CARE Team - Student information

CARE Team - Student information

Where to Go for Help

Emergencies – Contact University Police at 607-746-4700 or call 911.

Academic Help

The Resnick Academic Achievement Center on the second evel of Bush Hall houses academic advisors, free tutoring, a math and writing center, assistance for students with disabilities, and so much more. Phone:  607-746-4650.

Physical Health & Sickness

The SUNY Delhi Health Service is located in Foreman Hall and is available to all students attending classes on the Delhi campus. All students living on campus, and those commuting from the local area, are billed a mandatory health fee, which entitles them to unlimited access to our medical clinic. The clinic has both walk-in and appointment slots available, and is open until 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and until 5 p.m. on Friday. Phone: 607-746-4690.

Mental Health & Wellness

Counseling Services is located in Foreman Hall and shares a common waiting area with Health Services.  Free, confidential services are available to all SUNY Delhi students.  Walk-in, appointment, and same-day emergency appointments are all available. Counselors assist students with a wide range of issues including stress management, depression and anxiety, family issues, relationship issues, substance use, victimization, and personal development issues. Phone: 607-746-4690.

Financial Help

Student Financial Services, located on the first floor of Bush Hall, is dedicated to helping students and families in the pursuit of their educational goals. Phone: 607-746-4570.

Regalia Food Pantry

Equipped to provide a variety of food and personal care items for our students in need. The food pantry is overseen by the O’Connor Center for Community Engagement.

  • The Regalia Food Pantry is located in Farrell Student & Community Center, Lower Level, Room 032.
  • Hours of operation: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Emergency Loans

Limited funding may be available for personal emergency situations. See the Student Life Division Office for more information, 607-746-4440.

Helping a Friend in Need

Friends are often in the best position to spot the warning signs that a friend is struggling.  Friends are also in the best position to refer a student for help.