Revocable Permits

Revocable Permits

Binghamton University facilities and resources are available for use by off-campus and external clients.  External groups and organizations must work directly with the Office of Conference and Event Services to determine availability, applicable fee schedule and authorization for use through a Revocable Permit process.

Revocable Permits are required for short-term (one year or less) or occasional use of Binghamton University‚Äôs facilities by off-campus and external organizations using NYS facilities. A Revocable Permit is an agreement that provides the terms and conditions for use of campus facilities by an external group or organization. An applying organization must agree to follow campus policies related to agreements as well as SUNY established policies for use of state facilities by non-commercial organizations and provide proof of required liability insurance.  Information and forms will be provided by the Office of Conference and Event Services when reserving space for the event.

Insurance Requirements for Revocable Permits:

All external groups must secure appropriate liability insurance coverage naming Binghamton University as the additional insured. The insurance is required to meet the following minimums:

  • General Liability insurance in the amount of one million ($1,000,000) dollars Each Occurrence,
  • Two million ($2,000,000) dollars General Aggregate
  • Insurance must remain in effect throughout the term of the permit
  • Binghamton University, State University of New York, 4400 Vestal Parkway East, Binghamton, NY 13902 must be named as the Certificate Holder (additional insured)

The University will not finalize the approval process until a Certificate of Insurance has been received meeting these requirements.

Additional information can be obtained by contacting the Purchasing Office at (607) 777-2184.