Student Support Services - Contact
Our offices are located in the newly renovated wing of the University Union. We share an extended suite with the other TRiO programs as well as the EOP office. Our common reception room is located at UU 256, and once inside head to the right.
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Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Student Support Services
Post Office Box 6000
Binghamton, New York 13902
Student Support Services Staff
Marty Wygmans is the Project Director for TRiO Programs and Executive Director of Student Services at Binghamton University. She oversees a number of programs at the university, including Student Support Services, Upward Bound, and Veterans Services programs. As part of her duties she writes the grant proposals which fund Upward Bound and Student Support Services. Additionally, she supervises staff, handles budgetary matters, and ensures compliance with federal regulations. Marty also served on the Board of Directors for the Association for Equality and Excellence in Education. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Business and Master of Arts in Agency Counseling. She is working on her Doctor of Education in Higher Education Administration.
Stephen Rebello is the Assistant Director and an Academic Counselor for Student Support Services at Binghamton University. He oversees the day-to-day functions of the program and provides leadership for the staff. Steve also provides academic, personal, and career counseling for students. He enjoys being an instructor for supplemental biology courses, First Year Experience courses, and the TRiO Mentor Professional Internship Course. You will find Steve engaged in the campus community through committees, boards, and volunteer opportunities. He has a Bachelor of Science in Biology Education and a Master of Science in Outdoor and Environmental Education. He believes education is the key to breaking the poverty cycle and is glad to be in a career that focusses on this goal.
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Marissa Zelman hails from the city of bright lights and ventured up north to Binghamton in pursuit of her BA in English, euphorically trading in NYC skyscrapers, bodegas, and subways for fresh air, snow forts, and carousels. Marissa found her passion for education while teaching for EOP's Summer Program (BEP), ultimately earning her MAT in English. She now provides academic, personal, and career counseling as Senior Academic Counselor for the SSS Program, truly enjoying her humanitarian vocation. Marissa is the Instructor of Record for WRIT100, a supplemental writing course taken in conjunction with WRIT111; teaches the First-Year Experience course, UNIV180; and has more recently taken on enrollment management for the SSS Program.
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Regina Alfieri is a proud Binghamton University alumna who holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Science in Student Affairs Administration. As an Academic Counselor for Student Support Services, she provides academic, personal, and career counseling. Additionally, Regina serves as an instructor for First Year Experience and supplemental writing courses.
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Jeremy Toulon is the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Academic Counselor for Student Support Services at Binghamton University. He provides academic, personal, and career counseling. Additionally, he is an instructor for First Year Experience courses and will be expanding into supplemental biology and math courses. Jeremy is a two time graduate of Binghamton University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Africana Studies and a Master of Social Work. He hopes his work will further diversity in higher education achievement among students.
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Josh Perry is the Learning Specialist for Student Support Services at Binghamton University. Both in and out of the office, Josh is a man of many hats. In the office, he is primarily responsible for coordinating the office's tutoring program and maintaining the online presence of the office through this website, social media, and e-mail. He further assists the office as needed, taking on other projects and aiding the counselors. Josh currently teaches the CDCI 395 tutoring internship course which trains future SSS tutors. Josh has a background in music and history, with a BA in Music from SUNY Oneonta and ultimately switching from a masters in Music History to earn his Masters in Student Affairs Administration (with a focus on advising and leadership) from Binghamton University.
Cindy Kery is Assistant Director for Administrative Services of TRiO Programs at Binghamton University. A former Upward Bound student, she began working part-time for TRiO in 1976. Cindy is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the TRiO Office. This includes student tracking, federal reporting, room reservations and paperwork such as applications, consent forms and stipends. She also handles Veteran Services paperwork. She has a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies and a Master of Arts in Social Science.
Stephanie Malmberg is the Data Specialist for the program. Her responsibilities include coordinating the mid-semester evaluation process for the program, as well as other data driven initiatives within the office and across campus. She is an alumna of the Student Affairs Administration program at Binghamton University, and worked with SSS as the graduate assistant before joining us officially. In her spare time, she is a parent to three sons, a PhD student, and an adjunct instructor at SUNY Broome. Some of her key research interests include non-traditional student engagement and transitions based identify formation.
Christine Maloney is the Secretary for TRiO Programs at Binghamton University. Christine provides administrative support for the TRiO staff. Her responsibilities include assisting in the preparation of documents, office correspondence and meetings. She also schedules appointments for students, organizes events and assists with the development of reports required by the U.S. Department of Education.