Campus Services

Campus Services

Veteran Student Services

  • Veteran-to-veteran mentoring and support
  • Veteran educational benefit assistance
  • Liaison with local, state and federal veteran resources

Health and Counseling Services

Health Services

  • No appointment necessary to be seen in our Medical Clinic.  No insurance is needed to be seen.
  • Consultation and treatment with our Nurse Practitioners, including our College Physician and part-time Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Counseling Services

  • Individual confidential counseling for adjustment issues, depression, stress and anxiety, academic problems, relationship issues, substance abuse and other mental or behavioral health issues
  • Group Counseling for peer support
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Student Veteran Support Team

  • Committee that consists of faculty, staff and students who are committed to student veteran needs
  • Contact Dr. Leonel Diaz, Jr., the Assistant Director of the MOSAIC Multicultural Center, at

Resnick Academic Achievement Center

  • Academic Advising/Early Warning System
  • Career and Transfer Services
  • Tutoring
  • Math Center
  • Writing Center & Online Writing Tutoring
  • International Students
  • Access and Equity (formerly Disability Services)
  • Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
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Access and Equity Services

  • SUNY Delhi is committed to providing equal access for all qualified individuals to its programs and educational opportunities.
  • Accommodations may include, but are not limited to:
    • Special classroom seating
    • Note-taking assistance
    • Print materials in alternative formats
    • Auxiliary aids, such as calculators, word processors, or specialized computers
    • Test-taking modifications
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Career Services

  • Career and internship planning
  • Transfer and graduate school assistance
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 SUNY Delhi Campus Child Care Center

  • Located on the Lower Valley Campus of SUNY Delhi is the Delhi Campus Child Care Center (DC4) licensed for 85 children by the New York State Office of Children. DC4 is located in a state-of-the-art facility constructed in 2012 and offers child care for children from six weeks to twelve years old.
  • The Center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
  • Child care rates are based on income (sliding fee scale). Priority for enrollment is given to children of enrolled students of SUNY and additional tuition discounts are offered to students.