By the Numbers
An International Reputation
With more than 2,500 international students from 100+ different countries, Binghamton University is rich with different cultures and perspectives. Binghamton has won eight U.S. national awards for internationalizing the campus and its coursework.
We connect new and current international students to help them make a comfortable transition to the University, and also provide continuous immigration guidance and support services.
Ranked a Best Value
Binghamton University boasts an internationally renowned education that makes real economic sense. We are a great value — whether you're talking about cost of tuition, return on investment, graduating with low debt or the success of our alumni.
- Reasonable Tuition
- Affordable Living
The low cost of living in the Greater Binghamton area allows students to enjoy reasonably priced housing in a safe community with free bus transportation to campus.
Binghamton Gets You Places
More than 1,800 employers actively recruit Binghamton students every year. Our graduates pursue rewarding careers with a wide range of organizations including Microsoft, Google, IBM, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Ernst & Young, PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Coca-Cola, Tata and Baidu.
Higher Starting Salaries
- Binghamton University*: $57,871
- National Average†: $50,516
* As reported by the class of 2017 Senior Survey, Binghamton University
† As reported by the class of 2017 National Association of Colleges and Employers first-destination survey
Their Stories Started with Binghamton
Our graduates are successful, distinguished leaders and professionals to network with, and our current students benefit from our alumni who open doors to careers and opportunities well beyond our campus.