- More than 250 student clubs and organizations
- Campus sports and recreation
- Study abroad
Discovery provides academic support/services to every student on campus. Discovery Advisors (peer mentors) are available to talk to about social or academic issues.
Decker Student Health Services Center
Services for Students with Disabilities
University Counseling Services
Career Development Center -- Help with building your resume, interviewing skills, internships and job searches.
The Writing Center -- The Writing Center is a place where students can find competent, friendly, individual, free help in improving their writing skills. Open to all students, native English speakers and ESL, basic to advanced writers.
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) -- Binghamton University's EOP provides economically and academically disadvantaged students with access, academic support and financial aid.
Harpur's Ferry -- Binghamton University's award-winning student volunteer ambulance service.
Libraries -- The four libraries at Binghamton University utilize the latest technologies to make research easy, efficient, visual and fun. Bartle Library is open 24/5.
Want to have your voice heard? Hoping to make a difference as a college student? Dream of entering politics some day? Then you'll love getting involved in Binghamton University's advocacy program called Think Binghamton. As a student advocate, you'll receive up-to-date information about University initiatives and be encouraged to send letters to legislators in support of these initiatives.