ARRANGE YOUR HOUSING
As a new international student at Binghamton University, you are expected to arrive at Binghamton University by Monday, August 23, 2010 the program start date on your SEVIS I-20 or DS-2019 (Sunday, August 22, 2010, for graduate exchange students).
We recommend that you bring a sheet, pillowcase, pillow, warm blanket, and towel with you for your first few days. Additional bedding may be purchased after your arrival.
If you are planning to live off campus, we advise you to arrive prior to August 23, (August 22, for exchange students) in order to locate housing. You need to locate your own housing off campus. Binghamton University does not have housing for graduate students.
The following resources will be able to provide you with information:
Binghamton University Off-Campus College Office http://www2.binghamton.edu/occ/
- The http://www2.binghamton.edu/occ/housing/and the OCC Housemate / Subletter List are provided to students as a service by the OCC Office. There are also several apartment complexes in the area. University employees to do not inspect, approve, or supervise the premises described, nor does the University become party to housemate/ subletter/ landlord/ tenant matters. OCC does not find housing for students.
Binghamton Area Newspaper - Press & Sun Bulletin http://www.pressconnects.com
- Lists apartments that are available for rent.
Student Cultural Associations
- Student Cultural Associations may be able to give you information about housing available in the Greater Binghamton area. It is generally up to you to find your own housing. Some associations are able to offer assistance.
Area Hotels and Motels
- This link will provide you with the contact information for area hotels and motels. You will want to arrange a reservation for a room before you arrive in Binghamton to be sure you have a place to stay.