2021 Applications Opening Soon!
Do you want to be one of the first to apply to Binghamton for 2021? No problem! Just fill out this form and we’ll send you email to alert you when the application goes live.
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Note: Binghamton accepts specific application fee waivers for students who meet certain criteria demonstrating economic need.
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Check Your Email and Activate Your Password
Beginning in September, after we receive your application, we'll email you a Reference Number and User ID. Once you receive these, activate your password. You must do this before you can successfully complete the rest of your application.Note: The Admissions Office uses email as our main source of communication for important updates including application status notifications. If you are providing your school email, be aware of any policies your high school has that may restrict our messages from reaching you. You can update your email address at any time through the status checker. Add email@example.com to your email contact list to ensure you receive our emails. Don't forget to check your spam folder!
Submit Your Transcript
First-year students are required to submit a high-school transcript. You should request your transcript from your school counselor. Official transcripts can be submitted electronically or by mail to Binghamton University, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, P.O. BOX 6001, Binghamton, NY 13902-6001.
Request Official Test Scores
First-year students are required to have official test scores sent electronically from the testing agency. Learn more about Binghamton's test policy.
Submit One Teacher/Counselor Recommendation
Binghamton will review one teacher/counselor recommendation. Submit your recommender as indicated on your application of choice.
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) students may be requested to complete and submit additional academic and financial application materials. Note: EOP applicants are not eligible to apply Early Action.Learn More
Binghamton is happy to accept and review applications from students who received their education through home-schooling experiences.Learn More
If you have a special talent you wish to continue pursuing in some way at Binghamton University, consider submitting a special talent portfolio. Submitting a special talent for review at Binghamton University is an opportunity for your talents to be actively considered in your admission process. Submitting a portfolio for review does not affect your intended major. Note: Special talent applicants are not eligible to apply Early Action.
Note: The deadline for submitting an application for special talent is Jan. 15.
Applications and Requirements
Questions? For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC at Binghamton are offered through Cornell University.
Army ROTC: Contact SSG Chad Garrison, director of Army ROTC at 607-777-2630. For more information, visit this website.
Air Force ROTC: Contact Molly M. Heath, Capt., USAF; Operations Flight Commander, AFROTC Detachment 520, at 607-255-8503. Visit website for complete details.
- EOP Applicants
Check Status of Your Application Regularly
Once you've applied, you should regularly check the status of your application.
Binghamton does not require interviews as part of the admissions process; however, you're welcome to meet with an admissions counselor when the office is open for a personalized discussion.
Dates and Deadlines
Early action deadline: November 1
- You must submit either The Common Application, SUNY Application or Coalition Application by November 1.
- All other required application materials (transcripts and test scores) must be submitted by December 1.
- Binghamton will provide early action decisions by January 15.
Regular admissions deadline: January 15
- All required application materials (transcripts and test scores) must be submitted by January 15.
- Binghamton will provide regular admission decisions by April 1.
- SAT: 2535
- ACT: 2956