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Graduate School policy changes due to COVID-19 and academic disruption. 

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2022 Grad Application

Ready to apply to grad school?

The application for 2022 entry is currently available.

Begin the application process:

1) Review the application instructions.

2) Prepare your required application materials.

3) Submit the online graduate admission application.

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Contact the Graduate School

The Graduate School is here to help!

We encourage students, applicants, faculty and staff to contact us using the platform that is best for you:

  • Email
  • Phone
  • Chat (Skype, Hangouts)
  • Videoconferencing (Zoom)

Admissions inquiries can be directed to:
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Clark Fellowship Performers

Clark Fellowship Concert

View the recording for The Fellowship of Two Clarks: An Evening of Culture Through Music.

Performance by Binghamton University Master of Music (MM) students and Clifford D. Clark Diversity Fellows, Tshombe Selby and Kelsey Watts, accompanied by pianist John Isenberg. The event concluded with a moderated Q&A session.

Read more about the spring 2021 concert to honor the Clark Fellowship program.

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Graduate School by the Numbers

Graduate Students

3,959 Graduate Students Enrolled in Fall 2019

admissions support

8,000+ Applications

funding

$2+ million in funding and support to 220+ students

academic success

320+ student participants 20 workshops

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Living in upstate New York

World-class and affordable

A successful and enjoyable graduate career entails more than just academics, and at Binghamton University we are committed to providing you a well-rounded experience. In fact, that’s why our graduates are so successful.

About the Binghamton area

The Binghamton area offers an inspiring landscape and lively urban environment that's easy to navigate. The University's suburban and downtown campuses are just minutes from Binghamton's downtown.
More about the area

Featured student research

Carrie Rewakowski, Doctoral Candidate

in the Decker School of Nursing, researched the phenomenon of moral resilience

Explore Rewakowski's research


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