Posted by Conrad Taylor on November 19, 2018
Binghamton is home to some incredible locally owned businesses. Instead of doing your holiday shopping online or at big box stores, take the opportunity to explore some of the area's best small businesses, and shop local this holiday season!
Posted by Kim Washington on November 8, 2018
We celebrate the thousands of first-generation students and alumni who were admitted to college through the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP). EOP provides students with an equal opportunity to attend college, despite their financial standing and personal circumstances. As an EOP student myself, I'm grateful to the entire staff for believing in me and giving me the chance to be able to flourish and strive to be the best version of myself. EOP has given me the resources and support to reach my full potential here at Binghamton University.
Posted by on November 1, 2018
Alumna Nicole Sirju-Johnson MPA '99, PhD '11, is the associate chief diversity officer and the director of the Multicultural Research Center (MRC) at Binghamton. Nicole earned her master's in public administration and then went on to receive her PhD from Harpur College in political science. More recently, Nicole took some time to sit down with the undergraduate admissions team for a quick conversation about her role and the importance of campus diversity.
Posted by Kim Washington on October 26, 2018
There are many businesses in the local area that offer sweet discounts to Binghamton University students. Save some coin with your ID the next time you go shopping for a trendy new outfit or grab a cup of coffee -- or when you need to pamper yourself after a week of exams and papers!
Posted by Laurie Dupnock on October 19, 2018
Not all students choose to drink in college. However, if you do choose to drink once you’ve hit that monumental age of 21, there are some things for you to keep in mind so you can stay safe while still having fun. I sat down with the College Prevention Coordinator of Binghamton University’s Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Programs and Services and learned some important tips to share with you. Your liver won’t be the only one thanking you.