Open to Current Binghamton University Undergraduate Students Only
During your sophomore or junior year, submit a "declaration of intent to apply" form to your chosen accelerated or combined bachelor's/master's degree program. The process varies from program to program, so check the department website for specific requirements. Your department will review the application and respond to you directly. Review the accelerated graduate program listing to find the appropriate contact person.
During your senior year (88+ credits), you must formally apply and be admitted to The Graduate School.
E-mail all supporting materials to The Graduate School at email@example.com.
A day after The Graduate School receives your application, you will be able to pay your application fee. Using your Binghamton University PODS User ID and password, log in to pay.
The Graduate School only reviews applications for which the non-refundable application fee was successfully paid. Pay online with a Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express credit card; your credit card billing serves as a receipt.
We only grant fee waivers to McNair, EOP, HEOP, SEEK, Project 1000 or LSAMP undergraduate students and GEM fellowship applicants. If eligible, complete the Application Fee Waiver form and submit a certified form or official letter from your current undergraduate institution verifying this status. For GEM fellowship applicants, please submit a copy of your GEM interface home page, indicating that your overall application status is completed.
Submit official test scores electronically. Binghamton University's code is 2535. Consult the admission requirements page to see what test scores are required.
We will notify you via e-mail and mail shortly after making an admission decision.
As an admitted student, your first step is to let us know whether or not you plan to continue your studies as an official graduate student at Binghamton University. Your student status will officially transition to graduate level once you accept your offer of admission online and after you are awarded your undergraduate degree. Check your admission letter for details on how to confirm your acceptance.
Last Updated: 3/11/15