SUNY Delhi wants all of our students to become “Dollar Scholars” and be confident in managing their money, planning for the future, and creating healthy financial habits. Want to be a Dollar Scholar? Contact us to learn how to make your Bronco Bucks and Delhi Dollars last the whole semester, learn about taking out a credit card, getting ready for life after graduation, and more.
The Division of Student Life manages the Delhi Dollar $cholars program, a Financial Wellness committee on campus. The program was introduced during the Spring 2018 semester and will continue to evolve with increase programming, community outreach and resource development. The workgroup is made up of faculty and staff who are willing to meet with classes, departments, clubs, etc. to talk to students about the basics of managing their money.
Request a Presentation
Each presentation is tailored to meet the specific needs of the audience and can focus on a variety of topics. Complete the BroncoCONNECT form to request a presentation for your class or club/organization meeting. Please be advised that these events and programs can be offered virtually.
Meet the Delhi Dollar Scholars Team
SUNY Smart Track is a free online learning environment provided by SUNY that empowers students for a lifetime of success. The interactive services, tools and resources are available to help educate students to achieve smart money management skills. All you need to do is sign up and create your account.
Courses in Smart Track
- Banking basics
- Borrowing money
- Credit cards
- Credit history
- Identity theft
- Importance of savings
- Investing in your future
- Paying for college
- Tackling debt
- Taxes and you
- Understanding a paycheck
- Understanding insurance
- Working in college
- Your first job
- U.S. Department of Education Federal Student Aid website
For parents and students, everything about the financial aid process from borrowing money to repaying loans.
- Paying for College (from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau)
Intended to help you make informed financial decisions about how to pay for college.
- Preparing for College (from Federal Student Aid)
Provides informative checklists that can help you prepare academically and financially for college.
- Repaying Student Loans (from Federal Student Aid)
Offers information to help people with student loans manage the repayment process.