Graduate Program Admissions

Graduate Program Admissions

New Students - How to Apply

Submit the $75 non-refundable application fee using our online QuickPay System.

Deadline to apply:

July 15 for fall admissions

November 15 for spring admissions

Former Graduate Degree Students - How to Apply

  • Former SUNY Delhi students enrolled in either the Nursing Education or Nursing Administration program, please compete the Petition for Readmission form.

Required Documentation

  • Copy of all official college transcript(s) (Academic transcripts are required for all colleges attended, whether you received credit or not.)
  • Copy of your current RN License
  • 750 to 1,000 word essay addressing: How does graduate education correlate with your career plans and advance your professional growth?

*SUNY Delhi BSN graduates are only required to provide an updated copy of your RN license and college transcript(s) if not on file.

Send all required documentation to:

SUNY Delhi Admissions
454 Delhi Drive
Delhi, NY 13753-4454
Fax: 746-4104
Email: gradstudies@delhi.edu 

Foreign Transcripts

If you have attended a foreign college (outside of the U.S.), your transcripts must be evaluated by an evaluation service and arrive in a sealed envelope from the evaluation agency containing a degree and course-by-course evaluation.

Acceptable evaluation companies:

Admissions Requirements

Prospective graduate students must meet the minimum admissions requirements for the program they are applying to in order to be considered for admission.

  • Graduation from an ACEN or CCNE accredited baccalaureate program
  • Undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Unencumbered license to practice as an RN
  • Descriptive Statistics course with a grade of C or better 
  • 750 to 1,000 word personal statement or essay addressing how graduate education will advance your professional growth

Graduate Application Review

Upon receipt of a completed graduate application and application fee, the Graduate Admissions Committee will review graduate applications as space is available.

The Graduate Admissions Committee is comprised of admissions staff and members of the School of Nursing’s graduate faculty.

Official notification will be sent to the student by mail and email.


*Students who have not completed a Descriptive Statistics course within 10 years will be required to complete ALHT 202 Research Methods in their first session.