History is one of the most popular and respected departments in Binghamton University’s Harpur College of Arts and Sciences. The History Department offers a wide variety of courses taught by some of Binghamton University's top faculty, attracting thousands of students every year. Our global curriculum, award-winning faculty, and flexible major and minor offer both depth and breadth in academic training for our students. We encourage students to explore, taking full advantage of the Undergraduate Advising office along the way.
The Undergraduate Advising Office of the History Department helps students plan a major or minor, arrange for transfer credits, correct any problems in how History courses appear on transcripts and DARS reports, strategize post-graduate life, and ensure timely completion of the major or minor. We can also offer advice if you need academic assistance. We encourage students to visit during scheduled advising hours (see below) throughout the academic year. No appointment is required. Students who wish to schedule an appointment should contact our Undergraduate Assistant, Josh Canale: email@example.com or 607-777-6716.
If you plan to study abroad or complete honors work, please consult the Undergraduate Advising Office as soon as possible. Make us a part of your planning process.
From January 28th to February 2 (the first week of classes), my assistant Josh Canale will be away. I will therefore be holding additional hours for this week only, in order to ensure that all students needing assistance are served. My hours for THIS WEEK & THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES are: Friday the 25th 10-2,
During these hours, there is no need to make an appointment. My office location is LT-714 (to your left when you exit the elevators on the 7th floor of the library tower).
Starting on February 4, 2013, the Advising Office (LT-712, manned by Josh Canale) will be open at the following times:
During regular hours, there is no need for an appointment.
Undergraduate history majors serve as voting members on several departmental committees, including the Student Advisory Committee and the Undergraduate Committee. The two representatives elected by their peers to membership on the Undergraduate Committee also attend the meetings of the full department and have the same voting rights as faculty members.
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Last Updated: 1/29/13