DELHI, NY (02/25/2017) (readMedia)-- SUNY Delhi has been ranked among the country's "Most Affordable Colleges for Incoming Freshman with Financial Need" by Student Loan Report. The ranking, based on Peterson's college data, examined need-based scholarships and grants to incoming freshmen at more than 1,000 colleges.
SUNY Delhi ranked at #158, with financial aid awarded to 87 percent of freshmen with financial need. The average financial aid award is $8,026. The full ranking can be found here: https://studentloans.net/affordable-colleges-incoming-freshman-financial-need/
"At SUNY Delhi, our commitment is not only to keep education affordable, but to provide an applied learning experience that will be valuable to our students' future success," said SUNY Delhi President Michael Laliberte. "Our students develop skills and competencies that lead to career success, prepare them to be contributing members of society, and teach them to become life-long learners."
As a member of the State University of New York system, SUNY Delhi prides itself on offering high-quality education at affordable tuition rates. The college's online bachelor degree in Hospitality Management program was recently ranked among the most affordable in the country on two separate reports. Delhi's online master's degree in Nursing Education landed in the top 20 in a ranking of "Most Affordable Online Master's in Nursing Degrees for 2017" by CollegeChoice and the RN to BSN program was rated among the Top 20 in the country by Great College Deals for its quality and affordability.
SUNY Delhi is a member of the State University of New York, the largest comprehensive university system in the U.S. Delhi's seamless approach to education includes over 60 academic programs leading to baccalaureate degrees in specialized program areas, including Hospitality Management, Business and Professional Golf Management, Golf Course Management, Information Technology Management, Architectural Design and Building, Construction Management, Business and Technology Management, Criminal Justice and Mechatronics Technology. For more information about SUNY Delhi, visit http://www.delhi.edu.