Academic and Career Resources
Academic and broader support resources for students.
University Tutoring Services (Center for Learning and Teaching)
Binghamton University Tutoring Services (UTS) provides free tutoring for Binghamton
University students on a walk-in or by appointment basis.
The Discovery Program
Binghamton University's Discovery Program is designed to give students a foundation
for college and career success. The multi-year program supported by various centers
on campus is designed to serve as a comprehensive support and instructional tool.
Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development
The Fleishman Center provides resources and services designed around career exploration
and career success. The CDC has a robust library of career and industry-related materials,
along with electronic resources (including eRecruiting).
The Writing Center
The Writing Center provides free tutoring in college writing for all students. Tutors
are available to help every student from every college and school—native speakers
and ESL, undergrads and grad students—to become a better writer.
The Binghamton University Scholars Program
Each year, Binghamton University invites a small number of incoming freshmen to join
the Binghamton University Scholars Program, a selective, all-University, four-year
honors program for students of exceptional merit. If you have been invited to be a
scholar, please explore this page for more information.
Student Support Services
Dean of Students
The Offices of the Dean of Students offers a variety of programs and services aimed
at supporting the personal and academic success of all Binghamton University students. Office
of the Dean of Students provides support for a variety of student concerns including illness,
death in the family, financial difficulties, academic trouble, and other personal
University Counseling Center
The University Counseling Center "is committed to actively providing support and assistance
to students in their pursuit of personal growth, including the strengthening of their
emotional, intellectual, behavioral, cultural, and spiritual development." The Counseling
Center's site features basic information about services, Counseling Center sponsored
programs, a list of carefully prepared reading material and counseling brochures,
and valuable links to other resources on and off campus.
Decker Health Services
The Decker Student Health Services Center provides currently registered Binghamton
University students and affiliated entities with primary care of acute illness and
injury, health education, women’s health services (including birth control), travel
medicine, immunizations, HIV testing, psychiatric consultation and laboratory services.
Residential Life and the Discovery Center provide Discovery Assistants (DA's) who
are available to provide various types of student support in residence halls. Also,
each community has different programs and opportunities for students worth exploring.
See what's available in our various campus communities.
Services for Students with Disabilities
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) provides a wide range of assistance
to enrolled students with physical, learning or other disabilities.
Campus Administrative Services
Resources related to scheduling, policy and services.
Student Accounts Office
The Student Accounts Office can answer any questions regarding tuition and fees, billing,
and financial holds.
Office of Financial Aid
The Financial Aid component of the office coordinates student financial aid, student
loans, qualified student employment and other aspects of financial certification.
Students needing advice or instructions on how to receive or apply aid should address
the Financial Aid Office. Financial Aid works closely with Student Accounts.
The Student Records portion of the office maintains student records and supervises
the registration and grading processes. The office directs students on how to address
issues revolving around registration, their grades or other advanced issues of policy
not addressed by Harpur Academic Advising. Student Records also certifies students
University Policies and Procedures
Resources which define policy and procedural issues on campus.
The Student Handbook
The student handbook features several key policy documents, including our Rules of
Conduct, but also provides students with valuable resources and needed articles of
information. (Adobe Acrobat Required)
In an effort to maintain the integrity of academic work, Binghamton University has
developed a defined code designed to deal with issues of cheating, plagiarism and
other acts deemed to be dishonest in the academic environment.
The University Academic Calendar outlines class dates, as well as several key deadlines
students must be aware of.
Judicial Affairs oversees issues related to student conduct, sanctioning and University
policy and regulations. Judicial Affairs' role is directly linked to the Rules of Conduct (.pdf, 1.4M).
Other Co-Curricular Resources
Other resources and opportunities to enhance your time at Binghamton
Office of International Programs (OIP)
Thinking about studying abroad? The Office of International Programs offers expert
advice on available programs and their areas of study. It's never too soon to begin
considering how studying abroad will fit into your plan.
National Student Exchange (NSE)
The National Student Exchange (NSE) provides opportunities for undergraduate students
to study for up to one calendar year at another NSE member college or university.
With 190 colleges and universities participating throughout the U.S., Canada, the
U.S Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Guam and the District of Columbia, there are choices
available for everyone.
Center for Civic Engagement (CCE)
The CCE works with communities within and beyond Binghamton University's campus to
provide various rewarding and meaningful opportunities to students, faculty, staff,
alumni, and community members. The CCE supports the attainment of academic, personal,
and professional growth through civic engagement to develop active and engaged citizens.
Campus Research Opportunities Posting Database (C.R.O.P.)
The resource provides a central location for faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and advanced
graduate students to post information on opportunities for research, scholarly, or
creative activity and for undergraduates to identify and apply for these positions.
Research opportunities may be paid, for credit (i.e. independent study), or volunteer.
Harpur Edge connects Harpur College students with resources outside the classroom including special
Edge initiatives, other campus programs and alumni to help them take charge of their liberal arts education. Creating opportunities for success, Harpur Edge
provides students with a jump-start on their future.
S.O.A.R (Scholarship and Other Award Resources)
This database compiles external scholarships, fellowships, and opportunities for summer
and post-graduation for all students.