Information for admitted students
Before coming to Binghamton University:
How to activate your BMail account?
BMail is your official Binghamton email address, and is where all university communications are sent. Binghamton University has partnered with Google to provide our students, faculty and staff with BMail. Please follow the instructions here to activate your account.
Housing and Dining
You may choose to live on campus or off campus. Please click here for more information.
Information for All New Students
Please click here for very important information for all new students, including how to submit the online Medical History form and the Immunization Worksheet and check lists on what you should be before arrival.
During your stay at Binghamton University:
Please click here for course registration information for each of the four semesters at Binghamton University.
Health Care: What to do if you get sick or injured?
You can visit the Decker Student Health Services Center on campus, located on the East Access Road, above Dickinson College and across from College-in-the-Woods (Parking Lot O). You may walk in without making an appointment in advance.
If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911 from a campus telephone. Off campus or cell phone users should call 777-3333 for Harpur's Ferry campus medical response service. Students who visit a local emergency room or urgent care center are responsible for all costs incurred.
If you need non-emergency care on the weekends or when the Decker Student Health Services Center is closed, you may wish to visit a local walk-in clinic. You'll be responsible for all costs incurred.
Fun Activities on Campus
Other than going to classes and studying, what else can you do at Binghamton University? Click here for more information!
Are you getting ready to graduate?
Have you fulfilled all graduation requirements, including submitting an Application for Degree (AFD), available on BU BRAIN? Click here for more information.
Please click here for more information, such as how to purchase caps and gowns, how to get tickets for your family and friends, time and location of commencement ceremonies, and so on.
If you have any questions regarding OPT, please visit the Office of International Student and Scholar Services, located in the Library South Ground, Room #500 (LSG 500).
Applying for Degree Verification
Employers seeking to verify whether a student earned a degree at Binghamton University can obtain verification through the NSC at http://www.studentclearinghouse.org/verifiers/degree/index.php. The cost for this service is $6.50.
Forms and Documents
- Dual-Diploma Academic Policies
- Request for Re-enrollment Form
- A New Student's Guide to Off Campus Living
- Housing Search Checklist
Resources and Links for Admitted Students
- Driver's License
- Academic Policies and Procedures
- Student Life
- About Binghamton University
- Financial Information
- Academic Calendar
- BU-BRAIN & BLACKBOARD
- Career Development Center
- e-Recruiting (eRecruiting is the Career Development Center's (CDC) premier tool for job and internship searches, identifying student employment positions, and occupational research.)
- International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
- Information Technology Services (ITS)