Shoes and boots worn at commencement

Student information

Congratulations Class of 2014! Your families, friends, University faculty and staff, and the Binghamton community are looking forwarding to celebrating this important milestone with you. For undergraduate and graduate students taking the final steps to graduation, take a few moments and explore the details, requirements and resources available on our site.


Graduation checklist

This handy checklist will help you stay on track for graduation with information on application for degree, registering for your ceremony and more!

Cap and gown

What to wear? What to wear? Find out where to get your cap and gown for Commencement. We’ll also share some tips on borrowing, pricing and getting your cap and gown when you live 500 miles away!

Student speakers

One of the highest distinctions a student can receive is to be selected as the student speaker for Commencement. It is a chance to represent Binghamton University by giving an address that inspires, encourages and reflects the vision and hopes of our newest class.

Ceremony instructions

Where to go? What to bring? When do I have to be there? Get your ducks in a row with the help of our ceremony instructions.

Diplomas

One of the most important documents you will ever receive.

Photography

We want to help you capture your big moment. Photographers will be ready to take your photo as you walk across the stage.

Senior portraits and yearbooks

Commemorate your time at Binghamton University with a portrait and yearbook.

Marketplace

Looking for announcements? Class rings? Diploma frames? This is a one-stop shop for all things Commencement!

Family and friends

Commencement wouldn’t be much of a celebration without your family and friends. Share this information with all of your guests.

 

Last Updated: 5/12/14