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Frequently asked questions

How do I get more information about green dot?

We love to hear from and respond to questions about Binghamton University's Green Dot initiative. The easiest way to get the process started is to e-mail your questions to us at greendot@binghamton.edu. A Green Dot Binghamton representative will be happy to respond.

How can I get involved?

The Green Dot philosophy is predicated on the notion of community action and the involvement of others. Since this is such an integral part of what we do, Green Dot Binghamton actively encourages others to become part of the Green Dot experience. There are a variety of ways and levels to become involved. You can express your interest in being involved in the Green Dot initiative by e-mailing us at greendot@binghamton.edu.

Can I get Green Dot to make a presentation?

Green Dot Binghamton welcomes the opportunity to share the Green Dot story with other members of the Binghamton community. While we are a small volunteer group, we are certainly open to presentation requests. To provide us with a clear idea of what you have in mind and so we can marshal the appropriate resources, the best way to make your presentation request is to e-mail us at greendot@binghamton.edu.

This all sounds good, but does it work?

Green Dot is a continually growing initiative that has proven itself to work on countless college campuses and in a variety of communities all across the country. From coast-to-coast, north-to-south, small college, large university, rural or urban setting; Green Dot has worked. This assessment not only comes from those involved in Green Dot, but is also supported by scholarly research.

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Last Updated: 2/10/12