Computer Equipment for University Departments
Departments interested in buying equipment should contact the ITS Help Desk and request a price quote before ordering computer equipment. Generally, state negotiated pricing for computers and printers is more attractive than other consumer sites, like Best Buy, CDW, etc.
Electronic Waste Recycling
Information Technology Services (ITS) has implemented a no-fee, campus wide electronic waste (e-Waste) recycling program that is available to all Binghamton University Faculty and Staff during core business hours. ITS recycles desktops, laptops, monitors, servers, cables, keyboards, printers (without toner/ink cartridges), copiers, audio speakers, communications equipment (basically any electronic device). Any questions, contact Joe Roth, Operations. ( More... )
Student Computing Solutions
Vendors have special computer purchase programs available to Binghamton University students. Binghamton University does not endorse any of these vendors or their offers other than to provide the options to our students. Any new Windows or Macintosh system should work properly on the Binghamton campus.
- Dell's Latest Promotions - Dell surveyed students to find out what they needed most as they head back to school
and the answer was overwhelmingly, "Save me money!". Starting May 2nd, students and
their families can save $150 RIGHT NOW on Dell's top PCs $699 and above.
This deal can only be accessed by visiting: www.Dell.com/dellu/Binghamton and cannot be found anywhere else at Dell. You can choose from over 50 different Dell laptops, desktops and Alienware systems.