The English Department is open from 8am-4:30pm Monday- Friday during the academic year.
Summer hours are 8am-4pm.
The best way to contact an instructor is by emailing them. If you do not know their email address you can search the online university directory or you can come into the English Department (LN 1149) and refer to the list of contact information for English Department instructors. The list contains email addresses, office locations, and office hours and it is updated each semester. The list is posted on the bulletin board to the right of the door to the main office.
Forms are available at the front desk in the English Department (LN 1149) or you can print the form here and bring it to the English Department.
Note: You may declare only ONE major within a department.
No. There is no English minor.
The Writing Initiative is located in LN 2412, for writing help. You can also follow this link: http://www2.binghamton.edu/harpur/students/index.html.
There is a list of academic advisors and their office hours posted in the English Department LN 1149. You can see any advisor on the list. This list is updated each semester.
Office hours are posted in the English department LN 1149. This information is updated each semester.
Most likely. Please provide the instructor’s name, the course number, the course title, the semester and year. You can contact the Undergraduate Secretary, Donna Berg, at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
The current petition process is to contact the instructor and request to be added to the waiting list. The best way to contact the instructor is by email. You can also go to the class on the first day.
Please contact the instructor of the class in order to receive permission. Typically, the best way to contact instructors is by email.
It means there is a restriction on the course. Please contact the instructor of the class in order to receive permission. Typically, the best way to contact instructors is by email.
Print a copy of your DARS and go speak to an advisor immediately.
Yes, as long as they are different course titles.
Last Updated: 4/18/12