Apply as a Transfer to SUNY Delhi
You should apply as a transfer student if you have completed college-level coursework following high school graduation.
How to Apply
- Complete either the SUNY Online Application or the Common Application.
Be sure to indicate SUNY Delhi as the school you are interested in attending.
- Submit the $50 non-refundable application fee or request a SUNY Application Fee Waiver.
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. If you're a transfer student seeking the fee waiver, you must answer "yes" to the first question in the "Transfer History" section of the "Academic History" tab.
- Send all required documents (listed below) to:
SUNY Delhi Admissions
454 Delhi Drive
Delhi, NY 13753-4454
- Copy of all official college transcript(s) including (GETA) from SUNY Schools
(Academic transcripts are required for all colleges attended, whether you received credit or not.)
- Official final high school transcript
- Supplemental Information Form
Electronic transcripts will only be accepted if they are sent via a secure platform affiliated with SUNY Delhi. If you are unsure, contact our Registrar's Office at 607-746-4560.
Prospective transfer students must meet the minimum admissions requirements for the
program they are applying to in order to be considered for admission.
Minimum cumulative transfer grade point average:
- 2.0 for most associate degree and bachelor's degree programs, unless noted below
- 3.0 for associate degree Veterinary Science Technology and bachelor's degree Veterinary Technology
- 3.0 for associate degree (RN) and bachelor's degree (BSN) nursing programs
Please note: These are minimum requirements for admission consideration and do not guarantee admission to SUNY Delhi.
Admissions decisions are based on:
- All official college transcripts (Transfer Applicants)
- Completion of any prerequisites established by the program to which you are applying
- Space availability in the program
Application Plans and Deadlines
Please Note: New students who enter SUNY Delhi in a spring semester with the intention of internally transferring into a Nursing or Veterinary Science Technology program must be aware that current, matriculated SUNY Delhi students can only apply to internally transfer in a Nursing or Veterinary Science Technology program at the end of the fall semester for admission for the following fall semester. All transfer students with this intention are highly encouraged to apply directly to a Nursing or Veterinary Science Technology program with a fall semester starting point.
Former students looking to apply for re-admission please review our Readmission 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 will begin.
- October 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: Deadline for all transfer students offered admission on or prior to April 1 to submit their tuition deposit
- April - June (Multiple Dates): All deposited students must attend a Bronco Ready Orientation
Important: All new, on-campus clinical Nursing students must attend a Bronco Ready by June 4, 2022 to fulfill program requirements.
- August 25: Welcome Weekend Begins! (Commuting and Residential Students)
Please note: The dates above apply to students applying and offered admission for the Fall 2022 semester. Students who are offered admission for the Spring 2023 semester will receive a detailed notification of deadlines within their accepted student materials.
- Transfer credit and articulations
- Transfer credit information
- Transfer equivalencies
- Transfer credit student appeal form
TEAS Exam Information (Nursing Students)
(Test of Essential Academic Skills). Visit the Assessment Technologies Institute website for more information. TEAS total exam scores of 65 or higher will be considered for admission. Associate's in Nursing: Pre-Licensure program, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing: Dual Degree, require the TEAS exam with a Total Exam Score: 65.
- TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills). Visit the Assessment Technologies Institute website for more information.
- TEAS Scores are valid for one calendar year (from February 1 deadline).
- Applicants must provide an official transcript from ATI. Submit to Enroll@delhi.edu
- Study materials are available at the Assessment Technologies Institute website.
- Students may take the exam two times in a calendar year and must wait a minimum of 30 days in between tests.
- TEAS total exam scores of 65 or higher will be considered for admission.
- Please note that the Nursing Pre-Licensure Program will take two years to complete, regardless of previous coursework, due to the sequence of nursing courses required for graduation.
- Final decisions on applications are sent as soon as TEAS Exam and required documents are received. The preferred deadline for all information is February 1.