Ensure Your Application is Complete
Use the undergraduate application status checker to see if there are any additional items you need to provide to complete your application.
After your application is received, you will receive a Reference Number and User ID by email. Once you receive these, activate your password. You must do this before you can log in to the status checker.
The Admissions Committee reviews only completed applications. Should questions arise about your application, we'll communicate with you via the email address provided on your application. If you need to correct or update your email address, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to provide your name, your old email address and your new email address.
Official Admissions decisions
You may be notified of our official admission decision via U.S. mail, email or online. Our admissions decisions reflect a thorough review of all applications. Binghamton University doesn't have an admissions appeals process; all decisions are final.
Financial aid award offers
All admitted students who have a FAFSA on file (and sent to Binghamton University) will receive a financial aid award notification via email from Financial Aid Services in November for spring admission and late January for fall admission.
Our recommended FAFSA filing date is Jan. 1.
Deferring from Binghamton
First-year or transfer applicants who have been admitted to Binghamton University may request to defer their enrollment for up to one year.
Withdrawing your application
If you are no longer interested in Binghamton University and would like to have your application withdrawn, please complete this form . You are welcome to reapply for a future term!
Students who have previously been convicted of a felony are advised that their prior criminal history may impede their ability to complete the requirements of certain academic programs and/or to meet licensure requirements for certain professions. Students who have concerns about such matters are advised to contact the dean's office of their intended academic program.