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Admissions Tests Required: Recommended
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Rank: Recommended
Secondary School Record: Required
TOEFL: Required

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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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2 Main Street Delhi, NY 13753-1100
Phone: (607) 746-4000
Admissions Phone: (607) 746-4550
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SUNY College of Technology at Delhi
  • Located in Delhi, NY
  • Public
  • 2,989 students enrolled
  • 57% admitted
  • $6,470 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Sarah - Roxbury, NY
  • I am a current student here

    A tip for a prospective student would be to talk to your advisor. They are extremely helpful and if they don’t have the information, they will find someone who does. Take advantage of them!

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  • Mikayla - Cortland, NY
  • I am a current student here

    There's a lot to say about Delhi concerning all the aspects. Be aware that it is in a small town and the closest large town (Oneonta) is a 30-minute drive away. There isn't much to do in Delhi unless you know how to entertain yourself. Every Saturday there are two buses that go to Oneonta and pick you up a couple hours later. There are lots of clubs and there is also Greek life. I am a Vet Sci student in the Equine Club and the secretary of the sorority ZDT. To find something to do you really just have to put yourself out there. Of course, just like anywhere else you have to realize that there are some people and activities you don't want to be around, or maybe you do. You're experience at college is mostly your choice. I've only been to one party in the two semesters I've been at Delhi because they're just not my kind of scene. In Farrell every weekend they have a performer (mostly comedians) come and they also put on current movies which are free of cost for students. I have AT&T and find that my service works very well all over campus, although I've heard problems from people who have Verizon. The dorms are nice and depending on where your room is you can get a really nice view. The walls are not 100\% sound proof so if your neighbor is speaking really loudly or playing loud music you will hear it. The lounges in the halls are really good places to meet people. The laundry room in Dubois does kinda suck because people are always breaking the washers and dryers and leaving messes as well. As for classes and teachers, mostly like in your first semester and maybe your second semester you will have a lot of classes in The Pit, the largest lecture hall. All the teachers are very personable and care about your success as a student. Naturally a lot of them have their own quirks which makes them all the more wonderful or irritating, depending on your point of view. All in all, Delhi is a beautiful place for people who like a slower pace of life and having closer relationships with their teachers.

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  • I am a current student here

    SUNY Delhi is a 2 and 4 year degree college. If you're not 100% sure of your future major but want the dorm and college experience, acquiring a two-year degree in a number of interesting majors makes this college a great choice. It is country living but a comfortable bus ride to NYC where you can catch up on sleep or reading. I do not have a car but the free shuttle does run well and takes you back and forth to town, which is 5 minutes away, but somewhat hilly.

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  • Cassie from Rochester, NY
  • I am a current student here

    Only come here if you are a Nursing or vet sic major. If you are a huge partier and like getting drunk every night, this place is for you. I came here to study and do good in my classes so its really hard for me to make any friends and have anything to do on the weekends since i don't like to party a lot and would rather study and stay in. I go home every weekend now.

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