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The 20:1 Sexual Assault Prevention Program is a peer education program with an emphasis on Greek Life and athletics. 20:1 peer interns educate other students on issues of sexual assault prevention, including victim empathy, sexual consent and bystander behavior.



Case Manager

The Case Manager works with students to provide support, advice and resources. If students have a problem that interferes with their academic and personal success, the Case Manager can help.



Crime Victims Assistance Center

The Crime Victims Assistance Center is an off-campus resource for people who have been a victim of, or affected by, a crime. It provides free counseling to survivors as well as a 24-hour crisis line and advocacy program.  

377 Robinson St.


Dean of

The Dean of Students Office works to support student success in the classroom, on and off campus, and by advocating for students.  



Decker Student Health Services Center


The Decker Student Health Services Center provides currently registered Binghamton University students with primary care of acute illness and injury, health education, women's health services (including birth control), travel medicine, immunizations, HIV testing, psychiatric consultation and laboratory services. All students are eligible to visit and all services are confidential.




The Employee Assistance Program provides confidential, professional, work-site based guidance at no cost to University faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate student employees, retirees and their families. EAP offers consultation, assessment and referrals to appropriate community and professional resources as well as programs and workshops.



Harpur's Ferry

Harpur's Ferry Student Volunteer Ambulance Service provides emergency medical care and ambulance transport for medical emergencies both on and off campus. Harpur's Ferry is an Advanced Life Support (ALS) agency providing IV access, advanced airways, narcotics and other advanced procedures to patients requiring more advanced emergency care.


607-777-3399 (non-emergency)



The goal of Health Education is to provide Binghamton University students with the tools and information needed to maintain good health.



Interpersonal Violence Prevention


Interpersonal Violence Prevention works to reduce instances of and the traumatic impact of sexual assault, dating and relationship violence, harassment, bullying and stalking at Binghamton University.



REACH Peer Educators


The REACH (Real Education About College Health) peer education program heightens students' awareness and understanding of health issues that directly affect their lives such as alcohol and other drugs, tobacco use, social life, HIV/AIDS, sexuality, self-esteem, peer pressure, relationships and healthy decision making.



Residential Life

Residential Life staff help students find academic, personal and social growth in the residence halls. They are trained to assist students in crisis and can be an invaluable resource.


Students of Concern Committee

The Students of Concern Committee is comprised of professionals from across campus who work together to foster early identification of concerns about a student. Its goal is to address situations early to reduce the impact to a student and/or his/her classroom, social or living environment.


University Counseling Center


The University Counseling Center provides comprehensive preventive and clinical services. Its goal is to enhance the psychological well-being of undergraduate and graduate students so they can take full advantage of the educational opportunities at the University. Individual and group sessions (i.e. Demystifying Relationships, Women's Group, "Embrace Yourself") are available. 



University Ombudsman

The Office of the University Ombudsman provides independent, confidential, informal and impartial assistance to the campus community in the management of conflict and the resolution of problems. Collaborative dispute resolution is encouraged whenever possible and mediation services are available on request.




The New York State University Police at Binghamton is a fully empowered state law enforcement agency. Its primary mission is to provide a safe environment for the campus community. Protecting life and property, preventing and investigating crime and maintaining public order are among its top priorities.

Couper Admin Building

607-777-2393 (non-emergency)

Last Updated: 10/31/17