Three homes. Three unique locations.
Many students think of college as their home away from home, but CCPA students actually have three homes at Binghamton University. A mix of undergraduate and graduate students take their classes on Binghamton's Vestal campus, while others learn at the University Downtown Center (UDC) or at the Health Sciences Building in Johnson City.
Each location has benefits and there are multiple free bus and shuttle options to help students get around.
University Downtown Center
The University Downtown Center is an ultra-modern facility with a library and information commons that offers study lounges and computer pods, collections, inter-library loan, printers and copy machine. Being in the heart of a bustling downtown means students at the UDC are near the organizations where they’re interning, making real-world learning easily accessible. Many choose to live downtown facilitating this natural transition.
The Vestal campus is 930 acres and provides the traditional college experience. First-year students are required to live on campus, and have the advantage of taking classes close to where they live. Binghamton University is always building, and many classrooms have been recently renovated giving students access to a wide range of technology and modern study spaces.
Health Sciences Building
The Health Sciences Building, which is on a nearly 15-acre campus in Johnson City, has 112,000 square feet of state-of-the-art classrooms as well as clinical laboratory and research space, including a leading-edge simulation and healthcare learning lab.