SUPPORT AND MENTORING FOUND HERE
Whatever your interests or wherever you find yourself in life, Binghamton University has opportunities for you to grow and develop, and the Continuing Education & Outreach Advising office can support and guide you while you pursue your educational goals. Note that advisement is required for non-matriculated/non-degree/Continuing Education students prior to registration*, and that we also advise high school students participating in our College Link program.
The Advising office is located within the Continuing Education office on the main University campus. We’re available by appointment on Mondays (9am - 1pm) and all day on Wednesdays and Fridays (9am - 5pm). Contact Roni O'Geen, Continuing Education adviser, at 607.777.4866 or email@example.com for an appointment.
How you proceed through the academic process at Binghamton has a lot to do with whether you are pursuing a degree (becoming matriculated) or not (remaining a non-degree/non-matriculated/Continuing Education student). We explain what matriculated and non-matriculated statuses mean and provide information about changing your status or becoming a Lifelong Learner. In addition, we offer a variety of resources you may find useful.