BUSI is the current student information system. By logging on at http://bubrain.binghamton.edu/, you can register for classes, view grades, and check the status of financial aid and accounts.
The Career Development Center (CDC) can assist students from the very beginning of their college life in choosing a career path, identifying and securing opportunities that will allow you to gain experience, and conducting a successful job search. http://cdc.binghamton.edu/
Binghamton University's residential communities have a small-town feel that nurtures close relationships, opportunities to explore and support in navigating the campus environment. Modeled after the collegiate structure of England's Oxford University, our residential life program extends learning outside the classroom. A tenured faculty member helps guide each community as a Faculty Master, often sharing meals and activities with students. Our professional residential life staff, volunteer faculty, staff fellows and mentors work together to create real communities where everyone feels welcome. Find out more at http://reslife.binghamton.edu/.
Binghamton University's academic calendar can be found at: http://www2.binghamton.edu/about/university-calendar.html
The Human Development Association is the undergraduate student organization. Membership is open to all interested undergraduate students in human development, General interest meetings are held in early fall and spring and are advertised on the student listserv and in the Peer Advising Office, UDC-413. The HDA engages in a variety of activities, both academic and social, including serving on department and school committees, selecting the undergraduate recognition ceremony speaker and commencement student marshal, and holding faculty/student/staff luncheons.
Last Updated: 6/16/09