Campus Services Fair

Campus Services Fair goes virtual!

This year, we're going virtual again with our annual Campus Services Fair. Students, parents and families have the opportunity to learn more about individual programs and services, such as dining/meal plans, banking, refrigerator rentals, FitSpace gym membership, the University Bookstore and much more. Feel free to browse the links below and reach out to individuals as you see fit!

Offices, programs and services

  • Banking with Visions Federal Credit Union

    Meet Visions Federal Credit Union!

    Please note: business hours have changed to 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday.

    How to join online

  • BC Transit

    What is BC Transit?

    BC Transit is the public transportation provider in Broome County. It  provides service for much of the urban area and specialized paratransit services for persons with disabilities, seniors, and those residing in rural Broome County.

    What is the bus fare for Binghamton University students?

    Your Binghamton University ID card is your bus pass. Swipe your current ID through the farebox.

    Where are the bus stops on campus?

    • University Union
    • Mohawk Building
    • Across from School of Management
    • Near the Binghamton Universiyt Tennis Courts
    • Across from the Binghamton University Tennis Courts

    Where does BC Transit go?

    BC Transit serves these popular destinations from campus:

    • Downtown Binghamton (routes 5, 15, 57)
    • Downtown Endicott (route 47)
    • Downtown Johnson City (route 17)
    • Floral Ave area (routes 15, 17)
    • Greater Binghamton Transportation Center (routes 5, 15, 57)
    • Leroy St area (route 15)
    • Lourdes Hospital (route 57)
    • Oakdale Mall (route 17)
    • Riviera Ridge Apts (route 47)
    • SUNY Broome (route 9)
    • Target (route 47)
    • UHS Medical (route 17)
    • UHS Vestal (route 57)
    • University Downtown Center (route 15)
    • University Plaza (route 5)
    • Walmart (route 47, 57, 91)
    • Wegman’s (route 17, 48)

    When do BC Transit buses run?

    Please check each schedule for specific times. In general, our hours are:

    • Monday–Friday: 5:45 a.m.–9 p.m.
    • Saturday: 7 a.m.–6 p.m.
    • Sunday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

    How do I read the bus schedule?

    1. On the system map, find routes serving your origin and destination.
    2. Each bus route has a schedule with a detailed map. Trace your route. If the letters progress alphabetically, you are traveling outbound. If they go the other way, you are traveling inbound.
    3. On the timetable, select weekday, Saturday or Sunday service, and the direction (inbound/outbound) you want to go. Circle the time you want to arrive at your destination, and follow the schedule back to your beginning point.

    BC Transit bus schedule

    Start with your destination arrival time and follow the schedule back to your current location. If you want to arrive at the BC Junction by 9 a.m., the bus leaves the University Union at 8:30 a.m.

    How do I get out of town?

    At the Greater Binghamton Transportation Center, you will find:


    • Take BC Transit routes 5, 15, or 57 to the BC Junction.
    • Ask for special rates for Binghamton University students.
    • Arrive at the station 30 minutes before departure.

    What other transportation resources are there for Binghamton University students?

    See more transportation resources at Binghamton University Transportation and Parking Services.

    Do you have an app?

    • Plan your route with Google Maps. If you are at Binghamton University, type "BU Union, Vestal, NY." Select the transit icon, and under options, "best route."
    • Track your bus from your smart phone. Download the DoubleMap app and select "Broome County Transit."

    Contact us

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  • Binghamton University Interfaith Council (BUIC)

    Our mission

    The Binghamton University Interfaith Council (BUIC) is composed of various religious institutions and organizations from around the greater Binghamton area that have committed themselves to serving the religious and spiritual needs of the University community. BUIC includes campus ministers/faith leaders as well as established Student Association (SA) chartered faith-based clubs. The members of BUIC pledge to respect the diversity of religious experience while maintaining the integrity of their own beliefs.

