The Decker Division of Advising and Academic Excellence supports prospective and enrolled undergraduate and graduate students as they explore and pursue program options.
Our professional advising staff is available to guide students from pre-admission through graduation. In addition to professional staff, Decker peer advisors have extensive training and are regularly available to answer students' questions quickly and efficiently. Collaboratively, we help students understand admission requirements, orient to their program of study, establish a relationship with their assigned faculty advisor and progress to graduation in a timely fashion.
The well-being of our students is our top priority, and we strive to provide a safe and comfortable environment.
Connect with advising staff
We encourage prospective students to request a transcript evaluation before contacting us, so we can better advise you.
Students may connect with advising staff in a variety of ways:
- Visit our office (Academic Building B, Room 114) during walk-in advising hours (see our events calendar for schedule) or schedule an appointment
- Email us at email@example.com
- Call us at 607–777–4954
- Register online to take a tour of the Decker School of Nursing facilities
- Current non-nursing Binghamton undergraduates are encouraged to watch our intra-University transfer (IUT) and double degree (DD) virtual information session
- Mail us: Division of Advising and Academic Excellence, Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Binghamton University, P.O. Box 6000, Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
Meet our professional advising staff
Staff can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 607-777- 4954.
Looking for more?
For general information about Binghamton University, including information about admissions deadlines, detailed application instructions, tuition costs, financial aid, housing and visiting the campus, visit Binghamton University's Undergraduate Admissions website if you're an undergraduate or Binghamton University's Graduate School website if you're a graduate student.
If you have a felony or child abuse conviction
Students who have a felony or child abuse conviction are advised that their prior criminal history may impede their ability to complete the requirements of the Decker School of Nursing and/or to meet licensure requirements for nursing or advanced practice licensure. If you have concerns about this, you are advised to contact the Decker Advising and Academic Excellence Office, the undergraduate or graduate program director or the Dean's Office. You are required to report felony convictions while enrolled in the Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences as it may change your progression and ability to be placed in a clinical agency. To learn if felony/child abuse convictions will negatively impact your ability for licensure, check with the State Board of Nursing in the state in which you plan to practice.