The mission of the Healthy Campus Initiative is to cultivate a culture and environment of health and well-being that is supportive of individuals and groups in pursuit of their optimal potential.

Join the initiative to make
Binghamton a healthier campus.

The goal of Binghamton University's Healthy Campus Initiative (HCI) is to create an environment and identity that encourages and supports healthy living. Improving the health and well-being of our community, students, faculty and staff by providing coping strategies and psychological health and sets the stage for lifelong healthy living. Workplace wellness for faculty and staff can positively impact employee health and job satisfaction, boost engagement and enhance productivity.

Stay Connected

Find vaulable information about all health topics and resources on- and off-campus PLUS upcoming events and ways to engaged with B-Healthy.

Instagram: @bhealthybingu
TikTok: @healthpeers

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75 ways we're inspiring well-being

This online booklet, celebrating the University's history, brings into focus the many ways Binghamton University and its students, faculty and staff work together to develop and sustain a culture of support for health and well-being initiatives across the spectrum of the eight dimensions of wellness.


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CSA Farm Share with Russell Farms

Join B-Healthy and Russell Farms for 10 weeks of locally sourced fruits and vegetables! Learn more and sign up:


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Move Your Way

Join individually or with a team to work towards monthly steps goals and win prizes! Thank you to our sponsors at Campus Recreation, Binghamton University Dining Services and the Binghamton University Bookstore (Barnes & Noble).


Nationally Recognized Initiative

Binghamton University's Healthy Campus Initiative has been recognized both locally and nationally.

Learn more

Binghamton University is a tobacco and smoke-free campus. The use of all tobacco products is prohibited on all University property. For more information, as well as a list of tobacco cessation resources, visit the tobacco-free website.