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Undergraduate Admissions

Outcomes

Binghamton Gets You Places

Into the Workforce

Recruiters actively seek out Binghamton graduates. More than 1,800 large and small employers from across New York state and beyond recruit Binghamton students every year, and our graduates pursue rewarding careers with a wide range of organizations including Microsoft, Google, IBM, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Ernst & Young, PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Coca-Cola, Tata and Baidu.

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Our Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development staff can help you find opportunities to gain experience, learn more about careers and bolster your employability.

Higher Starting Salaries

  • Binghamton University*: $58,709
  • National Average: $50,359

* As reported by the class of 2016 Senior Survey, Binghamton University
† As reported by the class of 2016 National Association of Colleges and Employers first-destination survey

Graduates Seeking Employment

 

67 percent of graduates seeking employment have secured a full-time job within 6 months after graduation.

Furthering Your Education

Where do Binghamton graduates go for advanced degrees? Approximately one in three Binghamton University graduates go on to graduate or professional schools including: Binghamton University, New York University, Carnegie Mellon, Columbia, Cornell, Georgetown, Harvard, Stanford and Yale. Our Graduate School has 50+ accelerated bachelor’s/master’s degree programs.

Higher Law School Acceptance Rates

83.4%%

Binghamton University

75.8%

National Average

Higher Enrollment Rates

 

85 percent of graduates seeking further education have enrolled in a graduate/ professional program within six months after graduation.

Their stories started with Binghamton

Our graduates are successful, distinguished leaders and professionals to network with, and our current students benefit from our 127,000+ alumni who open doors to careers and opportunities well beyond our campus.

Last Updated: 12/12/17