who have already been approved for a religious or medical exemption for 2021-2022 do not need to reapply. Returning/continuing students who had a previous fully online exemption do need to reapply each semester as their schedule and campus reporting requirements may have changed.

Face masks
Face masks are required for anyone on days 5-10 of isolation. Masks are also required at the request of any faculty/staff in a classroom or office, and in the Health and Counseling Center. We highly recommend that anyone who is not feeling well or has upper respiratory symptoms wear a mask.

Student Arrival
All students must complete an at-home COVID-19 test before arriving on campus. The test must be taken within a 72-hour window before arrival on campus. The test must be negative and be uploaded to the student’s SUNY Delhi patient portal  before arrival to campus. Residential students also have to show proof of a negative test to their RA before receiving the keys to their room.  

If a student’s pre-arrival COVID-19 test is positive, the student is required to isolate at home for five days before arriving on campus. Once on campus, they are required to wear a mask around others for another five days. A positive test result must also be uploaded to the SUNY Delhi patient portal and emailed to Health Services at Health Services staff will be in touch with the student.

Any student who tries to access campus facilities for any reason without meeting the vaccination requirements will be subject to sanctions per the Student Code of Conduct.

COVID-19 Testing
SUNY has directed all campuses to conduct surveillance testing for exempted unvaccinated students. SUNY Delhi will conduct monthly testing for exempted unvaccinated students once a month. The testing requirements are subject to change depending on the COVID-19 situation on campus or in the community.

Students who do not comply with mandatory testing will face disciplinary measures up to and including removal from campus and de-registration from classes. The college's standard financial liability and refund policies will apply.

Regardless of vaccination status, students who believe they have symptoms of COVID-19 must go to Health Services to be tested, or conduct an at-home COVID-19 test before attending classes. Diagnostic testing for symptomatic students will be available at Health Services in Foreman Hall during regular business hours.

Any student experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status, must contact Health Services to be tested.

Our quarantine/isolation policy is as follows:

Fully vaccinated students who have been exposed to COVID-19 but are asymptomatic are not required to quarantine.

Exempted students who have been exposed to COVID-19 or who test positive, symptomatic or not, are required to isolate at home per instructions of Health Services.

On-campus students who test positive for COVID-19 will be required to isolate at home or in the designated isolation hall.

Off-campus students who test positive for COVID-19 must submit proof of a positive test and isolate at their place of residence until released by Health Services.

RESIDENCE HALLS and Riverview Townhouses open for returning students on Saturday, August 27, 2022, 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, August 28, 2022 between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.  No accommodations can be made for early arrivals, so please plan accordingly.

Students will need to follow all current COVID-19 protocols, including providing proof of a negative COVID-19 test during the residence hall check-in process.

For those students traveling from NYC, Trailways Buses drops off in the village of Delhi and on campus; please pay attention to the location when you are booking your tickets.

Residential students must check in at their building’s office when they arrive in order to get their keys and gain card access to the building. 

If you will need to check-in to the residence halls on or after Monday, August 29, please contact Residence Life at to make arrangements.

CADI DINING SERVICES  - Dining service operations have been modified to follow compliance standards on room capacity, physical distancing, and sanitization. Some of the modifications include: 

  • Take-out options will be available at Farrell Commons and Treat Street for meals.
  • Don’t wait in line! Pre-order and pay online through GET for food orders. Download the GET app and see what is available. Pre-orders can also be placed online at the GET website..
  • The Campus Convenience Store is reopening this semester with smart vending options.
  • Dining hours will posted online at the CADI Dining Locations web page, and may be adjusted to allow for social distancing and density reduction.

The default meal plan is the 19 meal per week plan.  The deadline to change your dining plan is Friday, September 9 at 4 p.m., and you can change it on the Student Housing Management Access system. Off-Campus and Riverview students must also add a dining plan by going to this system.  For more information about the dining plan options, visit the CADI Meal Plans web page or call us at 607-746-4750.

The Barnes and Noble Campus Bookstore will be open:
Thursday, August 25:                 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, August 26:                       8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, August 27:                  10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday, August 28:                     10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday, August 29:                    8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, August 30:                    8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday, August 31:              8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday, September 1:              8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, September 2:                   8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Normal hours resume Monday, September 5 (Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

Barnes and Noble Café will be open:

Thursday, August 25:                  8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday, August 26:                        8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, August 27:                   10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday, August 28:                      10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday, August 29:                     7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, August 30:                    7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, August 31:              7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, September 1:              7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday, September 2:                    7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 3:               Closed
Sunday, September 4:                  Closed
Normal hours resume Monday, September 5 (Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday Closed)

ACADEMIC PROBATION CONTRACTS - If you are on academic probation, your contract must be signed with your advisor no later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday, September 7, 2022. 

