CCE in the news
Student and faculty community engagement stories
Students and faculty engage with the greater Binghamton community through community-engaged learning courses, student organizations, individual involvement and more.
The CCE works with faculty in every school and college across campus to connect students with the surrounding community through credit-based, community-engaged learning courses. Learn more.
Ross University and Community Projects Fund awards $28,300
Ross University and Community Projects Fund awards $24,000
Eliana Epstein ‘18, MS ‘20, strengthens local food systems
Binghamton University students give over $14,000 to local nonprofits
Keeping the oath: Vindman discusses public service, ethics with civic engagement class
Binghamton senior discovers a passion for conservation through community engagement
Environmental class helps protect local parks from invasive species
Faculty fellow creates community-engaged environmental courses
Special education class works with Ross Park Zoo to increase accessibility
Master of Social Work student helps seniors get vaccinated
Community Engagement class immigration stories
Once upon a parasite
In addition to involvement in CCE programs like impactBing CORE, Leaders in Engagement, Advocacy and Democracy (LEAD) and the Youth Initiative, hundreds of students plan and organize service projects with their student groups, classes, athletic teams, residential communities and as individuals every semester. The CCE provides guidance to them and connects them with community organizations. Learn more.
The Emerging Leaders Program: How First Semester and Transfer Students are Making an Impact in the Community
Student volunteer connects with individuals with traumatic brain injuries
University, community help develop student LEADers
2020–21 Excellence in Community Engagement awards
A Renaissance north of Main in Binghamton
School internship provides hands-on teaching experience
Hinman PSLC maintains relationship with NoMa community
MSW students help remote-learning students in Windsor schools
Max Kurant — LEAD volunteer
Students respond to COVID-19 food insecurity
On-site resources developed at Binghamton elementary school
Voter engagement and civic action
Binghamton University is committed to helping students understand their civic rights while accessing and exercising them fully. The CCE also works to equip students with the knowledge and skill set to create change in their community, informing them of their rights and teaching them how to make their voices heard. Learn more.