The Academic Advising mission is a comprehensive one, which extends into all areas of the academic community. The Outreach efforts of our office includes the development of tools, resources and media to help students in degree planning, the development of student workshops and programs, and the development of services and focused efforts to address particular identified needs of students, such as academic difficulty, adjusting to University life, and major decision making. This area of our site connects you to these services and resources, and provides you with information and communication tools related to our Outreach mission.
This site program designed to help both incoming freshmen, and transfer students. We hope the tools, resources, policy clarifications, and guiding documents on this site prove helpful to you as you begin your academic career at Binghamton University.
The Harpur College "Ask an Advisor" tool gives you the ability to find answers to the most common advising and policy questions with ease.
Click here to see answers to common advising questions. If you have a personal question, please direct your inquiry to the “Ask An Advisor” feature.
The ‘Ask Ashley’ blog is a resource geared for incoming and new Binghamton University students. General Academic Advisor Ashley Serbonich provides advice on the blog concerning topics such as “Preparing for Orientation”, “What to Expect from Orientation”, “Being a First Generation College Student”, and much more!!!
Connect to advising on Facebook with the new Harpur College Academic Advising group. By becoming a member, you will see upcoming events and deadlines and will be able to access important campus information in one convenient location. The Harpur College Academic Advising group is open to all Binghamton students, so be sure to invite your friends to join!
If you are experiencing academic difficulty, Binghamton University has a variety of services and workshops available to you. We've assembled many of these resources here, to help you make the initial connections.
Graduation itself can be a little scary, but doing so during a tough economy can really wreak havoc on your nerves. The good news? There are job opportunities out there; you just need to know where to look and how to demonstrate that YOU are the best candidate for the position. For strategies and tips on making your job search successful, the Career Development Center has pulled together helpful information just for you. Click here for Message to Seniors.
Please visit the Career Development Center website.
Last Updated: 6/1/11