The LCM program is a brand new program designed to aid local students in having a successful transition to Binghamton University. Each incoming local freshman/transfer student will be paired with one of the mentors below who will be available to answer questions, show you around campus, act as a friendly face, and serve as a resource for you as a new student!
Each LCM has office hours in the Local Student Lounge (UUW-209) each week. Stop by anytime, and let them know if you need anything!
High School attended: Vestal High School
I wanted to be a part of the mentoring program because I wanted to make the adjustment for local students easier.
Office hours: T 10-11am, W 11-12pm
High School attended: Chenango Valley Year: Sophomore Major: Psychology
I wanted to be part of the Local Commuter Mentor program because I think it is a great way for local students to form lasting connections and friendships and it allows them to be part of an established community of people, the same way that living in a dorm connects students to each other.
Office hours: R 1:30-3:30pm
High School attended: Homeschooled Year: Sophomore Major: Integrative Neuroscience
I wanted to be a part of the new student support system at BU to give new local commuters someone to talk to and get advice from who has already been in their shoes... something I lacked during my first year. I also want to help new local commuters adjust to the new difficulty of college-level work and help them realize that living at home while in college and be a great experience.
Office hours: M 4:15-5:15pm, W 1:45-2:45pm
High School attended: Susquehanna Valley
Major: Political Science
I wanted to be a part of the LCM program to help students integrate into the university community smoothly and quickly.
Office hours: MW 2:30-3:30pm
High School attended: Seton Catholic Central Year: Junior Major: Sociology, Minor: Africana Studies
I want to help every student out there who is willing to seek help. I also want to work with them to better their environment and to excel in school with no worries that might have a toll on their potential in excelling in school.
Office hours: M 11am-1pm
High School attended: Binghamton High School Year: Senior (transferred from BCC '12) Major: English
There are certain benefits and challenges to being a local commuter, and I want to help illuminate those benefits and assist with those challenges by sharing my experiences and cementing myself as the first stepping stone to a pathway of new friends from all over the world.
Office hours: W 4-6pm
High School attended: Binghamton High School Year: Senior (Graduated from BCC with an Associate's Degree in Communication) Major: History
As a local and 'non-traditional' student, I think I could share some of my experiences with other local students.
Office hours: F 12-2pm
Last Updated: 2/3/14