College Association at Delhi
Is your SUNY Delhi ID not working? Do you have questions about your meal plan? In order to limit the number of people in the CADI office at the same time, we are open for appointments only, Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
We are happy to help you. Please call 607-746-4750, or email CADI@delhi.edu to make an appointment. Please include a detailed message with your name, 800# and the issue you are experiencing, so we can investigate properly.
Dine Your Way
Head to one of SUNY Delhi’s five dining centers for an all-you-can-eat dinner, late-night snack, grab-and-go meal, or a quick cup of coffee. With convenient locations across campus, a full stomach is never far away.
The College Association at Delhi, Inc. is dedicated to supporting the success of SUNY Delhi and each and every student through all of its endeavors and programs. The College Association at Delhi, Inc. contributes to the success of SUNY Delhi's inclusive community by providing nourishment, guidance, scholarship, and experiences in a synergistic, efficient and respectful manner.
The Association and all of its employees aspire to model practices which reflect the organizational values of superb customer service, teamwork, sustainability, honesty, integrity, employee development, and service to the campus and local community.
About the Organization
The College Association at Delhi was established in 1956 as a 501(c)3 and is governed by a Board of Directors which is made up of faculty, staff, students and administration. The College Association provides auxiliary services for the SUNY Delhi campus community, including dining, ID cards, payroll, vending, and printing services. The organization also owns real estate, operates a restaurant at The College Golf Course, and contracts with Barnes and Noble to manage the campus book store. The College Association provides over $200,000 annually to support student scholarships, academic programs and services, staff development, major campus events such as Orientation, Community Service Day, Family Day, Commencement, major student weekends, and other campus priorities. The Auxiliary also provides financial support on behalf of the college to a number of campus non-profit partners in the community. The organization employs nearly 300 full- and part-time staff, including approximately 20 managers, 85 union members and 185 student employees.
230 Farrell Student & Community Center
Open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday