Health and Counseling Services
Health and Counseling Services
Pre-Semester Testing and Quarantine
Unvaccinated students, which includes students who are not fully vaccinated, must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test taken within the past five (5) days prior to arriving on campus. Students may upload their negative COVID-19 test results in the patient portal.
Approved Documentation for the Pre-Arrival COVID tests: Over-the-counter rapid antigen tests (Binax Now) that are performed at home will not be accepted as proof of a negative test result within 5 days prior to arrival to campus. They also will not be accepted as proof of a positive test. Health Services will not accept a picture of these kits as proof of a positive result either. All tests must be performed at a Primary Care Provider’s office, Urgent Care, hospital, or a pharmacy where legitimate documentation of the test can be provided.
In lieu of a negative test, unvaccinated students will need to quarantine for at least ten (10) days prior to arriving to campus and sign an attestation that they did so. The quarantine attestation is available in the patient portal and must be submitted prior to your arrival.
Students who are vaccinated must provide proof to Health Services that they have been fully vaccinated or are in the process of getting the COVID vaccination prior to arrival on campus. Students must submit a copy of their vaccination card in the patient portal.
Mandatory Student Daily Health Screening for Unvaccinated Students
Upon arrival to campus, unvaccinated students will begin performing a daily self-assessment screening for symptoms of infectious illnesses, including COVID-19. Anyone with signs or symptoms of infectious illness should stay home when sick and/or seek medical care.
Mandatory Surveillance Pool Testing
The entire campus population is required to participate in mandatory surveillance testing the first week of classes.
Vaccinated students are required to participate in periodic mandatory surveillance testing throughout the semester.
All unvaccinated students who will reside in campus housing or come to campus for any reason (e.g., for classes or labs, to work or use campus facilities, attend meetings, etc.) are required to participate in weekly surveillance testing for COVID. Failure to attend testing can lead to judicial consequences.
Out-of-State Travel Notice
All out-of-state and international students who have had the COVID-19 vaccine, or are in the process of getting fully vaccinated, must provide Health Services with a copy of their vaccination card by uploading it to their patient portal.
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, students in need of medical or counseling assistance should call the clinic at 607-746-4690 for telephone triage and to schedule an appointment.
No walk-ins are being seen at this time.
Hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Do your part to reduce the spread of germs by wearing a face covering, washing your hands, and maintaining a six-foot space between you and others.
The SUNY Delhi Health and Counseling Services Department is the primary care facility for students enrolled at the main campus of the college. Our medical clinic is staffed by Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and Registered Nurses providing a wide range of services. Licensed counselors provide individual and group counseling to enhance the academic experience and personal growth of students. These services are complemented by advocacy services and a strong health education and program. There is no charge for office visits, as all SUNY students pay a mandatory health fee of $170.00 per semester.
- Is Health and Counseling open?
Health and Counseling Services in Foreman Hall is open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- What should I do if I think I have symptoms of the coronavirus (COVID-19)?
Call Health Services at 607-746-4690. If Health Services is closed, call O’Connor Hospital at 607-746-0300, or your medical provider. Refrain from being near others until you know you do not have COVID.
- What do I do if I am not on campus and want to talk with my counselor?
Call 607-746-4690 and request to speak with your counselor. We will work with you to ensure you receive the assistance you need.
- What do I do if I feel sick when the Health and Counseling Services is not open?
If you feel you can’t wait until we are open, call O’Connor Hospital at 607-746-0300. Remember, too, that University Police are available for emergencies at 607-746-4700.
- I am running out of my medication that Health and Counseling prescribes. What should
Call us at 607-746-4690 during our scheduled business hours. Please have the name and address of your local pharmacy ready when you call, so we can get your prescription filled.
- I am anxious and afraid. What should I do?
Disconnect from social media. Focus on the facts and avoid rumors. Get your information from reliable sources. Practice good self-care, including regular exercise, avoid substance use, and reach out to peers and/or family who are part of your support system. You may also call and speak with one of our counseling staff.
The Broncos CARE Team can help. Learn more about the Broncos CARE Team.
Student of Concern Referrals
Health and Counseling Services is located in Foreman Hall in the center of campus,
between Alumni and Gerry Halls. Handicapped parking is available in both the Alumni
and Gerry Lots, and handicap accessibility is via the front door of the building.
Contact University Police 607-746-4700.
Online Patient Portal
Students may submit mandatory health requirements and access their immunization records via the Online Patient Portal. Once logged in to the portal, you will be able to set up your personal account.
How to use the Online Patient Portal Video