Campus Support Resources
Campus Administrative Resources
Visit the Office of the Registrar for questions regarding course registration, grades, transcripts and transcript requests.
The Office of Financial Aid Services assists students with questions and concerns about financial aid, student loans and student employment and works closely with the Office of Student Accounts, so be sure to contact them for information concerning your account.
Student Information Resources
The Binghamton University BU BRAIN portal provides secure access to online tools and resources for students, faculty and staff. BU BRAIN is used by all Binghamton University community members to perform grading, review schedules, access student records and perform Student Accounts and Financial Aid Services transactions.
The academic calendar allows students to view all important dates and deadlines. Pay close attention to the drop and add deadlines! The course withdrawal deadline is also the same deadline for grading option changes.
Student Support Resources
At Binghamton you'll discover that your residence hall is a vibrant stage for intellectual pursuit, both formal and self-guided. Not only will there be study groups to join, but many classes, lectures and special programs take place within the residential communities, just steps away from your door.
The Discovery Program operates as a bridge between academics, career-search and extracurricular activities, creating opportunities for students to enhance the quality of their learning experience. Discovery encourages students to cultivate educational, social and career interests and to explore ways of making meaningful contributions to society.
The CDC provides resources and services designed around career exploration and career success. The CDC has a robust library of career and industry-related materials, along with electronic resources (including eRecruiting).
The Counseling Center "is committed to actively providing support and assistance to students in their pursuit of personal growth, including the strengthening of their emotional, intellectual, behavioral, cultural and spiritual development." The Counseling Center's site features basic information about services, Counseling Center- sponsored programs, a list of carefully prepared reading material and counseling brochures, and valuable links to other resources on and off campus.
The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP), formerly known as the Binghamton Success Program (BSP), is an intellectual community of undergraduate engineering and science scholars dedicated to the educational and professional development of African American, Hispanic American, Native American and Pacific Islander engineers and scientists.
University Policy & Procedures
The handbook is a reliable source for all your Binghamton University policies. You can also find the Rules of Student Conduct at this site.
Visit their website for information regarding University policies and the student code of conduct.
Like all universities, Binghamton University depends on the honesty and integrity of its faculty, staff and students to carry out its academic mission. To fulfill this mission, every member of the Binghamton University community is charged with upholding the Code of Academic Honesty.