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Binghamton University campus life...

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However you decide to get involved in campus life, we want you to love Binghamton as much as we do.

The Division of Student Affairs oversees the day-to-day needs of our student body, and our friendly staff works hard to ensure your happiness, fulfillment and future success on our campus. Offices such as Residential Life, Campus RecreationCareer Development Center and Transfer Student Initiatives & Services are all dedicated to making your time at Binghamton the very best it can be. Here are even more student services to explore>

Our amazingly diverse student clubs and organizations are a very important part of student life at Binghamton. They sponsor cultural events and concerts, publish campus newspapers and magazines, offer countless volunteer opportunities and organize tons of free movies, open-mic nights and campus-wide talent shows.

Plus, get in the game with our incredible intramural and club sports program. Choose from highly competitive or just-for-fun leagues in everything from bowling and floor hockey to rugby and racquetball. Take a spinning class, perfect your swimming stroke or grab a few friends and join the BU Zoo student fan club for a men's or women's Division I basketball game. Join something and start having fun!

SUNY Broome campus life...

At SUNY Broome, getting involved on campus offers you an opportunity to enjoy college life, maintain academic balance, and develop valuable, life-time skills in communications, critical thinking, time management, organization, negotiation and more!

You're invited to participate in more than 50 student clubs, activities, sports and events. Because our campus only has freshmen and sophomores, you can quickly take on leadership roles in the clubs. Our weekly, daytime "Common Hour" offers lectures, concerts and film screenings. As a SUNY Broome student, you'll have free access to open gym time for shooting hoops, the weight room, the fitness center, and free skating at our impressive, on-campus ice center. SUNY Broome students also get involved in our local community by volunteering; students volunteered with 26 different organizations this past year.

If you are outspoken and outgoing, then join a political forum, act in a play, sing in a music group or share your voice in student activities, government and public service by running for a SUNY Broome Student Assembly office. Students elected to serve as part of the SA discuss issues concerning campus life, review policies, and sit on college committees with faculty and staff who make recommendations to the college administration. One SA student even serves as Student Trustee on the SUNY Broome Board of Trustees and votes on all campus policies. A new Student Senate is elected each fall semester. Senators provide input on club activities, social events, and programming. Get more information>

SUNY Broome is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association and a charter member of the Mid-State Athletic Conference. We have eight men's and eight women's varsity teams competing throughout Region II - New York State, as well as against teams from Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The Athletics Department at SUNY Broome provides an environment through which athletes achieve maximum development, both physically and mentally, through a well-rounded schedule of intercollegiate athletic competitions. The Athletics Program is enhanced by its facilities—two large, fully equipped gymnasiums, a weight room, a health fitness center, a dance/combative room, athletic trainer's room, a baseball field, soccer/lacrosse complex, state-of-the-art ice center, and six tennis courts. A softball complex of four fields is also available. Our women's soccer team was the National champions for the past two years, and was honored by the National Soccer Hall of Fame. The men's Basketball team won the Mid-state Athletic Conference Championship. Contact the Athletic Office in the Student Center West, (607) 778-5003, to obtain more information on athletic teams, coaches and eligibility requirements. For more details, visit Athletics>

Last Updated: 7/29/14