When you live on-campus, you’re always home.
Each residential community at Binghamton has a unique personality, with its own culture, traditions, student government, dining hall, quad and recreational facilities.
Choosing a Residential Community
How do you know which one is right for you? Check out the pages below before you submit your preferences.
- College-in-the-Woods (CIW)
- Apartment communities (available for transfers and non-traditional first year students)
Every residential community offers hundreds of programs each semester to help you make new friends and meet new people. Residential Life staff can also help you connect with clubs, sports, organizations and resources on campus, so you can quickly find a place for yourself at Binghamton. Your resident director (RD) and resident assistants (RAs) are there to help you!
Transfer students who sign up by July 16th are guaranteed on-campus housing.
Learn Where You Live
Living on campus can boost your GPA! To read more about learning communities from our faculty masters, click on the links below: