Apply to SUNY Delhi
Whether you're applying as a first-year, transfer, or international student, the process is streamlined and ready for you to get started!
What you'll need to apply:
- The SUNY Online Application or Common Application
- $50 non-refundable application fee, or request a SUNY Application Fee Waiver (pdf). Information on the Common Application Fee Waiver can be found at The Common Application Applicant Solutions Center.
SUNY and CUNY Associate Degree Graduates: The State University of New York waives the $50 application fee for up to seven college choices for transfer students graduating with an associate degree from a SUNY or CUNY college who apply directly from graduation to the State University of New York for a bachelor's degree program.
Generally, you'll apply for admission in the fall, seek financial aid over the winter, then attend our Bronco Ready Orientation Program in the spring to prepare for your college career at SUNY Delhi.
Admissions decisions are based on:
- Official High School Transcripts or equivalency scores (First-Year Applicants)
- All Official College Transcripts (Transfer Applicants)
- Completion of any prerequisites established by the program for which you are applying
- Space availability in the program
- Test Optional: Official ACT or SAT Test Scores
SUNY Delhi Score Report Codes: ACT: 2916 SAT: 2525
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 begins its 2024-25 application review October 1, 2023.
Please Note: New students who enter SUNY Delhi in a spring semester with the intention of internally transferring into the Veterinary Science Technology program must be aware that current, matriculated SUNY Delhi students can only apply to internally transfer into the Veterinary Science Technology program at the end of the fall semester for admission the following fall semester. All transfer students with this intention are highly encouraged to apply directly to the Veterinary Science Technology program with a fall semester starting point.
For former students looking to apply for readmission, please visit our readmissions web page.
Online and Graduate Admissions
To learn more about our Online and Graduate Program Admissions Process, visit our site for Online Education.
- October 1: Rolling Admissions review begins.
- January 1: Students may start applying for Financial Aid using FAFSA. (New York students, don't forget to apply for TAP!)
- February 15: Preferred deadline to apply for Financial Aid
- May 1: National Decision Day to submit your tuition deposit (First-Year Students)
- March - June (Multiple Dates): All accepted students are invited to attend an Accepted Students Day.
- August 22: Welcome Weekend Begins! (Commuting and Residential Students)
Please note: The dates above apply to students applying and offered admission for the Fall 2024 semester. Students who are offered admission for the Spring 2024 semester will receive a detailed notification of deadlines with their accepted student materials.
Home-schooled students residing in New York State must provide documentation of successful completion of the high school home school program as required by the New York State Department of Education. Home-schooled students residing outside of New York State must provide documentation of successful completion of the high school home school program as required by their state of residence.
This can be done by:
- Providing an official letter of completion of all high school requirements signed by the home district superintendent (or designee).
- New York Residents: Providing the official score report of the TASC (GED Exam).
- Non-New York Residents: Providing the official score report of a High School Equivalency Exam recognized by their state of residence.
Online High School or Correspondence Study Diplomas
New York Residents: The New York State Board of Regents does not recognize high school diplomas completed online or through correspondence study taken as a New York State resident. In turn, SUNY Delhi does not recognize these diplomas for admission consideration.
Out-of-State Residents: High school diplomas completed through online or correspondence study may be considered if the online or correspondence study diploma is recognized by the state in which they reside.