Spring 2013 Prospective Graduate Applicants

Orientation for Spring 2013 New Electrical and Computer Graduate Students

 

ECE PhD, MS and MEng:  

Wednesday, January 23, 2013; 2:30-4:00 ES2344


For new students who don't know where we are located, please go to the map at this link:  http://www.binghamton.edu/maps/
Click, hold and move the "hand" on the Google map to the lower left corner, then look on the top right corner...you will see "Engineering and Science Building". Our conference room is on the second floor. As you enter the main door, the stairs are directly in front of you. At the top of the stairs, turn right, enter our Electrical and Computer Engineering door. Our conference room for the orientation is the first door on your left inside our department. ES 2344
Shuttle Information:
The same Google map (link above) has a check box for "University Union". Click that box and you will see 2 blue pointers. The one on the lower right is the main pick up for the buses. The shuttle pick up is at Mohawk which is across the "East Drive" on the map. The ITC = Innovative Technology Complex-the Engineering and Science Building is the building on your far right as you exit the shuttle. The shuttle will be running from 8 a.m. to 5:40 p.m. Monday through Friday until January 25. Please check the link below for specific information regarding the shuttle and the bus schedules. It is updated frequently.
http://occtransport.org/    You will need your BU ID card to ride the shuttle and buses.

Campus orientation information for international students from ISSS (International Student and Scholar Services):
http://www2.binghamton.edu/orientation/session/fallspring.html

Registration for new graduate students is January 21, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.
If you have questions, please e-mail Shelie svankure@binghamton.edu

 

International Students Preparation-information students who wish to come Spring 2013 but whose application status is not yet "Deposit Paid"

Once your application status says "Accepted. Congratulations!", in order for VISA and I-20 information to be sent you must to pay your tuition deposit. After your deposit has been paid and ISSS receives your status information, they will issue your VISA and I-20 information.  It is late now if you have not already done this.  If you are in the United States now and wish to come without visa and I20 being an issue, if you are an accepted student, plan to come to our orientation.  Pay your deposit that will complete your application process unless the Graduate School is asking your for financial information.

If your application status says "Provisional Admit - Funds Req" you must send your financial documents before your status becomes "Accepted. Congratulations!"

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at this email:
ecestaff@binghamton.edu

Last Updated: 4/22/14