Cost and Funding

Binghamton University — a premier public university — makes an excellent education economically possible.

National publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Kiplinger's Personal Finance and the Fiske Guide to Colleges consistently rank Binghamton among the elite institutions providing superior programs at costs significantly below comparable private institutions.

Combine those accolades with the cost of attendance and funding opportunities, and your return on investment will prove hard to beat.

Binghamton University's annual in-state tuition for an MA or MS program costs $11,310 — 58% less than the average graduate tuition at a private university.

Graduate students at Binghamton obtain financial support from a variety of sources, including assistantships, fellowships and scholarships. Many pursue external funding or research and travel funding. These opportunities provide graduate students with ways to lower their bills while gaining teaching, research and practice experience.