John Tagg is a scavenger of sorts. Walk into his office in the Art History Department and you'll find an amazingly uncluttered desk which, like the chairs in Tagg's office, has been rescued from the discard pile. He values "the old," he says. He also values the connections he has made for himself and his students across campus and beyond its borders.
Binghamton University is saluted as the fourth best public college value in the Princeton Review's "Best Value Colleges for 2009" list, based on more than 30 factors in three areas: academics, costs of attendance and financial aid. Binghamton is the only SUNY institution in the top 100.
"We are very proud to receive this honor, which reflects well on our students, faculty and staff. This will help us continue to attract the brightest and most talented students from across New York, the nation and beyond," said President Lois B. DeFleur.
Last Updated: 11/12/13