    Our main purposes are to:

    • serve as spiritual counselors for students and provide services and resources to faculty and staff
    • provide a venue for discussion across lines of faith and belief practices
    • foster a greater appreciation of the many faith groups represented at Binghamton University and in the world
    • facilitate interfaith dialogue
    • help students connect to faith communities if they desire

    Contact us

  • Bookstore

    Getting your course materials is easy

    • THE RIGHT COURSE MATERIALS: We worked directly with your professors to ensure the right course materials are available for all of your classes.
    • LARGEST SELECTION: Your required course materials are available through the Binghamton Bookstore.
    • SAVINGS: Save up to 90% when buying or renting course materials from us.
    • PRICE MATCH: Rent or buy, we price match Amazon, and local competitors. See our website for complete details.
    • CONVENIENCE: The Binghamton Bookstore is right on campus. And Free and Fast in-store pickup is an available option with every online order.
    • HASSLE-FREE RETURNS: Get a full refund if you need to return your book thru the first full week of classes with receipt for any reason. Dropped a class? You can return your books with receipt and schedule change thru the first 30 days of classes.
    • GET CASH BACK: Your books may be eligible to sell back to us for cash.

    Buying or renting course materials can be done right from home!

    1. Visit to start ordering online.
    2. Add your courses into our course materials tool. Your required course materials have been preloaded!
    3. Choose to rent or buy your new, used or digital course materials.
    4. Select your preferred shipping option and proceed to checkout. This semester, we recommend shipping them home to help with social distancing and avoiding the lines at move-in. We'll email you when your order has shipped or is ready for in-store pickup.

    All the essentials you need to succeed

    • Technology and electronics: Chargers, headphones, surge protectors, computer and phone accessories, and much more.
    • School supplies: Calculators, pens, pencils, batteries, binders, folders, notebooks and much more.
    • Visit us in store for: Health and beauty products, snacks and drinks, a wide selection of general reading books and study aids, clothing, drinkware, laptop accessories, and much more.
    • Get into the school spirit: Show your Bearcat Pride with Binghamton clothing, drinkware, Under Armour, Nike, laptop decals, and much more!

    Contact us

    • Hours*: During the semester, Monday–Thursday: 9 a.m.–6 p.m., Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Saturday: Noon–4 p.m.
    • Phone: 607-777-2745
    • Email:
    • Address: 4400 Vestal Pkwy E Binghamton NY 13902,
      University Union right in the Market Place

    *Hours subject to change for move-in, events and breaks.

    We're open 24/7 online:

  • Campus Recreation

    About us

    Campus Recreation provides a variety of recreational programs, services and facilities to encourage positive lifestyle choices and promote lifelong learning through physical wellness. The department offers programming in the following areas: Aquatics, Club Sports, Fitness and Wellness, Intramurals and Outdoor Pursuits. 

    The Recreation Center at the East Gym features nearly 10,000 square feet of fitness equipment in FitSpace, a swimming pool, a gymnasium, a cycling studio, Wellness Suite, an outdoor activity rental center and more. 

    A fitness membership gives you access to FitSpace and group fitness classes. Memberships will be available for purchase online.

    Get involved

    Contact us

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  • The CARE Team

    About us

    The CARE Team (Consultation, Advocacy, Referral and Education) works to educate and inform members of the Binghamton University community through caring, advocacy and supportive endeavors. Our goal is to empower students and attend to their needs holistically through education and personal development.

    When a student is referred to a case manager, it is usually because the student is having a difficult time physically or emotionally, has experienced a personal loss, or is facing an unexpected challenge or crisis. Case managers help students cope with complex situations. During a student’s first meeting with a case manager, factors contributing to their struggles are identified and discussed. The case manager works with the student to identify potential solutions by discussing both on and off-campus resources. Usually a plan of action is developed, which provides the student with a strategy for success.

    What the CARE Team can help you do:

    • Set and achieve goals
    • Develop a success plan
    • Improve your personal and organizational skills
    • Navigate campus policies and procedures
    • Understand the different types of assistance available
    • Connect with on- and off-campus resources
    • Maintain good mental and physical health
    • Overcome personal challenges and crises
    • Complete a withdrawal process or return from a withdrawal
    • Find financial help in case of crisis
    • Help connect students to the food pantry

    Contact us

  • Center for Civic Engagement

    About us

    The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) cultivates partnerships that strengthen communities and develop active and engaged citizens. We provide opportunities for students to volunteer in the community, enroll in credit-bearing community-engaged learning courses with faculty, and be active participants in our democracy through a nationally-recognized nonpartisan student voting program. 

    Get involved

    Contact us

    Want to learn more?

