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Summer Course Offerings

SUNY Delhi welcomes individuals interested in non-matriculated or non-degree studies. "Non-matriculated" simply means that a student has not been formally admitted to a degree or certificate program, but is enrolled in credit-bearing courses. Students take courses in non-matriculated status for a variety of reasons, which may include:

  • To become familiar with the college environment and college-level work
  • To improve academic standing before applying for matriculated admission to a degree program
  • To complete program prerequisites or General Education requirements before starting a degree program
  • To meet job advancement needs or build skills for employment
  • For personal interest and enrichment

Non-matriculated students are classified as part time, taking fewer than 12 credit hours per semester and are not eligible for financial aid. Learn more about the policies and requirements for non-matriculated students.

Please contact the Registrar's Office with questions. 

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Some things to keep in mind:

  • Registration will depend on seat availability and application date.
  • Registration is NOT guaranteed.
  • We recommend making back-up arrangements in case we cannot accommodate you.
  • Academic Advisement for non-matriculated students is available and highly encouraged.  Please contact us to schedule an appointment. 
High school students have the opportunity to take a variety of current SUNY Delhi classes on campus or online. Courses are taught by SUNY Delhi professors and are a great way for students to get a jump start on earning college credits and gain experience with college-level classes.
 

Summer Course Offerings

SUNY Delhi offers flexible, affordable and accessible summer classes for everyone. Choose from a variety of courses to earn credit, complete general education requirements, boost your GPA, advance your career, or finish your degree. Use your time wisely this summer by earning credits in biology, business, hospitality, literature and more.

 

For more Information:
Contact the SUNY Delhi Office of Continuing Education and Professional Studies at 607-746-4545 or at CEPS@delhi.edu 

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