SPRING SEMESTER 2010
NEWSLETTER FOR RETURNING STUDENTS
Applies to on-campus students at Delhi only
Please refer to the Current Students page throughout the year
for current information and links to campus offices.
CLASSES BEGIN on Monday, January 25, 2010
MOVING IN - Residence Halls and Riverview Townhouses open for returning students at 12 noon on Sunday, January
24, 2010. No accommodations can be made for early arrivals, so please plan accordingly. The Bronco bus will
bring students to campus for buses arriving from the New York City/Kingston area at the following times on Sunday,
11:05 a.m. 1:35 p.m.
FOOD SERVICES - MacDonald Hall will offer a Sunday brunch from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and dinner from 4:30
p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Campus Convenience store will be open Sunday, January 24, from 12 noon to 10 p.m., and the
Cobblestone Market will be open from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
BOOKS - The Campus Store will be open:
Sunday, January 24, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday January 25 through Wednesday January 27 the hours will be 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Starting Thursday January 28, the store will resume and continue its normal hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Due to IRS regulations, the Campus Store cannot cash any checks over $999, and there is a check cashing fee of $1.00
ACADEMIC PROBATION CONTRACTS - If you are on academic probation, you must complete and sign your
probation contract by 4 p.m. on the first day of classes –Monday, January 25, 2010.
Applied Sciences and Recreation students should see their academic advisor in their advisor's office.
Business students should go to Sanford Hall Room 29.
Hospitality students should go to Alumni Hall Room 111.
Liberal Arts and Sciences Division and Nursing students should see their academic advisor in their advisor's office.
Technology students should see Mr. Philip Hubbard, Division Dean, in the Electrical Technologies Center.
FAILURE TO SIGN YOUR ACADEMIC PROBATION CONTRACT WILL RESULT IN DISMISSAL FROM
COLLEGE. Carefully review your course schedule. If you have questions, see your academic advisor.
ID CARD SWIPE - FOR ATTENDANCE VERIFICATION ONLY – ALL on campus students must swipe their ID
card at the station located outside the Campus Store before 5 p.m., Thursday, January 28, 2010. This proves you
are here. Failure to swipe your ID may result in your schedule being removed as a “NO SHOW” student. Note:
swiping your card at the Campus Store does NOT activate your meal plan. Also, using your ID for your meal plan does
not verify that you are here. You need to swipe your ID at the campus store for attendance verification.
LANDLINE PHONE AND VOICE MAIL - Students who reside on campus and in the Riverview Townhouses are
strongly encouraged to bring a landline phone for their residence hall room and to set up their voice mail. Voice mail
will be used by the college to send students in the residence halls important and urgent messages. Instructions for setting
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up your voice mail are included in your student planner. Reminder – all 2.4GHZ cordless telephones and other devices
interfere with the wireless internet signal, so they are banned within the residence halls.
STUDENT PIN: To access the Bronco Web you need your Delhi ID (or social security number) and SIX DIGIT
Delhi PIN. If you have forgotten your PIN, click the Forgot PIN? "button" after you ENTER SECURE AREA from main
Bronco Web page. You will be asked the security question you initially provided, and you will be instructed to select a
new PIN when you answer the question correctly. Please check your college e-mail for your current pin and help
question. This information is sent three times each term; just before Orientation weekend, just before online scheduling
begins and just before final grades are posted.
PRINTING CLASS SCHEDULES –
Students in Good Academic Standing - All students in good standing may print their official class schedule from the Web
after 5 p.m. on Thursday, January 21. It is important to obtain your official class schedule due to class cancellations,
time changes, etc. Your schedule may be different from your tentative schedule developed in the fall. Immediately
after printing your official class schedule, check to see if you have a course MISC 9999 on your schedule. BEWARE!
This is NOT a real course – it means that your schedule is incomplete and needs attention. See your academic advisor or
contact your division office immediately! Computers in the Technology Center in Sanford Hall will be available for use on
Sunday, January 24, from 12 noon to 8 p.m., and in the Resnick Library from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
If you want to print your schedule, but have forgotten your PIN, you will see a Forgot PIN? "button" displayed. Click it.
You will be asked the security question you put in the computer and your PIN will be displayed when you answer the
E-MAIL ADDRESS – All SUNY Delhi students have a campus e-mail address. All important announcements for
students will be sent via campus e-mail. It is your responsibility to check your campus e-mail regularly for
important announcements and information. Your e-mail address is:
First name initial Underscore(_) Last name Last two numbers of your student ID @stumail.delhi.edu
For example: firstname.lastname@example.org
To access your e-mail, go the SUNY Delhi homepage (www.delhi.edu). Select Delhi Logins at the top. Select WebMail
from the list and log in. Your login is the beginning of your e-mail address (ex: j_andrews05) and your password is your
800 student ID number, unless you have changed it. The ‘Delhi Logins’ page will display important system notices.
Student email accounts will be removed one calendar year after the student's last term of attendance. For example, a
student who was enrolled in a course at SUNY Delhi during fall of 2009, but not after, will have his/her email account
removed after the fall 2010 semester. Another student who has not enrolled in a course since spring of 2010 will have
his/her account removed after the spring 2011 session. Archiving your email, attachments and contacts is the sole
responsibility of the account user.
CAMPUS ADDRESS FOR REGULAR & CAMPUS MAIL - ALL students are assigned a campus mailbox, whether you
live in a residence hall or off campus. If you picked up your key last semester, please remember to bring it. If you never
picked up your key, you may pick it up in Thurston Hall on Sunday, January 24, from noon to 4 p.m. Your campus
(Your 4 DIGIT Mailbox #) Farrell Hall
2 Main Street – Stop 1
Delhi, NY 13753
Remember, it is your responsibility to check your campus mailbox on a regular basis and you must present a photo ID to
pick up packages.
