What services do we offer?
We’re here to help you connect and to keep you updated on University news. Just like our alumni base – now at 150,000 and counting – we’re constantly changing and growing to meet the needs of alumni, students, friends and the Binghamton University community. If you are a graduate of the University, you are a member of the Alumni Association and it's completely free. Here are some of the benefits we provide:
It’s a secure virtual community - only for Binghamton University alumni. B-connected lets you update your personal profile, and search for alumni.
• Submit a Class Note and read updates your classmates have posted
• Upload a profile picture and photo album
• Instantly see a list of alumni living in your geographic area
• Create and share contact lists
• Manage subscriptions to email bulletins and online alumni newsletters
You can support the University by making a gift through B-connected.
Develop professionally and connect with other members of the University community, by connecting with alumni through these two groups on LinkedIn. The Alumni Association Professional Network group is a forum for alumni-to-alumni and student-to-alumni networking. If you'd like to expand your network or serve as a resource for current students needing advice, this group is for you. The Alumni Association Job Forum is the place to post jobs within your organization, and to see jobs posted by other alumni.
Through a partnership with the Alumni Association, the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development provides free headshots to all students, faculty, staff and alumni. Headshots help build a professional brand and the Iris Photobooth provides professional quality photos, in an easy, self-serve format. The Iris Photobooth is located in UU-133 and provides photos for use on LinkedIn, Mentor Match, conference programs, and other networking platforms or websites. There is no need to make an appointment. Visit the Fleishman Center during office hours, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Career Shift is a platform open to Binghamton University students and alumni that can help you move your career forward. Search, select and store job listings from job boards and company job postings. Get up-to-date contact information, including email addresses, for millions of companies.
Alumni who would like to provide or receive mentoring are welcome to join Mentor Match, an online platform that connects alumni with each other and with current students.
Interstride is a powerful tool for international students and alumni. It empowers students to discover unlimited career opportunities. Interstride offers the ability for you to communicate with students directly, and connect with other alumni. Make yourself available for others to reach out to you. Discuss topics you're interested in, attend career-related webinars and leverage Interstride's organizational tools.
The Binghamton Startup List: a showcase for alumni entrepreneurs
Our alumni are incredibly bright and ambitious, leveraging their Binghamton University
education to assume leadership roles in the business world by starting their own ventures.
The Binghamton Startup List, jointly offered by the Alumni Association and the University's Office of Entrepreneurship
and Innovation Partnerships, is intended to be a central repository of information
about businesses formed by at least one Binghamton University graduate. The site can
help alumni entrepreneurs to form new business-to-business and business-to-client
Binghamton University email
Through a partnership with Google, we're able to offer lifetime email to all Binghamton alumni. There is no cost to take advantage of this great Alumni Association benefit, and you get all email functions and features available within Gmail, but with an @binghamton.edu address.
Published twice a year, the magazine keeps you connected with articles on campus culture, and stories about alumni, student and faculty achievements.
This monthly online newsletter features University news, alumni profiles and information about alumni events.
Insurance and Financial Services
The Alumni Association offers, and receives royalties from, a variety of insurance programs:
Auto and Homeowners Insurance provided by Liberty Mutual Insurance Company - call 1-800-981-2372.
Various insurance programs provided by USI Affinity - call 1-800-922-1245 or visit the USI website to learn more about life, health, pet, dental, vision and disability insurance, as well as identity theft protection.
Support your Alumni Association while you shop! AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know; same products, prices and service. When you make eligible purchases on AmazonSmile, the company donates one-half percent of the price to us.
Alumni Lifelong Learning
We know your desire for learning did not end upon graduation, and given the rapidly changing technology and information landscape, the need for continuing education and lifelong learning has never been so critical. Education is the primary reason you first attended Binghamton, so providing an array of educational experiences is one of the best ways we can continue to serve you.
- Binghamton Learning Network webinar series
- TIER Talks speaker series
- Alumni Book Club (discussions are held online)
- Non-credit online courses
- Outdoor Pursuits (alumni may register for these classes as non-credit students)
Degree Programs co-sponsored by the Alumni Association
The School of Management's Executive MBA - NYC Program is one of the most innovative programs in the country; earn your MBA degree in 15 months.
The Thomas J. Watson College of Engineering and Applied Science has a 12-month Executive Master of Science in Health Systems program in Manhattan which provides knowledge and skills for modeling, analyzing and/or designing healthcare delivery systems and processes.
Starting in Fall 2023, admission to Binghamton University Bearcats men's soccer, women's soccer, volleyball, wrestling, baseball, softball, men's lacrosse and women's lacrosse games will be free of charge.
Visit the website for the on-campus Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development to learn more about career resources for alumni.
Fitness and recreation programs, including membership in Fitspace are available to alumni through Campus Recreational Services.
With our library courtesy card, alumni may borrow up to 15 books for six weeks at no charge. Information on how to take advantage of this is available from the libraries.