Financial Aid & Scholarships

Student Financial Services is a combined Financial Aid and Student Accounts office dedicated to helping students and families in the pursuit of their educational goals.  We understand that higher education is an investment in your future and we are here to assist you and provide resources each step of the way.

Connect with us virtually or in person!

Have questions about your financial aid, semester bill or need to submit documentation? SFS is available to assist you and answer your questions. Check out the various ways of getting in touch by visiting our Connect with SFS web page. 


Excelsior Scholarship Application

The Spring 2023 application is now open for new applicants until February 9, 2023.  New Excelsior Scholarship applicants are encouraged to complete the 2022-2023 FAFSA & NYS Student Aid Payment Application, along with a separate NYS Excelsior Scholarship application. This application is for students looking to receive a first-time award for the Spring 2023 term. Current Excelsior Scholarship recipients do not need to re-apply for the scholarship each year, but must maintain academic eligibility and complete the FAFSA and TAP applications. 

Student Loan Forgiveness

The Biden-Harris Administration has announced a Student Debt Relief Plan that includes loan forgiveness for eligible borrowers. Visit the Student Loan Debt Relief announcement for more information. 

Part-Time Aid Options 

Studying part-time this spring? Financial aid grants are available for eligible part-time students!  Check out our Grants web page for more information about the Federal Pell Grant, Part-Time TAP and the Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS) program.

NEW: SUNY Providing $1,000 Grants to Students from Foster Backgrounds

On top of FYSCI benefits, SUNY is offering an additional $1,000 grant through May 2023 to every eligible student who is not already receiving benefits to work with their campus financial aid teams to complete the process. For eligibility, visit the recent SUNY Press Release and email for a copy of the FYCSI Concent Form.

SUNY Tuition Refund Policy

Students who withdraw from college or drop individual classes may incur liability, based on the date of withdrawal for full semester (15 week) classes. If you are considering withdrawing from college, or may drop individual classes, the full SUNY Delhi refund policy, including housing/meal plan refunds, and deadlines can be found on our Withdrawal from College web page.

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