Harpur Academic Recovery Program (H.A.R.P.):
When experiencing academic difficulty it is important to take advantage of the resources available at Binghamton. There is a large network of professionals here whose careers are dedicated to assisting you throughout your college career. Please refer to the Harpur Advising list of additional resources, here. In addition to these resources you can also try to the following:
For specialized/additional tutoring:
Math majors provide tutoring for various math classes (often those not covered by UTS).
Location: Library North 2408A and 2408B
Find hours and locations here.
Graduate students in economics are paid to tutor undergraduate students in Principles
of Macroeconomics/Microeconomics, and Macro and Microeconomic Theory. A list of tutors
can be found on the department homepage.
Location: Science 2 Room 126
SSS provides free tutoring support for all of its program participants (low-income, first generation, or students with disabilities) in a number of different subjects. The schedule is available at https://www.binghamton.edu/student-support-services/tutoring.html.
Location: Tutorial wing UU 263, SSS office UU 256.
The Tutorial Center for EOP (Education Opportunity Program)
Free tutors for students in the EOP program. The tutorial center goals are to strengthen the skills needed to succeed in college and to assist in a wide variety of courses. Also offers virtual tutoring, opportunities for employment and certification in tutoring.
The Binghamton University Public Speaking Lab (PSL) supports student development and success in public speaking and oral presentation preparation and delivery. The PSL provides quality peer-to-peer consulting to ANY Binghamton University student seeking oral presentation assistance and critique. Peer consultants offer constructive oral presentation consulting to clients from planning to delivery in a risk-free, professional environment. Available to all Binghamton University students by appointment, Monday-Friday, during the posted hours.
Location: Chenango Champlain Collegiate Center (C4), Room 101B.
Questions or comments about lab appointments may be directed to email@example.com
General inquires about the Public Speaking Lab may be directed to the PSL Coordinator,
Tyler Lenga (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Student-Athlete Success Center (SASC) is a student-oriented resource center designed
with the overall success of the student-athlete in mind. The seven-member student
services staff is committed to integrating the student-athlete fully into the college
environment in order to maximize the education benefit of the entire collegiate experience. The
SASC houses two computer labs and a tutoring and programming area. More than 100 undergraduate
and graduate tutors are employed by the SASC.
Location: Student-Athlete Success Center: West Gym, Room 54
Tutoring & Programming area: West Gym, Room 57
For additional support services:
The BAC is located within the Psychology Department at Binghamton University and specializes in evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders, particularly social phobia and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Services offered at a reduced fee but not free unless involved in a specific research project.
Location: Clearview Hall - 91 (building located behind M lot)
At its most basic level, the Office of the Ombudsman is a safe place to voice your concerns, evaluate your situation, organize your thoughts and identify your options. The office operates with strict confidentiality and keeps no records identifying visitors. It can be a good first step if you don't know where else to turn or how to proceed. Serving as Binghamton University's designated neutral, the University Ombudsman's primary responsibility is to provide independent, confidential, informal and impartial assistance to the campus community. The University Ombudsman assists individuals and groups in the management of conflict and the resolution of problems. Collaborative dispute resolution is encouraged whenever possible and mediation services are available on request.
Location: Main campus office: LSG-528
University Downtown Center office: UDC-421
Hours: 2-5 p.m. Wednesdays
The DDEI is committed to promoting a campus environment that celebrates diversity and is free of bias and harassment. Concerns may be discussed personally with staff and formal discrimination complaints may be filed through a form on their website. They also offer cultural competency workshops that are open to students and staff. Offices included in the division include The Office of Equity and Inclusion (ensuring legal compliance, services are not confidential in nature), The Multicultural Resource Center (student oriented outreach and workshops), UDiversity Institute (professional development), LBGQT Center (for students, faculty, and staff), Engagement (alumni engagement, as well as faculty and staff).
Location: Library South Ground- LSG 548
The Office for Veterans Services is committed to recruiting, retaining, and supporting active duty service members, veterans, and dependents to maintain a diverse and highly qualified student body, faculty, and staff.
For all benefit and credit related questions, please see Zach DuBord in CIW Library 109.
For questions about student life, the veteran student organization, or other military-related questions please visit with Zach Salisbury, Student Veteran Advocate, in CIW Library 204.
Location: College-in-the-Woods Library, rooms 109 and 204.
Student Support Services, in partnership with Binghamton University, is a premier program which promotes academic success and personal growth for First-Generation, Low-Income, or Students with Disabilities. Through our innovative practices and programming, students are able to achieve their goals and enrich their college experiences. SSS students receive support services including academic, career, and personal counseling; tutoring; assistance in obtaining financial aid; and much more. We provide workshops and seminars on a variety of topics, a few of which include computer literacy, study skills, time management and career exploration. In addition, SSS students are given the opportunity (and are encouraged) to attend cultural enrichment events.
Location: Tutorial wing UU 263, SSS office UU 256.
The Transfer Student office (TSS) was created to assist and support transfer students making the transition to Binghamton after attending college elsewhere. The TSS is a place where transfer students can go for mentoring, advice and advocacy. All transfer students are encouraged to use this office as their first point of contact while attending Binghamton.
Location: College in the Woods library - IR 102
Staff at the Computer Help Desk are able to answer questions about campus computing and e-mail, as well as trouble-shoot difficulties with students' personal computers.
Location: Computer Center - main floor