    • Office hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
    • Email:
    • Phone: 607-777-4287
  • Dining Services

    About us

    Binghamton University Dining Services (BUDS) is looking forward to serving your student. It is our mission to provide nutritious and diverse dining options in well-maintained, sanitary environments designed to meet the evolving needs of our students. 

    Virtual meal plan tour

    Our virtual meal plan tour and video is an overview of the services we provide. You will learn about available food options, Resident and Retail Dining, how our unique meal plan works, staying connected, sending your student care packages from home and more! 

    Nutrition and dietitian services

    BUDS works to provide a variety of menu options for students, faculty and staff who have food allergies, food intolerances, and/or other special dietary needs. Our Registered Dietitians are available to meet and discuss dining options, accommodations, and resources available on campus. 


    Visit the Binghamton University Dining Services website for more information.

    Contact us

  • Education abroad

    About us

    The Office of International Education and Global Initiatives (IEGI) connects students to meaningful credit-bearing international experiences during their time at Binghamton University. Students have access to more than 50 Binghamton programs and over 1,000 SUNY programs! You can take courses, complete an internship, participate in a service-learning project, or even conduct research almost anywhere in the world. Learn more about why you should consider studying abroad and the resources available to you. 

    Selecting YOUR education abroad program

    IEGI can provide you with the resources and knowledge so that you can select a program that fits your personal, academic, and professional goals. Common topics we discuss with students include:

    • Diverse program locations 
    • Timing and length of program
    • Earning major or minor credit abroad 
    • Program costs, using financial aid, and applying for scholarships
    • Preparing for an international experience and considerations for identities abroad

    Contact us

    Questions? Let’s connect this summer! For virtual advising with a member of the education abroad advising team, please call the IEGI or visit the IEGI Zoom Meeting Room (1–3:30 p.m., Monday–Friday). Should you be unavailable during advising times, email us your questions!  

    Follow us on social media to learn more about opportunities for students!

  • The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development

    About us

    The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development connects students to alumni, employers and opportunities. Engage with the Fleishman Center early and often to make the biggest impact on your future and help to bridge the connection between your academic interests and career success. We can provide you with the resources, skills and knowledge to develop the skills needed to succeed in your future as a professional.

    Here are two things you should do before the start of the semester to engage early in your career exploration!

    1. Join a career cluster! You can join as many career clusters and affinity groups as you'd like!
    2. Check out our Career Exploration Guide to learn how to identify your interests as they relate to careers, making connections and developing your individual career plan.

    Contact us

    We encourage students to make an appointment and talk about your career interests. For other ways to connect with us, check out the options below!

    • Email:
    • Phone: 607-777-2400
      Please leave a voicemail and we will return your call as soon as possible. 

    Connect with us on social media to learn more about upcoming programs, opportunities and career advice:

  • LGBTQ Center

    LGBTQ life on campus

    The Q Center is a home away from hom efor Binghamton University's LGBTQ communities. You're just one click away from learning all about us and LGBTQ life on campus!

    Visiting campus this summer?

    Visiting campus this summer? Drop by the Q Center. We’re located on the ground floor of Bartle Library, LSG 549. Our summer hours are 11 a.m.–4 p.m.

    We can be a bit tricky to find depending on what part of campus you are coming from. Feel free to give us a call at 607-777-6028 and we’ll help you find your way.

    Pegasus First Year Experience (FYE) Program

    Open to all LGBTQ first year students as well as allies, Pegasus FYE is designed to support students' transition to college while taking into account needs that are specific to LGBTQ students. Pegasus has three components: Rainbow Welcome, UNIV 101 course ABCs of LGBTQ: Identities, Histories, Cultures, and Pegasus Programming Board  

    Complete this interest form and we'll send you more information.


    We are aware of the many of the needs of transgender and non-binary college students and the concerns of their families. We proudly offer many services on campus and support students in accessing off campus services as well. To learn more, please visit our Trans at Binghamton website.

    For more cool activities, don’t forget to visit our twin center, the Multicultural Resource Center, on this web page! 

  • Libraries

    About us

    Binghamton University Libraries are the center of the University's intellectual community, providing a welcoming environment for the creation and management of knowledge through innovative thinking, open inquiry, and collaborative partnerships. Learn more about our spaces, people and collections.