Applied Sciences students should see their academic advisor in their advisor's office.
Applied Technologies students should see their academic advisor in their advisor's office.
Business students should see Professor Barbara Sturdevant, Program Director, in Sanford Hall, Room 148A.
Hospitality students should see Dr. David Brower, Dean, in Alumni Hall, Room 111.
Liberal Arts and Sciences students should see their academic advisor in their advisor's office.
School of Nursing students should see their academic advisor in their advisor's office.
Veterinary Science students should see their academic advisor in their advisor's office.
Undeclared students should see their academic advisor in their advisor's office.

FAILURE TO SIGN YOUR ACADEMIC PROBATION CONTRACT WILL RESULT IN DISMISSAL FROM COLLEGE.   Carefully review your course schedule.  If you have questions, see your academic advisor. 

The SUNY Delhi Student Handbook is the college’s official notification to the campus community containing resources, policies, regulations and community standards. Students are responsible for knowing and abiding by the information contained in this Handbook. The information in the web version of the SUNY Delhi Student Handbook is considered the official version of all documents. Should there be a Handbook with a different version located elsewhere with different content, this web version should be considered the most current and most accurate.

SMOKING POLICY - As per New York State law, smoking is prohibited in all campus buildings and residence halls. As per SUNY Delhi policy, smoking is defined as the use of a lit cigarette, cigar, electronic cigarette or any other form of smoking device.  Smoking is permitted only in designated gazebos and parking lots. Cannabis is not permitted on campus.

STUDENT PIN - Your PIN is your password for Bronco Web, Vancko Hall, Email, Degree Works and GoPrint. Your PIN can be changed within Bronco Web.

BRONCO WEB - To access Bronco Web, go to My Delhi Student Resources and click Bronco Web. Choose ‘Log in using your Delhi ID number and PIN.'  Enter your User ID (your 800 ID number or social security number) and your PIN. If you have forgotten your PIN, enter your User ID, and then click the ‘Forgot PIN?’ button. You will be asked the security question you initially provided, and you will set a new PIN when you answer the question correctly. Alternately, you may use the ‘Log in using single sign on’ option: Enter your username (ie jd23) and your PIN.

PRINTING CLASS SCHEDULESStudents in Good Academic Standing - All students in good standing may print their official class schedule from the Web after 5 p.m. on Thursday, August 25. It is important to obtain your official class schedule due to class cancellations, time changes, etc. Your schedule may be different from your tentative schedule developed in the spring.   Immediately after printing your official class schedule, check to see if you have a course MISC 9999 on your schedule.  BEWARE!  This is NOT a real course – it means that your schedule is incomplete and needs attention.  See your academic advisor or contact your school office immediately!  If you want to print your schedule, but have forgotten your PIN, follow the steps listed under “Bronco Web.”


EMAIL ADDRESS – All students have a campus email address.  Important announcements for students will be sent via campus email.  It is your responsibility to check your campus email regularly for important announcements and information.

To find your email address:  Log in to Bronco Web, click ‘Personal Information,’ then ‘View EMail Addresses,’ look under ‘SUNY Delhi Student Email System.’ Your email address is your initials followed by a number, then (ex:
To log in to your email account:  Go to the SUNY Delhi web site, click “Webmail,” enter your username (ex: gd23). Your password is your Bronco Web PIN. 

REMINDER: Accounts Are Not Forever. Any student not registered for classes for the current or future semesters will have their account removed. This includes access to email, file shares, online course work and other campus systems. If you need to retain information, files, emails, contacts, etc. - make sure you forward or retain a personal copy. 

ACADEMIC CAMPUS WIRELESS - DELHI-SECURE Wireless Internet Access is available in main areas, conference rooms, and classrooms in all academic, administrative and recreational buildings on the Main Campus. Wireless access is also available on the Valley Campus in the Decker Auto Lab, Delhi Campus Child Care, Dairy Barn and Turf Center.

To access the internet, you must connect to SSID: ‘DELHI-SECURE’ with your Username and Password (Username: First part of email address (ex: jd34); Password: Bronco Web PIN), then open your browser. You will be automatically redirected to the BYOD Registration page. If no login page comes up, go to (you can manage your devices here).

For additional information visit SUNY Delhi's Bring Your Own Device web page, or contact the Help Desk at 607-746-4835, or

RESIDENCE HALL WIRELESS - This wireless network offers you the ability to “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD). You can easily self-register up to nine devices at a time, including your mobile phone, tablet, laptop, gaming system, etc. For additional information on registration and support, consult SUNY Delhi's Wireless Internet web page.

CAMPUS ADDRESS FOR REGULAR & CAMPUS MAIL - ALL students taking classes at SUNY Delhi have access to the Mail Center which is located on the Club Level of Farrell Center, Room 009. Open hours are Monday to Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.  Please check the Student Mail Center's web page for updates on our hours.

Returning students: Your campus address is as follows:   Your Name 
                                                                                                      649 Bronco Drive, #_____
                                                                                                      Delhi, NY  13753-4450

The Student Mail Center will no longer be giving mailbox numbers to new students. Instead, new students will utilize their email in place of a mailbox number. Example:        Your Name
                                                                          649 Bronco Drive, RS212
                                                                          Delhi, NY 13753

BRONCO PACKAGE EXPRESS – Students are notified by the Bronco Package Express via student email when a package is delivered and ready for pick up at the Student Mail Center.  You must have either your SUNY Delhi I.D. or government-issued picture I.D. to pick up a package or mail.  The mail center is located in the club level of Farrell Center, Room 009.

