We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the following services and offices as you begin your graduate studies at Binghamton University.
B-Alert: Receive text messages or e-mails through B-Alert, the University's emergency alert system. Register for B-Alert.
Binghamton Portal: Use this electronic gateway to access most online resources on campus, including MyCourses, BU Brain and QuikPAY, which will allow you to register for courses, pay your bill, access your transcripts and more. Go to my.binghamton.edu.
bMobi: The bMobi application for iPhone, iPods, iPads, Androids and other web-enabled cell phones provides course schedules, campus maps, news, videos, directories, athletic news, information on campus events, images and more. View instructions and download bMobi.
BU Brain: Accessible online within the MyBinghamton portal, BU Brain provides students with access to personal information including your B-Number as well as information about your student record, transcript, schedule of classes, and more.
BUC$: Turn your student ID card into a debit card that you can use at numerous locations, both on and off campus. Learn more about BUC$.
CARE Team: The CARE Team (Consultation, Advocacy, Referral and Education) work to educate and inform the University community and connect students to available resources. Learn more.
Center for Civic Engagement (CCE): The Center for Civic Engagement helps students connect with the Greater Binghamton area through community-based research, internship and volunteer opportunities. Learn more about the CCE.
Computing hardware and software discounts: Many vendors offer computer hardware and software at a discount to Binghamton University students. View more information here.
Decker Student Health Services Center: Providing students with primary care of acute illness and injury, health education, women's health services, travel medicine, immunizations, HIV testing, psychiatric consultation and laboratory services, the Decker Student Health Services Center is located just behind the Dickinson Community and offers daily walk-in care and scheduled appointments.
Dining options: Learn about Binghamton University dining options through Binghamton University Dining Services by Sodexo.
Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD): The Fleishman Center, along with the Graduate School and the Graduate Student Organization (GSO), present a number of professional development workshops during each semester. Be sure to check your BMail for notifications. Visit the Fleishman Center website.
Graduate Community of Scholars (GCOS): The Graduate Community of Scholars offers resources to help you thrive in your personal life and gain a competitive edge in your professional life — whether you are starting your master's degree or completing your PhD. Learn more about GCOS.
Graduate School Manual: This essential resource provides important information on the Graduate School's policies and procedures. Access the Graduate School Manual.
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS): ISSS provides resources and advice for international students, including information on visas, housing and international student organizations. Visit the ISSS website.
MyCourses: Communicate with fellow students and professors in a virtual classroom related to your courses. Access MyCourses.
Off Campus College (OCC): OCC provides resources for students living off campus, including access to online housing search tools, a commuter lounge on campus, off campus safety information, a legal clinic and more. Learn more about OCC.
Off Campus College Transport (OOCT): This student-run transportation service offers safe, reliable and convenient transportation around Binghamton University and the community, including from student housing areas and downtown Binghamton to campus. Find up-to-date bus schedules and service announcements online.
Printing services: Students receive a quota each semester to print on campus using the Print@Binghamton system. View information and instructions.
University Bookstore: Buy or rent textbooks and more at the University Bookstore.
University Bulletin: Review specific information about academic programs and degree requirements in the University Bulletin.
University Counseling Center (UCC): UCC provides comprehensive clinical and referral services to Binghamton University studentsm supporting the psychological well-being of students so you can take full advantage of the educational opportunities available to you. Explore UCC services, log onto the health portal and make an appointment online.
University Libraries: The University Libraries have three locations: Glenn G. Bartle Library, Science Library and University Downtown Center Library. Learn more about library services, search the library catalog and access journals and databases through the University Libraries website.