    Course reserves

    • Borrow textbooks at the library — for free! Many instructors make books and other course materials available on reserve.
    • Physical reserves are available at the Newcomb Reading Room in Bartle Library and at the University Downtown Center (UDC) Library for CCPA courses. Electronic reserves are available on myCourses and at
    • Reserves have short loan periods so that lots of people can use them. Most can be borrowed for two hours.
    • How do I know if my textbook is on reserve? Check at

    Interlibrary Loan (ILL) and Document Delivery Services

    • You can borrow materials from other libraries including books*, articles, and media for your coursework and research.

      *No textbooks, sorry! Try course reserves instead.
    • You can get physical materials from other library branches at Binghamton University delivered to your preferred pick-up location. We’ll also scan material* from our collection to deliver to you as a PDF.

      *Limit: 1 chapter per book; 1 article per journal issue.
    • Is it free? Yes, almost always. If the cost to the Libraries is more than $30, we'll contact you.
    • To start using ILL and Document Delivery, sign up on the Libraries' website with your Binghamton University Computer Account (PODS) username and password.

    Research help

    Need to print?

    You can use the campus-wide printing system to print at the Bartle, Science, and UDC Libraries.

    For directions and to learn more about printing on campus, see:

    Looking for a job?

    Apply for jobs on hireBING. Please note that most positions require federal work study.

    Contact us

    Research Help is currently available form librarians via chat/text or email via Ask a Librarian.

    Consultations can be scheduled with your subject librarian.

    Connect with us on social media: 

  • Multicultural Resource Center (MRC)

    About us

    The Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) is a home away from home that offers resources, initiatives and events designed to increase acceptance, awareness and understanding of identity and cultural diversity, their significance in the advancement of all fields of endeavor and in navigating our world. The MRC creates and provides programs, opportunities and experiences that help Bearcats explore and value their own identities and those of others.

    Click here for a virtual tour of the MRC!

    Book an appointment

    If you have a private question or want to meet with staff outside of our scheduled open hours, you can also book an appointment using the following:

    General questions

    For general questions, you can email us at

    Join the Welcome to The Culture Facebook Group

    All new multicultural students and students of color are invited to join the Welcome to The Culture 2021 private Facebook Group created by our Student Association and Graduate Student Organization Vice Presidents of Multicultural Affairs to connect fellow new and returning students in the cultural community. 

    Join our New Student of Color Mentoring Program!

    The “New Student of Color Mentoring Program” is designed to help new students of color ingratiate themselves to the campus and develop bonds with other students, faculty and staff of color.  If you are interested, please fill out our interest form.

    Pathways to Inclusive Leadership Program — coming fall 2021!

    As a collaborative effort between the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and the Division of Student Affairs, the Pathways program allows students to build comprehensive leadership skills through participation in various specialized workshops, trainings, and activities in four categorical areas:

    • Foundations of Leadership
    • Leadership in a Diverse World
    • Leadership in Your Career
    • Leadership in Civic Engagement

    Interested students can apply starting August 16, 2021 via UConnect. For more information visit us online or email

    Connect with the MRC on Instagram and Facebook

    MRC will host events as well as share cultural news throughout the Fall via our listserv and social media channels. Connect with the MRC on:

    MRC will start the Fall semester off with our annual New Student of Color Networking Event, as well as several events for Welcome Week  in collaboration with numerous campus departments and student organizations, so make sure you follow us for more information on specific events!

    Lastly, for more cool information for those that identify as LGBTQ+, are allies or want to learn more about becoming an ally, don’t forget to visit our twin center, the Q Center, on this web page!

  • Off Campus College Transit (OCCT)

    About us

    Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) is the student-run transit service. OCCT provides reliable and convenient transportation around the University community for students, faculty and staff at no cost with the scan of a University ID. OCCT is run by the students, for the students. 

    OCCT is a safe and reliable option to get to locations both on and off campus. ALL student drivers go through a rigorous training program and hold a NYS CDL B license. 


    For a full list of destinations, visit the OCCT website. Some popular routes and destinations include: 

    • Riviera Ridge-Town Square Mall: (Walmart, Target, AMC Theater)
    • Oakdale Mall: (Oakdale Mall, Wegmans)
    • University Plaza: (University Plaza Apartments, Chipotle, Tully’s)

    OCCT also has daily shuttles to the University Downtown Center (UDC), the Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC), as well as a Campus Shuttle that runs in continuous loops to the different communities on campus. 

