SUNY Delhi welcomed new students for the 2022-23 academic year Thursday, Aug. 25. This year’s incoming cohort consists of over 1,100 students. Approximately 900 are residential and commuting students, while 215 will be studying online. The students were selected from a pool of nearly 4,600 applicants, an increase from the previous year. Geographically, the incoming class represents 55 New York counties and 20 U.S. states. The five most popular majors at SUNY Delhi this year are veterinary science technology, nursing, construction, architecture, and mechatronics.
New academic offerings this year include associate programs in baking and pastry arts and biology and bachelor’s programs applied communication, baking and pastry arts management, and sustainability.
Addressing new students at convocation, SUNY Delhi’s Officer-in-Chief Mary Bonderoff said, “You’ve made an excellent choice in coming to Delhi. Our student-centered approach means that everything we do revolves around helping you succeed in and out of the classroom. No matter what you are studying, you are getting a state-of-the-art curriculum that teaches you the latest skills and knowledge that employers are looking for out in the workforce. Take advantage of the opportunities around you and leave your mark on Delhi. Your impact matters.”
Welcome weekend for new students included academic sessions and social events to prepare them for a successful start to their college journey. Returning students moved in Sunday, Aug. 28, bringing the total number of students at SUNY Delhi to 2,656. Classes for all students were scheduled to begin Monday, Aug. 29.