Health Prevention and Promotion Services


Health Promotion and Prevention Services (HPPS) staff cultivate an inclusive, health-focused campus environment by delivering a suite of evidence-informed programs and services intended to enhance the well-being of Binghamton University students, faculty, and staff. We recognize that unique identities and lived experiences directly impact each individual's mental and physical well-being, and are committed to welcoming all individuals to our office with kindness, respect, and acceptance. We strive to collaborate with campus partners in cultivating a healthy campus culture and providing a transformative learning environment 


April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The SAAM 2022 campaign encourages audiences to "practice digital consent, intervene when we see harmful content and behaviors, and promote online communities that value safety and respect" with a call to action: "Building Safe Online Spaces Together."

Become a 20:1 Intern or a REACH Peer Educator! Applications for Fall 2022 being accepted.

Students can order safer-sex supplies, online, free of charge, to be delivered to their campus mailbox through Health Education.