    OCCT buses and shuttles are equipped with real-time bus tracking devices that allow riders to see when and where they will be at any location. Download the ETA SPOT app to view. 


    Schedules are updated at the beginning of each semester and can be found on the OCCT website. Schedules can be downloaded as individual PDF’s so they can be accessed on your phone. 

    Employment opportunities

    The OCCT website is also where you can find employment information if you’re interested in making friends, learning how to drive a bus and getting your commercial license!

  • Parent and Family Programs

    About us

    Welcome to our Bearcat family! We believe establishing a relationship with parents and family members ensures a successful Binghamton University experience for students. We are here to offer support and guidance so we can work together to encourage your student to advocate for themselves — on campus and in life. Our hope is that you will choose to stay involved, interact with other parents and contribute to the educational experience of your student.

    Get connected

    Get informed

    Check here for everything you need to know about being a parent/family member at Binghamton University!

    Get involved

  • Recycling and Resources Management

    Making campus sustainable

    Sustainability is one of Binghamton University’s top priorities. We’re working to help restore the global ecosystem, foster healthy living and reduce our impact on the environment. Recycling and Resource Management works towards these goals through education, hands on learning for student interns and holding campus and local community-wide events.

    What to expect on campus

    When living on campus all students will have access to a recycling container in their residence hall for glass/metal/plastic, and a recycling container for paper material.

    Students living in apartment communities such as Susquehanna and Hillside will have a larger container for glass/metal/plastic in their common area and larger recycling carts outside of the building for glass/metal/plastic, paper, and cardboard.

    Recyclable materials

    • Glass
    • Metal
    • Plastic
    • Paper
    • Cardboard
    • Compost
    • Ink/toner
    • Batteries
    • Scrap metal
    • Pallets
    • Electronics

    Campus-wide events

    Every year, Binghamton University participates in nationwide events:

    • Earth Day: A festival is held on campus during Earth Week, where student, academic, community and vendor groups showcase their sustainability projects and sustainable products.
    • RecycleMania: An 8-week friendly competition and benchmarking tool for colleges and universities across the United States and Canada.
    • America Recycles Day: Info tables are set up on campus to educate students about the benefits of recycling and what they can do on campus to help reach the University's sustainability goals.

    Contact us

  • Refrigerator and microwave rentals (MicroFridge)

    Move-in Day just got much easier

    Campus Specialties Inc. provides MicroFridge rentals for all residence halls. 

    About MicroFridge

    Specially designed for residence hall rooms, our units offer plenty of space for both roommates. Share the cost and avoid the expense and hassle of purchasing, transporting and storing a unit of your own. And no worries, if both roommates reserve one we will automatically refund one order.


    • 2.13 cu. ft. fridge
    • Two full-width wire shelves
    • Two door racks with 2-liter bottle storage
    • Temperature control


    • .74 cu. ft. freezer
    • Separate zero-degree frost-free freezer provides long-term frozen food storage
    • Full-width door shelf


    • 700 watts provide superior cooking
    • Electronic touch pad controls with LED display and clock
    • Three cooking levels — high, medium, and defrost
    • Turntable system provides even cooking

    Contact us

  • Residential Life

    About Us

    We foster a culture of diversity and inclusion within on-campus living. Our students, faculty and staff represent a great variety of backgrounds and ideas. Our community members contribute to the creation of an open, supportive campus environment with high levels of intellectual and creative energy. Building on our strengths, Binghamton aspires to become more than a multicultural institution; it strives to become a genuinely inclusive community, one where those with differing backgrounds and allegiances feel valued and can learn from one another, and one where civility, respect and reasoned debate prevail. 

    Binghamton University’s residential communities give students at a large university a sense of community usually associated with a small college experience. In Residential Life, professional staff challenge students to develop curiosity, passion and transferable skills in areas such as research, cross-cultural competencies, leadership, politics and community service.

    Contact us

  • Student Healthcare Solutions


    Binghamton University requires all undergraduate students to carry personal health insurance. If your son or daughter is insured and has comparable coverage under another plan, they do not need to purchase the school-sponsored plan, but they still must complete and submit an Insurance Waiver Form online. Students enrolled in 11 or more credits must provide proof of comparable coverage.

