At Binghamton, the health and safety of our students is our number one priority. As we plan for the upcoming semester, we will continue to monitor the situation and follow guidelines set by federal, state and local authorities regarding large public gatherings. The start of a new academic year is a fun and exciting time for us all, and although many of the events and activities normally held at the start of the semester may look different this year, we are committed to providing an enriching and welcoming experience for all of our students joining us this fall.
From concerts to comedians, speakers to Spring Fling, Campus Activities has you covered for edutainment options and stress-relieving fun. We work with student organizations, faculty and staff to bring you exciting, engaging events. There's always something coming up — check back for updated information.
The University does B Welcome, at the end of August and end of January. It's a special time for welcoming our new and returning students back.
Homecoming marks the time to celebrate what it means to be a Bearcat with your current Binghamton University friends and alumni. This year's event will be virtual, offering nearly a week of videos and interactive experiences that bring the flavor and energy of campus to you. Homecoming normally occurs in October and is co-sponsored by the Student Association, Campus Activities and the Alumni Relations Office. For current information about Homecoming, visit the Homecoming website.
Student Association Events
The Student Association charters and funds 150+ student organizations at Binghamton University. In addition, the Student Association, through the Student Association Programming Board, plans large events for the entire campus, including concerts, festivals and comedians. Visit the Student Association website to learn more about what events will look like in the fall 2020 semester.