What do we offer?
We’re here for you – to help you connect and to keep you updated on University happenings. Just like our alumni base – now at 124,000 and counting – we’re continually changing and growing to meet the needs of alumni, students, friends and the Binghamton University community. If you are a graduate of the University, you are a member of the Alumni Association; it's free.
Here are some of the benefits we provide:
It is our secure virtual community - only for Binghamton University alumni. B-connected lets you update your personal profile, and search for alumni.
• submit a Class Note and read updates your classmates have posted
• upload a profile picture and photo album
• instantly see a list of alumni living in your geographic area
• create and share contact lists
• manage subscriptions to e-mail bulletins and online alumni newsletters
You can support the University by making a gift through B-connected.
To help you develop professionally and connect with other members of the University community, we sponsor two groups on LinkedIn. The Alumni Association Professional Network group is a forum for alumni-to-alumni and student-to-alumni networking. If you'd like to expand your network or serve as a resource for current students needing advice, this group is for you. The Alumni Association Job Forum is the place to post jobs within your organization, and to see jobs posted by other alumni.
Our alumni are incredibly bright and ambitious, leveraging their Binghamton University
education to assume leadership roles in the business world by starting their own ventures.
The Binghamton Startup List, jointly offered by the Alumni Association and the University's Office of Entrepreneurship
and Innovation Partnerships, is intended to be a central repository of information
about businesses formed by at least one Binghamton University graduate. We hope the
site will help alumni entrepreneurs to form new business-to-business and business-to-client
The Binghamton Startup List: a showcase for alumni entrepreneurs
Lifetime Binghamton University e-mail
We are proud to announce that, partnering with Google, we can offer lifetime e-mail
to all Binghamton University alumni. There is no cost to take advantage of this great
Alumni Association benefit, and you get all of the functions and features that are
currently available within Gmail, but with an @binghamton.edu address.
Published three times a year, the magazine keeps you connected with articles on campus culture, and stories about alumni, student and faculty achievements.
This online newsletter features stories about the University, profiles on alumni, campus happenings and information about alumni events.
Insurance and Financial Services
The Alumni Association offers, and receives royalties from, a variety of insurance programs:
Auto and Homeowners Insurance provided by Liberty Mutual Insurance Company - call 1-800-981-2372.
Health, life and travel insurance provided by American Insurance Administrators - call 1-800-922-1245 or visit the AIA website to learn more about GradMed medical insurance, AlumniDent dental insurance, AlumniTerm life insurance, and travel insurance.
Consider Enterprise Rent-A-Car the next time you make travel arrangements. The company offers special rates to Binghamton University alumni, which means you’ll save on their already-competitive rates. Enterprise offers a variety of late-model cars, so you should find just the right car for your next business or pleasure trip. The Alumni Association account number is 29ABUP, and PIN code is BIN. For more information, call 800-261-7331.
Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
Binghamton alumni and their immediate family members can receive a 10-percent discount on Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions classroom or private tutoring packages. For more information, call 1-800-KAP-TEST or visit kaptest.com.
Take home a piece of Newing College
The Alumni Association and Uncommon Goods (founded by David Bolotsky '85) offer alumni the opportunity to purchase banks made from mailboxes salvaged from the Newing Dining Hall. A Newing bank can be a great keepsake to remind you of your time as a student at Binghamton. Banks also make great gifts! Find out more and purchase a bank today.
Alumni Lifelong Learning
Are you interested in taking a class, earning credits or learning something new? Are you interested in encouraging your child to attend an excellent summer learning experience? Wherever you are, whatever your learning needs, Binghamton University offers programs to serve you.
We know your desire for learning did not end upon graduation and given the rapidly changing technology and information landscape, the need for continuing education and lifelong learning has never been so critical. Education is the primary reason you first attended Binghamton, so providing an array of educational experiences is one of the best ways we can continue to serve you.
We use flexible delivery formats to develop and deliver innovative learning programs leading to your continued professional growth and personal enrichment. Whether online or on-site, we know you'll find these learning opportunities valuable.
- TIER Talks presented by M&T Bank speaker series
- Non-credit online courses and professional certificate programs
- Professional development programs (alumni discounts available on select programs)
- Youth Programs (alumni discounts available on select programs)
- Outdoor Pursuits (alumni may register for these classes as non-credit students)
Degree Programs co-sponsored by the Alumni Association
The School of Management's Professional MBA - NYC Program is one of the most innovative programs in the country. Binghamton is the only school in New York State that offers an MBA degree in just 12 months for fully employed individuals. The Executive MBA-NYC Program is specifically designed for business executives desiring an elite education with their fellow executives, and takes 20 months to complete.
The Graduate School of Education offers a master's degree designed especially for working teachers in Greater New Orleans. This program will help teachers refine their teaching, learning and assessment skills. Educators enrolled in the program acquire strategies and approaches that improve learning outcomes for all students.
The Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science has a 12-month Executive Master of Science in Health Systems program in Manhattan which provides knowledge and skills for modeling, analyzing and/or designing healthcare delivery systems and processes.
Visit the website for the on-campus Career Development Center to learn more about career resources for alumni.
Fitness and recreation programs, including membership in Fitspace are available to alumni through Campus Recreational Services.
With our library courtesy card,alumni may borrow up to 15 books for four weeks without a charge. Information on how to take advantage of this is available from the libraries.