Campus Community Information

Campus Community Information

Animals on Campus

Animals are permitted on campus grounds provided: they are on a leash at all times; they are attended to at all times; and they are under the control of their owners at all times. However, in consideration of personal safety and sanitation, privately-owned animals are not allowed in college buildings, except service or leader dogs, or an animal in Farnsworth Hall associated with our Veterinary Science Technology program.

Owners are expected to clean up after their pets. These same regulations apply to the college-owned Outdoor Education Center located on Route 28. Persons violating this policy will be requested to leave campus immediately. Animals found unattended may be impounded by the University Police Department and turned over to the Delhi Animal Control Officer. To report the presence of an animal, call University Police.

Campus Communications

Student Mailbox - All students, residential and commuter, are assigned a campus mailbox at the Student Mail Center. Students are expected to check their campus mailbox and email regularly, and are held responsible for the information sent to you by the campus. 

Student Email - Students can find their email address by logging in to Bronco Web on the MyDelhi Student web page, clicking on 'Personal Information' and then 'View Email Address.' Students' email addresses are their initials followed by a number and then

* If this is your first time logging in to Bronco Web, you will also be prompted to create a Security Question & Answer.
* If you have changed your Bronco Web PIN, you should use your current PIN.
* If you have disabled your pin, you need to contact the CIS Help Desk.
* If you have forgotten your PIN:
Enter your User ID (SUNY Delhi 800 ID number or Social Security number).
Click “Forgot PIN” button.
Answer the challenge question.
Create a new PIN.

You may contact the Computer Information Systems Help Desk at 607-746-4835 with any questions. 

Chosen First Name Process

SUNY Delhi recognizes that some individuals wish to use a name other than their legal or official name of record to identify themselves in day-to-day use. The college acknowledges that a chosen first name can and should be used where possible in the course of college education, business, and communication. This policy is limited to first names and not surnames or family names. Review the complete Chosen First Name Process for more information.

Notice of Media Activity & Use

The Office of Marketing and Communications enjoys capturing photos and videos of people enjoying their time on the beautiful SUNY Delhi campus, and using them in print and web publications to foster a strong Delhi community. We use photos and videos to enhance the quality of our print materials, publications, the website, social media, publicity, marketing, advertising, and fundraising. Be sure to review the extended Media Activity & Use policy. For more information, please contact the Office of Marketing and Communications at or 607-746-4870.

Smoking Policy

  • As per NYS law, smoking is prohibited in all campus buildings and residence halls.
  • As per SUNY Delhi policy, smoking is defined as the use of a lit cigarette, cigar, electronic cigarette or any other form of smoking device. Smoking is permitted only in designated gazebos and parking lots.

Social Networking Policy, Wiki & Blog Policy

Any faculty, staff or student, including student organizations establishing a social media site or an email account that uses the SUNY Delhi name must consult with and receive approval from the college’s Office of Marketing and Communications, 167 Bush Hall.

Voter Registration

Visit the campus Voter Registration website for all your voter registration needs and information. Find out if you are registered to vote, gain access to digital absentee voting forms, and learn how to register to vote through the BroncoCONNECT TurboVote pathway.

The campus Access and Equity Services Office is a National Voter Registration Act site. Physical forms are available through the Access and Equity Services Office in the Resnick Academic Achievement Center and at the Student Mail Center in Farrell Center, as well as on the NYS Board of Elections website.