Getting Involved

There are many different ways to get involved in the Binghamton University community.  As a Binghamton University student, getting involved in campus clubs, sports and events will be vital to your continued success at Binghamton University.  Listed below are several campus resources and organizations.  We encourage you to explore these resources and to connect with the greater Binghamton University community!

 

Campus Resources

B-Engaged: B-Engaged is an online platform that features information on all campus clubs/organizations, as well as campus events. The ISSS also houses information on student associations that assist newly admitted students, which can be found here.

The Center for Civic Engagement: The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) works with communities within and beyond Binghamton University's campus to provide various rewarding and meaningful opportunities for students.

Campus Recreation: Campus Recreation (Campus Rec) offers exercise classes, intramural sports, access to a fitness center, as well as a swimming pool, and many other activities and programs.

 

ISSS Programs for New Students

ISSS organizes social and informative programs throughout the year. Two of these programs are listed below. Visit our Programs Webpage and ‘like’ our Facebook page for additional program information and updates!

The Friendship Family Program involves a family, or individual, from the surrounding community who has interest in forming a social relationship with an international student. This social relationship can consist of family dinners, phone calls, conversations over coffee or tea, attending an event together or going to see the latest movie.

The International Spouse Program (ISP) provides support and assistance to your spouse when he or she joins you at Binghamton University. The ISP offers its members free, weekly ESL instruction. The ISP provides an excellent opportunity to practice English, to learn about day-to-day living in the U.S., to become involved in community activities and socialize with other spouses. For more information, contact the ISSS office by e-mail at isss@binghamton.edu.

 

 

Last Updated: 10/31/16