    Students must log in to, click on the BU Brain and click on Student Accounts to complete the Waiver process. Please be aware, a charge will be assessed to the student account if the Binghamton University sponsored plan is not waived.

    Questions? Contact Student Accounts at 607-777-2702.

    Helpful information and resources

    Contact us

    For benefit and coverage questions please contact Student Healthcare Solutions. We are the administrators for the Student Health Insurance plan.

  • Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS)

    About us

    Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) offers a wide variety of services to be able to get around the campus and community. Below you will find an overview of TAPS programs with links to more information.

    Buses and shuttles

    Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) is a student-run bus and shuttle provider that offers transportation around campus and the community for students, faculty and staff at no charge with a University ID.

    Broome County (BC) Transit is the local public bus provider that also allows unlimited rides to students, faculty and staff at no charge with a University ID.

    Bike share

    Binghamton University has partnered with Gotcha Bike, a bike share and technology company, to bring 30 GPS-enabled bikes to four locations on main campus. Download the free Gotcha app at to join and reserve. Bikes may be reserved at no charge for two hours a day and for $5 an hour after the two-hour time period.

    511NY Rideshare

    Binghamton University has partnered with 511NY Rideshare, a free carpooling platform. Connect with those in the Binghamton University community by signing up and setting up a free profile. 


    Resident first-year students: First-year students living in University residence halls are not permitted to register or park a vehicle on campus.

    Transfers and commuting first-year students: Permits for the upcoming semester are available for purchase online in early August. More information on permit and parking rules and regulations can be found on the TAPS website.

    Contact us

    Still have questions about our services?

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  • Tutorial Services

    Who we are

    At University Tutorial Services (UTS), peer tutors provide FREE small group tutoring to undergraduate students at Binghamton University. We offer tutoring for a variety of introductory courses in subjects ranging from Chemistry to French.

    Where we are

    Our administrative offices are located in the College-in-the-Woods (CIW) Library next to the dining hall. Staff will be happy to help you get signed up for your next tutoring appointment.

    Sign up for tutoring

    Signing up is easy! Visit our website for step-by-step directions on how to make an appointment.

    Interested in becoming a tutor?

    Applications are accepted through hireBING and the UTS website under our Employment Applications section.

    Applicants must have completed one full semester at Binghamton University and have a 3.0 overall GPA. They must have taken the course they wish to tutor at Binghamton University and received an A- or higher.

    Contact us

  • The Union

    About us

    The Union is centrally located on campus and serves as the hub for student activities. With MarketPlace dining, the University bookstore, Visions Federal Credit Union, Late Nite events, student groups, bowling, billiards, table tennis, mail, lounges, study and office spaces — there's always something happening in The Union!

    Contact us

    • Office location: UUW-205
    • Phone: 607-777-3300
    • E-mail:
    • Building hours:

      7 a.m.–10 p.m., Sunday–Thursday
      7 a.m.–midnight, Friday and Saturday

    • Summer hours:
      7 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday
      Closed Saturday and Sunday
  • Violence, Abuse, and Rape Crisis Center (VARCC)

    About us

    The Violence, Abuse and Rape Crisis Center (VARCC) is housed in a centrally located but calm, private space on the third floor of Old Johnson Hall where it provides a single place for students — or anyone ­— to report an incident of sexual violence and get support.

    To learn more about our services and other resources available on campus, visit our website.

    Contact us

  • Watson Career and Alumni Connections (WCAC)

    Services offered

    • Engineering and computer science-specific resumé and cover
      letter reviews
    • Job and internship search assistance
    • Mock interview sessions and interview preparation
    • Networking opportunities and tips
    • Industry visits and employer recruitment events
    • Alumni connections
    • And much more!

    We offer both in-person and online appointments with our professional and student staff.

    We're committed to student success

    2020 graduate outcomes:

    • Average starting salary: $72,831
    • Placement rate within six months of graduation: 90%

    Events and opportunities

    Schedule an appointment

    hireBING by Handshake:

    1. Go to the “Career Center” tab
    2. Click on “Appointments”
    3. Click on “Schedule a New Appointment”
    4. Select a date and time
    5. Select an appointment type (When selecting, make sure it says “Watson Students”)

    Don’t have time to schedule an appointment?

    Contact us

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