Programs and Services

The Dean of Students Office offers a variety of programs and services aimed at supporting the personal and academic success of all Binghamton University students.

BWelcome

BWelcome helps students celebrate the new academic year and experience what Binghamton University has to offer.

Binghamton University Interfaith Council

The Binghamton University Interfaith Council (BUIC) is composed of various religious institutions and organizations around the greater Binghamton area that have committed themselves to serving the religious and spiritual needs of the University community. Members of BUIC will be available on campus to meet with students, faculty and staff.

The Dean's Team

The Dean's Team interns host programming and outreach initiatives on behalf of DOS, as well as partner offices and organizations.

Food Pantry

Our food pantry is equipped to provide a variety of food and personal care items for our students in need — located in RC-168 in the Nelson A Rockefeller Center (connected to Hinman Collegiate Center), overseen by Parent and Family Programs.

Acts of Kindness Scholarship for Undergraduate Students

The Strelzyn-Witt A-OK Acts of Kindness Scholarship will provide a substantial scholarship to one undergraduate student each year who embodies and demonstrates a combination of fine character and making a difference in the lives of others through their kindness, compassion and caring acts. Find more information and the nomination form here.

Free Menstrual Care Products

This pilot program provides free menstrual care products to students who might not otherwise be able to afford them by making products available to students through an online ordering system and by picking up products at a few locations.

Korean Student Center

The Young Sam Kim Korean Student Center, located in Old Champlain Hall room 101, is available for everyday use, meetings and programming reservations. Temporarily closed now.

Stress-free Bing and #StudyBing

The Dean of Students Office sponsors #stressfreebing, a series of de-stress programs every semester during finals week for students including therapy dogs, nature walks, crafts, food and more.  #StudyBing is a google calendar organized by DOS listing after-hours study locations, parking, transportation and dining information during finals week.