Stress-free Bing

April 2–May 9

Explore a range of activities, events and resources aimed at helping students relax and de-stress while preparing for finals. Don't miss the opportunity to unwind, socialize and enjoy some down time! Be sure to check back frequently for the latest updates. Stress-free Bing takes place every spring and fall!

Campus Partners: Planning an event? Let the Stress-free Bing Committee know! 

Stress-free Bing calendar

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Spring Fling
Moe Fest
Binghamton University Art Museum Galleries and Exhibitions
Run the Brain
...Plus so much more!

More Events


  • Wellness support

    The CARE Team

    The CARE Team is here to listen, support and empower you, helping you face challenges and overcome obstacles. Contact them here.

    MSW Interns

    The Master of Social Work (MSW) interns working with Residential
    Life can help on-campus students with social, behavioral, emotional and academic concerns

    Mindset Mentors

    Students taking part in a new Stress, Resilience and Health internship offered through the Department of Health and Wellness Studies, called Mindset Mentors, provide tools and strategies for developing a powerful and positive mindset, helping you embrace change, build resilience and stay healthy. Find more information on their website.

    University Counseling Center (UCC)

    During this time, students may experience additional stress such as loneliness, boredom, irritability or anxiety. Find more information on their website.

  • Dining

    Check the Binghamton University Dining Services webpage for the most current listing of all the dining options open on campus, both resident and retail.

    BUDS Birthday Giveaway!

    Follow us on Instagram @bingcampusfood for a chance to win to win a birthday treat from the Bearcat Bakery!

  • Libraries
    • Visit the Library Hours web page to see hours for the spring semester.
    • Bartle is open 24/7 for the last two weeks. Late night access (after midnight) is limited to current students with a valid ID.
    • Make a reservation for any of the group study rooms on study spaces web page.
    • Check the Course Reserves tool to see available course readings and textbooks.
    • Did you know there's a subject librarian whose job is to help with your research topic? Find your subject librarian!
    • Take a study break before finals with chair massages, therapy dog visits, snacks and crafts at the Libraries!
  • Study tips
  • Success Coaching

    Professional and Peer Success Coaches support student learning through personalized one-on-one coaching appointments. Success Coaches are trained to collaboratively work alongside a student to create an actionable success plan regarding a variety of topics like:

    • time and task management
    • study strategies
    • organization  
    • productivity
    • motivation and others

    Learn more about Success Coaching

  • University Tutorial Services
    Need help with your classes? The university provides free tutoring services at your convenience. Check their website for how to connect with them.
  • Overnight parking
    In an effort to support students studying for finals, Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) will lift the overnight parking restriction for all non-pay, surface lots beginning Friday, May 5 through Thursday, May 11. Any commuter or resident with a valid parking permit will be allowed to park in these spaces overnight. Resident vehicles must be removed from commuter lots by 5 a.m. the following day. All paid and metered spaces are still in effect. See the campus map for lot locations.
  • Bus information


Looking for a place to study? The Office of Student Transition and Success has you covered. Visit their #StudyBing web page to learn where you can find quiet places to study before finals!

Choose Well — Be Well

B-Healthy is a big part of helping our campus be healthy and stay well. Find support, events and resources for well-being, mental health and more in the hub!

Accessibility accommodations

If you anticipate a need for disability-related accommodations or auxiliary aids to attend or participate, please contact the office hosting the event by phone or email at least 3–5 days in advance regarding your equal access needs.