Where Binghamton connects.
We’re DJs. We’re Korean drummers. We’re a capella singers, poets, Haitians, Republicans, Democrats, gamers and full-contact floor hockey players. We’re the thousands of active members of Binghamton’s many student clubs and organizations.
At Binghamton, clubs and organizations are started by students, governed by students and 100 percent run by students, from the campus TV station to the Asian Student Union to ESCAPE, a student-run bus company that makes weekend trips into New York City.
The incredible variety of student clubs and organizations at Binghamton is a reflection of the rich diversity of our more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students who hail from nearly all 50 states and 100+ different countries. Binghamton is small enough to provide a strong sense of community, but big enough to satisfy an entire world of interests.
If you have an idea for a new arts, athletic, academic, media, Greek, cultural or professional club, fill out a charter application with the Student Association (also student-run, of course). Your ideas, talents and passion make Binghamton a vibrant, fascinating place to live and learn.
You can explore the wide range of Student Association-chartered organizations and connect with the ones you find interesting, as well as check out campus and Student Association events at the B-Engaged website. At that site you can also find opportunities to get involved on campus and record your participation in co-curricular and extracurricular activities on an "Involvement Transcript."