Welcome to Financial Aid
Staff members in the Financial Aid Office, a part of Student Financial Services, are available to assist students and families in completing applications for federal, state and local financial aid programs and subsequently awards aid to all eligible applicants.
All students (prospective, new freshmen, and returning) are encouraged to apply for financial aid as SUNY Delhi awards over $31 million in financial aid to our students.
Free financial aid counseling is available to prospective and current students and their families on a walk-in basis Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., May - August) in our office in 157 Bush Hall.
You can also contact us by phone 800-963-3544 or 607-746-4570, by fax at 607-746-4208, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The office has two computers where students can file their financial aid applications on-line. Helpful guidance is provided so that the application process can be easy and error-free.
Prospective and current SUNY Delhi students are encouraged to click here for tips to navigate the financial aid process.
File your 2015 FAFSA as soon as possible using 2014 income information.
Award Notices are available to new freshmen, transfers and returning students who have filed a FAFSA. Instructions for accessing Award Notices are sent using the e-mail address that SUNY Delhi assigns all accepted students. Please verify that you have activated your Delhi email account. View our Delhi Demos for step-by-step instruction for activating your email and on using the Bronco Web.
The various links below are designed to give incoming freshmen and returning students access to important information about the financial aid process at SUNY Delhi.
Access your Award Notice Estimated Award Notice 2015 - 2016 Award Notices are now available to new and returning students who have filed a FAFSA
Your estimated award notice contains the maximum aid you are eligible to receive at SUNY Delhi in grants, scholarships, student loans and parent loans. The types and amounts listed are based on the information you provided on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the funding that is available.
The amount of aid offered is based on an estimated Cost of Attendance (COA) that is calculated using billed costs (click here for details) and estimated additional costs (click here for details) such as books and supplies, transportation and personal expenses.
The SUNY Award Letter provides financial aid information in a format that allows side by side comparisons of financial aid offered at other SUNY campuses.
Review the information carefully. View Delhi Demos for details. Promptly submit all applications and requests for additional information.
View missing information: Information Needed Please read your notice carefully and respond promptly.
This link gives you details about the documents you must submit before we can process the aid you have been offered. It is important that you respond promptly to requests for missing information. Failure to submit requested documentation prevents your financial aid from being processed so that it shows as a credit on your bill.
Applying for loans - On-line loan applications are available for the 2015 - 2016 aid year at www.studentloans.gov. Please take the time to explore the links in the bottom section of the www.studentloans.gov website. There is a lot of useful information about Federal Stafford and Federal PLUS loans, including interest rates and repayment calculators. Click on the links below for detailed application instructions. NOTE: New Fall 2015 Freshmen and Transfers - You can complete your 2015 -2016 Direct Stafford Loan Promissory Notes (applications) and Entrance Counseling; and Parent PLUS Loan Credit Checks and Promissory Notes are available for you to complete.
How to Apply for a Direct Stafford Loan: Stafford Loan Information
How to Apply for a Direct PLUS Loan (Parent Loan): Complete the PLUS Request Process
Billing information -Fall 2015 bills will be available to new and returning students who have a schedule, beginning in July 2015. They are e-mailed to your SUNY Delhi e-mail address and a post card will be sent to your permanent home address. All charges are due and payable in full to the "State University of New York at Delhi" by the due date of the bill or prior to the start of classes - whichever comes first. For frequently asked billing questions, click here.
GOOD NEWS! Students enrolled in our Masters of Science in Nursing Education graduate program are eligible for federal financial aid, such as Federal Stafford loans, beginning with the fall 2015 semester.
Students enrolled in our graduate program are eligible for Direct Unsubsidized Stafford loans. To qualify, you must file a FAFSA using SUNY Delhi's school code: 002857. If you have not already done so, you will need to create an FSA ID to use as an electronic signature. Click here for details
To be eligible for loans, you must be registered for at least 6 credits per semester, and not be in default on a prior federal loan. For additional information on loans for graduate students, go to studentloans.gov and click on the link for Graduate/Professional Students
IMPORTANT Information for New York State residents: Higher Education Services Corporation administers New York State grants and scholarships. Graduate students do not qualify for Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). However, the TAP application is required for the payment of scholarships such as the Senator Patricia McGee Nursing Faculty Scholarship Program. You may complete a Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) application at https://www.tapweb.org using school code 5024
- Financial Aid Checklist
- File a 2015 - 2016 FAFSA
- 2015 -2016 Award Notice
- Cost of Attendance
- View missing information
- Verification Worksheets
- Order a Tax Return Transcript
- Apply for loans
- Billing Information
- End of term satisfactory Academic Progress
- Masters of Science in Nursing Education information
Other Helpful Links
FASFA - 002857
TAP - 3020 (1 or 2 yr. programs)
TAP - 6020 (4 yr. programs)
All SUNY Delhi students, regardless of their financial situation, can benefit from the SUNY Smart Track Financial Literacy Website. Click on the Smart Track link and register to learn how to budget your money, understand credit before you use it and start to save money for an emergency fund.