Dear Parents & Families,
Dear Parents & Families,
We hope you are enjoying a relaxing summer. We are gearing up for the start of the academic year, and want to share important information that you and your student need for the start of the fall semester.
Student Health Insurance Waiver
The Student Health Insurance Waiver must be completed ANNUALLY – College policy requires that all full-time students purchase a student accident and health insurance plan unless they can prove they have equivalent coverage. All students are automatically billed $1,425 for the College’s Student Health Insurance plan. To remove the charge, you must complete the Online Waiver as soon as possible, and no later than October 1, 2015. For more information call (607) 746-4690.
Pre-Pack Textbook Program
Barnes & Noble staff will pre-package all the books and supplies you need for the semester. It’s easy, and saves time! Order online through the Barnes & Noble College Bookstore. Choose “pick up at the store” and your order will be waiting when you arrive on campus. Barnes & Noble offers competitive pricing and guarantees correct course materials. Call (607) 746-4760 or email Patti and Nick at email@example.com with any questions or for assistance in placing your order.
Personal Property Insurance
The College strongly recommends that each student purchase property insurance to protect their electronics and belongings from theft, fire and damage. For more information on this very reasonably priced product, visit National Student Services, Inc. or call (800) 256-6774.
Required Parking Permit
All vehicles driven or parked on campus must be registered with University Police. This includes student vehicles for full-time or part-time students. We highly recommend that full-time students register in advance online to avoid long lines at orientation. If you are a part-time student or will graduate in December, you must register your vehicle in person. Be sure to bring a copy of your schedule. For more information about fees or procedures for registering online, visit the Parking Information webpage or call University Police at (607) 746-4700.
The College Association at Delhi, Inc. (CADI) is looking forward to feeding your student this Fall. Visit the CADI Parent section for information regarding CADI services and dining plans. If your student is living OFF CAMPUS, they can add a meal plan here and if they are living ON CAMPUS, they can change their meal plan here. You can add flexibility to your student’s ID card by adding a guest deposit of Delhi Dollars at Managemyid.com to use in campus vending machines, the Barnes & Noble Bookstore and at participating off campus locations. Call (607) 746-4750 with any questions. CADI Cares!
Family Day – Sat, Sept. 26
Please Save the Date – Saturday, September 26, so you can take part in one of Delhi’s most popular traditions. The best part of Family Day is being together with your student and enjoying a full day of exciting events. You will receive a mailing with information including a schedule of events and registration information in early August. The About the Delhi Area webpage has a list of area accommodations to help you make reservations early.
Visit the Parents & Families webpage frequently to read our monthly E-Newsletter, and see photos of recent events involving students. As always, you may contact the Parent Help Line at (607) 746-4505 for any further needs. We look forward to seeing you and your student this fall!
Dear New Students, Parents & Families,
Fall Orientation is coming soon!!New student orientation is Friday, August 28 through Sunday, August 30. During Orientation new students will meet their academic advisor, learn about support services available, meet lots of people and make friends!
Residential students will move in on Friday--more information will be coming from Residence Life on specific assigned move-in times.
Commuter Students and families are encouraged to attend the commuter welcome program on Thursday, August 27.
For more details, check out the Orientation website which includes directions to campus and frequently asked questions. If you have additional questions, call 607-746-4690, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Orientation, SUNY Delhi
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