An Outstanding Liberal Arts Education in a Leading-Edge Research-University Environment.
Harpur College's three divisions (Division of Fine Arts and Humanities, Division of Science and Mathematics and the Division of Social Sciences), 26 departments and 14 degree programs offer a multitude of opportunities for students. Harpur College students gain an understanding of themselves in relation to our global society and the natural and physical world, and they are challenged to exercise the essential techniques of logical thinking, efficient communication and scientific reasoning and analysis. It prepares them for success in the professions as well as careers in business, finance, government, education and social services. They also gain an appreciation of different cultures and viewpoints and become effective decision makers. We are grateful for your decision to support Harpur College of Arts and Sciences. Any amount makes a difference.
We have also outlined a range of funding priorities designed to meet the long-term needs of Harpur College as well as the more timely, opportunistic goals that arise on a day-to- day basis.
Dean's Funding Priorities
Harpur College Advocacy Council Faculty Development Endowment
Harpur College Advocacy Council Faculty Development Endowment provides resources to support faculty research and professional development. Your support ensures that our faculty have the resources to compete on the leading edge of their disciplines, bring their latest discoveries into the classroom, and provide practical research and experiential opportunities for Harpur students.
Binghamton Fund for Harpur College of Arts and Sciences
Binghamton Fund for Harpur College of Arts and Sciences provides immediate assistance and flexible funding to help students and faculty achieve their goals and enhance academic programs within the College.
Other Funding Opportunities
Harpur Law Council Public Interest Law Internship
The Harpur Law Council sponsors the Public Interest Law Internship Program, a unique undergraduate internship program that gives Binghamton University juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience first-hand the practice of law in the public sector and make informed decisions about their choice to pursue a career in law. Selected students receive stipends ranging from $3,000 to $4,000 plus one credit.
Please go to the Binghamton Foundation secure webpage by clicking the button below to make your online credit card gift today. To make a donation over the phone or questions about the program, please call Leah Joggerst at 607-777-4098.
Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities was established in 2009 to support research, teaching, and programming in the humanities and topics relevant to the humanities, inspire the cross-pollination of ideas and spark meaningful campus-community engagement at Binghamton University.
Harpur Fellows Program
Harpur Fellows Program provides select students the opportunity to pursue a self-designed project that will service a community and contribute to the student's intellectual and personal growth. Fellows receive up to $4,000 to help defray expenses associated with their projects.
Harpur Edge gives students a jump-start on their future by providing connections to resources on and off campus, sponsoring enrichment programming and supporting student-driven initiatives.
Other Harpur Department, Program or Fund
Other Harpur Department, Program or Fund Contributions to department and program funds give students and faculty access to resources and equipment to promote academic exploration in a wide variety of scholarly and experiential opportunities.
For more information, please contact John Koch at 607-777-6844 or select the link below for the secure, on-line giving form. Select "other" from the list of Fund Options and type the account or a description of the area you wish to support in the Special Instruction/Comments field. Thank you!SUPPORT NOW
Interested in Establishing a Named Fund For Research?
You can help our students and faculty create, discover and transmit knowledge by establishing a named fund for research. For more information, contact John Koch at 607-777- 6844.