MANDATORY MEETING FOR STUDENTS LIVING OFF CAMPUS - All students living locally to campus (this does not include those commuting from home or residing in Riverview Townhouses) are required to attend the mandatory meeting on Wednesday, September 7, at 7 p.m. in the Centennial Center, Sanford Hall. Information you are obligated to know and benefit from will be covered.

LOCAL ADDRESS REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS LIVING OFF CAMPUS - College policy requires that all students living off campus at a residence other than their family home notify the college of their off-campus address and phone number before Friday, September 9. Failure to do so will result in a hold being placed on your record.  You should change your local address on Bronco Web or at the Registrar’s Office (124 Bush Hall). 

EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION – RAVE MOBILE SAFETY – SUNY Delhi is a member of the Rave Mobile Safety emergency notification system capable of delivering messages to your SUNY Delhi email address and personal address, as well as your land line and cell phone. Manage your account at Rave Mobile Safety-Emergency Alert System (

ID CARDS - Remember to bring your student ID from last semester. To aid in identification, all SUNY Delhi students should visibly wear their valid SUNY Delhi ID while on campus. If you lost your ID, you may get a replacement for $25.  The CADI office will be open on Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, August 28, 1 p.m. - 8 p.m. 
To reduce lines and waiting times, please call 607-746-4750 or email to set up an appointment to get a new ID.  Federal regulations require all students receiving an ID card to present a government-issued photo ID (driver’s license, passport, etc.). Failure to provide this information may result in a lapse of ID privileges.

PARKING PERMITS   All vehicles parked on campus must be registered with University Police. Student decals can be purchased online via BroncoWeb for $162 including tax. All vehicles must be registered no later than noon on Thursday, September 1, 2022. After September 1, decals must be purchased in person at University Police at North Hall, Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.   

VETERAN PARKING FEE WAIVER – Any veteran, as defined in Section 360 of the NYS Education Law who has been honorably discharged, may have their campus vehicle registration fee waived. Veterans may register their own personal vehicles for free and a second car for $10 plus tax. Qualified Veterans must provide verified documentation (DD214) of this status to the Campus Veteran Affairs Coordinator and/or to the University Police Department.

For parking fee information, please refer to the Parking Fees schedule link.

Please note: All vehicles parked on campus must be registered with University Police. Temporary parking passes are available at University Police which is staffed 24 hours a day. Students must park in student areas during designated hours (please refer to Section II of the Campus Parking Brochure).

STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES – BILLING: Fall 2022 semester bills must be paid in full before classes begin.  Students will receive an electronic billing notification via their SUNY Delhi email when their semester charges are available in Bronco Web.  The semester bill includes their financial obligation for the cost of tuition, fees, room and/or board (if applicable) and any other student specific charges such as lab fees etc. Check out our Fall 2022 Semester Billing Guide for more information.

FINANCIAL AID: View your most recent financial aid and/or outstanding requirements in your Bronco Web. Students who have not applied for aid or who have outstanding requirements will need to submit these items before their eligibility can be determined.  Deadlines apply for certain aid programs and completing the aid process before the semester begins is encouraged. Visit our web page for important information including additional aid opportunities, staying eligible for financial aid and more!

VETERANS’ EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS (GI BILL): Students eligible to receive veterans’ educational benefits need to contact Traci Raymond, veterans’ certifying official,, 607-746-4571 between Monday, August 29 and Tuesday, September 6, to confirm their fall semester attendance.

REFUNDS: Students whose bill is paid in full and have an excess credit will be refunded for the difference according to our refund policy. Refunds are issued through Bank Mobile according to the student’s refund preference (Direct Deposit to an existing bank account or Bank Mobile Vibe).  To create, update or view your refund preference, visit the Bank Mobile disbursement website. 

Parent loan refund checks will be mailed to the address on the plus borrower’s loan application. NOTE: There is no guarantee as to when loan funds will be available, so be sure to bring money for books!

Students are encouraged to check their Delhi email and review their Bronco Web often for important communications from Student Financial Services (SFS) related to financial aid and/or billing.

Contact SFS by phone,  email or virtual/in-person appointment. Visit our Connect Virtually web page for more information.


Admissions (Enrollment Services)



Applied Sciences


Applied Technologies



Athletics Department


Business and Hospitality:



Campus Store


College Association at Delhi, Inc. (CADI)



Computer Info Systems (Help Desk)


Health and Counseling



Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)


Liberal Arts and Sciences



Provost’s Office





Residence Life


Resnick Academic Achievement Center



Resnick Library


School of Nursing



Student Financial Services


Student Life



Student Mailroom


Swimming Pool



University Police


Veterinary Science Technology

Information in this newsletter is subject to change.



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