Admissions AlumniVolunteer Program
Admissions AlumniVolunteer Program

Admissions AlumniVolunteer Program

Get Involved!

Binghamton University’s success in attracting the best and the brightest new students and transfers is reflective of the academic excellence, reputation and affordability that are its hallmarks.

Admissions Alumni Volunteers help maintain that tradition by encouraging academically talented students to apply and to attend Binghamton University.

As an Admissions Alumni Volunteer (AAV), you provide the one-on-one interaction, personal attention and encouragement that can make the difference between a student choosing Binghamton or another university or college.

Providing your perspective as a Binghamton University alumnus/a is key to our program’s strength and success.

Are you a recent Binghamton graduate? Volunteering to share your post-graduate experiences is a great way to contribute to Binghamton's future and further your own legacy.

How To Sign Up

Support from alumni like you helps make Binghamton University stronger. Please complete our online form to sign up to volunteer in one more areas. 

Current Admissions Alumni Volunteers

Changed email addresses? Moved? Changed jobs? Gotten married? Update your information online with the Office of Alumni Relations via B-Connected.

Our Admissions Alumni Volunteers program receives your contact information from the Alumni Office, so in order for us to keep in touch with you we need you to provide your updates to them.

Our Focus

As an Admissions Alumni Volunteer (AAV), you provide the one-on-one interaction, personal attention and encouragement that can make the difference between a student choosing Binghamton or another university or college.

Providing your perspective as a Binghamton University alumnus/a is most key to this program’s strength and success of attracting the best and the brightest new students.

Binghamton University's Three Key Goals

  1. To increase the number of highly competitive and qualified undergraduate students considering Binghamton University and to increase the percentage of admitted students who enroll.
  2. To provide a valuable local information source for inquiring students, applicants, admitted and enrolled students, and their families.
  3. To provide assistance to the Binghamton University Undergraduate Admissions staff.
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Last Updated: 8/15/14