The University Bookstore, located in the Student Union, offers textbooks, school spirit clothing, gifts, supplies and more. Visit the bookstore’s website or call 607-777-2745 for more information.
A variety of programs and events are provided throughout the year for the University and the community. For information, visit the Events Calendar or Dateline, the University’s daily electronic mail news service.
The Career Development Center (CDC) offers a wide range of programs, events, walk-in assistance and individual counseling to help students explore careers, choose a major, find a job, get an internship, write a resume, develop effective interviewing skills and apply to graduate school. At the CDC website, students will find useful information and resources. Contact the CDC by calling 607-777-2400 or visit the office in Library South, ground floor, Room 500.
The University Counseling Center facilitates the psychological and personal development of all Binghamton University students, offering individual and group psychotherapy and psycho-educational workshops. For more information, visit the counseling center website, call 607.777.2772 or stop by Library North, Room 1202.
The Center for Academic Excellence provides students with individualized and small-group tutoring across a wide range of disciplines. The tutoring staff is composed of graduate and undergraduate students who have been carefully chosen for their academic abilities and have received special training to help others with their academic challenges. Located in the College-in-the-Woods Library, the center also serves as a friendly place for individual or group work, houses a small collection of textbooks available for tutor and student use, and offers computer terminals that link users to the campus’ computing network. Visit the Discovery Program website or call 607.777.9235 for more information.
All new students born on or after January 1, 1957, are required to provide proof of immunity to measles, mumps and rubella (MMR). In addition, ALL students are required to sign off on having received information on meningitis and indicate whether or not they have received the meningitis immunization. New York State Public Health Law mandates these requirements, and ALL students must fulfill them before they are allowed to register for classes (including Summer Session). Details about health requirements for new students is available online or you can call 607.777.2221 for more information.
The Decker Student Health Services Center provides currently registered Binghamton University students with primary care of acute illness and injury, health education, women’s health services (including birth control), sports and travel medicine, immunizations, HIV testing, psychiatric consultation and laboratory services. All Binghamton University students are eligible to visit Decker Student Health Services Center. All services are confidential. The student health fee, which students pay as part of tuition, covers services during the regular academic year. Students taking summer courses and those wishing health services during the summer can pay a summer health fee at the Decker Student Health Services Center. Visit the Decker Student Health Services Center website or call 607.777.2221 for more information.
The Office of International Student and Scholar Services delivers a wide range of programs and services including processing of required federal immigration documents; providing assistance with immigration regulations governing enrollment, employment and travel; administering the mandatory health and accident insurance program; coordinating a variety of cross-cultural programs; and acting as liaison between students and other University offices, student groups and U.S. and foreign government agencies. Visit the ISSS website or call 607.777.2510 for more information.
All motor vehicles parked on campus must display a valid University parking permit. Parking permits may be purchased at Parking Services in Room G-8 of the Couper Administration Building or at the Information Booth on Bartle Drive. For further information call 607.777.2279.
Off Campus College sponsors a full range of services and events and provides off-campus housing assistance, weekly legal clinics, free bus service (OCC Transport) to neighboring communities when classes are in session and weekend getaways. Additional information—including an area map—is available in the OCC office in University Union West, Suite 204. Call the office at 607.777.2768 or visit the website.
Our resource center contains brochures describing Binghamton's programs abroad, as well as catalogs listing other SUNY programs. Students may schedule advising appointment with the study-abroad advisers.Visit the OIP website for more information.
Binghamton University has rules and regulations regarding student conduct and related matters. Find out more by reviewing the current Student Handbook.
The Services for Students with Disabilities office provides a wide range of assistance to students with physical, learning or other disabilities. Key services include supportive counseling, consultation, advocacy for reasonable accommodation, academic support services, orientation to adaptive computer technology, the loan of specialized equipment and eligibility determination for Off Campus College Transport's wheelchair-accessible paratransit service. For more details visit the SSD website or call 607.777.2686 (voice/TT).
Last Updated: 4/10/13