Academic and Career Resources
Academic and broader support resources for students.
University Tutoring Services (Center for Learning and Teaching)
Binghamton University Tutoring Services (UTS) provides free tutoring for Binghamton University students on a walk-in or by appointment basis.
Peer and professional Success Coaches support student learning through personalized one-on-one coaching appointments, workshops and access to virtual resources. They are trained to identify potential barriers to academic success and collaboratively construct a tailored success plan for each student. Success plans are meant to be worked through in one semester and include topics such as: effective goal setting, time management, study strategies and test preparation, organization, pro ductivity management, etc.
In addition to these focus areas, the Success Coaching staff also works closely with campus partners to serve as a source of direct referrals to all student services. If they are not able to assist with a particular challenge, they connect students with the best qualified campus partner to address the situation.
Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development
The Fleishman Center provides resources and services designed around career exploration and career success. The CDC has a robust library of career and industry-related materials, along with electronic resources (including eRecruiting).
The Writing Center
The Writing Center provides free tutoring in college writing for all students. Tutors are available to help every student from every college and school—native speakers and ESL, undergrads and grad students—to become a better writer.
The Binghamton University Scholars Program
Each year, Binghamton University invites a small number of incoming freshmen to join the Binghamton University Scholars Program, a selective, all-University, four-year honors program for students of exceptional merit. If you have been invited to be a scholar, please explore this page for more information.