Active Alert: Classes canceled rest of today and tomorrow

B-ALERT:Due to forecast, all classes effective 4:30pm today Nov 25 are canceled. There will be no classes Wednesday Nov 26. Adjust travel plans accordingly.

Alert updated: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 3:50 PM

Academic
Advising: CCPA

 

The College of Community and Public Affairs Peer Advising Office offers information about your degree requirements as well as referrals to other campus resources.

UDC-413

607-777-9202

Academic
Advising: DSON

 

The Decker School of Nursing undergraduate nursing program advisors offer information about your degree requirements as well as referrals to other campus resources.

AB-112

607-777-4954

Academic
Advising:
Harpur

The Harpur College of Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Office offers information about your degree requirements as well as referrals to other campus resources.

AB-G18

607-777-6305

Academic
Advising: SOM

 

The School of Management Academic Advising office offers information about your degree requirements as well as referrals to other campus resources.

AA-142

607-777-2316

Academic
Advising: Watson

 

The Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science Academic Advising office offers information about your degree requirements as well as referrals to other campus resources. 

EB-M00

607-777-2872

Center for Career and Professional 
Development

 

The Center for Career and Professional Development provides services to help you choose a major, determine a career path, identify and secure opportunities that will allow you to gain experience, and conduct a successful job search.

UU-133

607-777-2400

Discovery
Program

 

The Discovery Program seeks to provide students more efficient access to advising, counseling and tutoring support services and to promote student retention.

CIW Library

607-777-9235

Early Warning
Program

 

The Early Warning Program targets 10 gateway courses traditionally taken by many of our first- and second-year students. Students who are at a C- or lower will be contacted by the Discovery Program about their status and to make an appointment to discuss an effective plan of action.

CIW Library

607-777-9235

EOP Tutorial
Center

 

The Educational Opportunity Program Campos/Robeson Tutorial Center is a place for all EOP students to strengthen skills needed to succeed in college. Tutors are available to assist students in a wide variety of academic courses. 

UU-263

607-777-4062

ESL

The English as a Second Language program is an academic support program for students who have been admitted to the University into degree-granting programs. The curriculum is practically oriented and challenging, focusing on real-world expectations.

LN-2414

607-777-6725

ISSS

 

International Student and Scholar Services serves a population of more than 2,500 international students from more than 100 countries as well as approximately 90 visiting international scholars and faculty.  

RC-G1

607-777-2510

Libraries

Binghamton University libraries offer a variety of services including: reservation of group study rooms; laptop, netbook and iPad lending; and research help.

 

McNair
Scholars
Program

The Ronald E. McNair Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program prepares participants for doctoral studies through involvement in research and other scholarly activities. Participants are from disadvantaged backgrounds and have demonstrated strong academic potential. 

CIW, TU-129

607-777-6594

OCIP 

 

The Office of Career and International Programs (OCIP) supports the mission of the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) by providing focused career development and coordination and promotion of international opportunities.

UDC-218

607-777-9226

Residential Life

Residential Life's Faculty Masters are available to help students navigate their academics, including connecting students to faculty and discussing course and career selection.

 

SOM Career
Services

The School of Management's Career Services office prepares students for the competitive job market, maintains connections with recruiters and builds relationships with new employers.

AA-G16

607-777-6154

SSD

Services for Students with Disabilities helps to arrange reasonable accommodations and support services for enrolled students with physical, learning or other disabilities to facilitate their University involvement and academic success.

UU-119

607-777-2686

Student-Athlete
Success Center

The Office of Student-Athlete Academic Support Services provides all student-athletes an opportunity to achieve excellence in their academic, athletic and personal pursuits.

WG-54

607-777-6975

SSS

The Student Support Services program is designed to improve the retention and graduation rates of low-income, first-generation or disabled college students. Staff help qualified students achieve academic success and personal growth.

CH-G17

607-777-2024

Transfer
Student
Initiatives

The Transfer Student Initiatives and Services Office supports transfer students in their transition to Binghamton University. Services include mentoring, advice and advocacy.

CIW Library-109

607-777-3868

University
Tutoring Services

University Tutoring Services offers free, scheduled, group appointments and walk-in tutoring for students. Tutoring is offered in the CIW Library, Mountainview Success Center, Hinman Success Center and Chenango Champlain Collegiate Center (C4).

CIW-111

607-777-4814

Writing Center

The Writing Center provides free tutoring in college writing for all students.

LN-2412

607-777-6725

Last Updated: 3/20/14