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LOCAL ADDRESS REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS LIVING OFF CAMPUS - (Does not include those commuting
from home or residing at Riverview Townhouses) - College policy requires that all students living off campus, at a
residence other than their family home, notify the college of their off-campus address and phone number before
February 28. Failure to do so will result in a hold being placed on your record. You should change your local address on
the web (instructions will be posted on campus), or forms are available from your advisor, at the Campus Information
Center (Bush Hall lobby), or at the Records and Registration Office (124 Bush Hall).
TIME TO SIGN UP OR RE-ENROLL IN SUNY NY ALERT – A new semester means it’s time to sign up or re-enroll
in the SUNY NY Alert emergency notification system in order to receive critical messages about severe weather or
campus emergences via email, phone or text messaging. When you log into Bronco Web the first day of the semester, you
will need to take a brief survey. If this is your first time signing up for SUNY NY Alert, you’ll need to give some contact
info. If you signed up last semester, you need to verify that your contact info is still current.
ID CARDS - Remember to bring your student ID from last semester. If you lost your ID, you may get a replacement for
$15 in the CADI ID Office, Sanford Hall, on Sunday, January 24, from 12 noon to 4 p.m., or Monday through Friday
during posted hours. New federal regulations require all students receiving an ID card to present a government issued
photo ID (driver’s license, passport, etc.). Failure to provide this information may result in a lapse in ID privileges.
SKATEBOARD BAN - Skateboards are not permitted on the SUNY Delhi campus and using them on college property,
including the Riverview Townhouses, is a violation of the Student Code of Conduct. Please leave your skateboard at
home, or risk having it confiscated.
PARKING PERMIT - All students who park vehicles on campus must purchase a parking decal at the University Police
Office, North Hall, on or prior to Wednesday, January 27. The University Police Office will be open Sunday, January
24, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. Any veteran who has an honorable discharge and is an enrolled student is eligible for a free
parking permit. Veterans should see Lou Shields in Bush Hall, Room 215.
ResNet WIRELESS - Connecting is easy! Just connect to SSID ‘ResNet’, open your browser, and login using your email
username (ex: j_andrews05) and password. Note that in checking the box on this page you are accepting the SUNY
Delhi ResNet Usage Policy. To schedule an appointment to resolve ResNet connection problems, contact the ResNet
Office in Bush 316 at (607) 746-4009 – hours are posted on the ResNet webpage below. Learn more about computer
requirements and important information about what you need to do BEFORE coming to campus at
www.delhi.edu/cis/resnet under ‘General Information’ in the left column.
FINANCIAL AID /
STUDENT ACCOUNTS – REMINDER: Beginning with the spring semester, all SUNY Delhi bills will be issued
electronically and accessed via the Bronco Web. An email notification will be sent to your student Delhi email address as
well as a postcard reminder to your permanent address on file notifying you that your bill is ready to be accessed. NO
PAPER BILLS WILL BE MAILED.
The bill indicates your financial obligation to SUNY Delhi for the spring 2010 semester. Full payment of your balance
due is required before you return to Delhi. If you need to set up a payment arrangement or have questions about your bill,
please call Student Accounts at (607) 746-4625 or email us at email@example.com. You can access your financial
aid on the Bronco Web at www.delhi.edu/cis using your Delhi ID or social security number and Delhi PIN. You will be
able to view your award status and see if your paperwork is complete. If you have any questions regarding your financial
aid, please call Financial Aid at (607) 746-4570 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students receiving refunds
from the Stafford loan program can expect refunds to be in their student mailbox in Thurston Hall when
available. Parent loan refund checks will be mailed to your permanent address.
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (EOP) - ALL returning EOP students may pick up book stipends from
12 noon - 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 24 in the Resnick Learning Center.
VETERANS EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS (GI BILL) - Students eligible to receive veterans educational benefits should
see Lou Shields, Bush Hall, Room 215, during the first week of the semester to activate their accounts.
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SERVICES AVAILABLE ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 2010
CADI ID Office Noon to 4 p.m.
Campus Information Center, Bush Hall 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Campus Store 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Counseling & Health Services, Foreman Hall 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Enrollment Services 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Residence Life Office, Catskill Hall 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Resnick Library and Leaning Center Noon to 4 p.m.
Student Accounts 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Technology Center Noon to 8 p.m.
University Police Noon to 4 p.m.
CAMPUS TELEPHONE NUMBERS (area code 607)
Admissions (Enrollment Services) 746-4550 Applied Sciences and Recreation Division 746-4410
Athletics Department 746-4675
Business and Hospitality Division 746-4040 (Business) or 746-4400 (Hospitality)
Campus Store 746-4760 College Association at Delhi, Inc. (CADI) 746-4750
Counseling and Health Services 746-4690 Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) 746-4650
Financial Aid 746-4570 Liberal Arts and Sciences Division 746-4450
Nursing and Allied Health Department 746-4490 Provost’s Office 746-4540
Records and Registration 746-4560 Residence Life 746-4630
Resnick Library 746-4635 Resnick Learning Center 746-4585
Student Accounts 746-4625 Student Life 746-4440
Swimming Pool 746-4263 Technology Division 746-4070
Technology Help Desk 746-4835 University Police 746-4700
Veterinary Science Technology Department 746-4425 SUNY Delhi Information Line 746-4000
or Toll Free: 1-800-96-DELHI
Please check your Student Planner for important SUNY Delhi telephone numbers.
If you are in Delhi, dial 746-4000 to reach the campus switchboard,
or dial the office number or another dorm room directly, if you know it (746- xxxx).
Please do NOT use the SUNY Delhi 800 number
if you are calling from the 746 area.
The college calendars for the 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 academic years
are posted on the SUNY Delhi website.
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