Campus Events Information
For all of the latest events and activities on campus, check B-line. B-line is e-mailed to your student e-mail account on a daily basis and includes items of interest and importance to students. Be sure to check your email regularly! Items are posted only once on B-line, but all previous, current announcements remain available on the B-line website until the event is over.
Student Association Events
The Student Association charters and funds 150+ student organizations at Binghamton University. Be sure to check out all of the different clubs and organizations at the SA Showcase Fair held at the beginning of the fall semester. In addition, the Student Association, through the Student Association Programming Board, plans large events for the entire campus, including concerts, festivals and comedians.
Late Nite Binghamton
Sponsored through the Office of Campus Life, Late Nite Binghamton provides students with a variety of activities on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Late Nite often works with Student Association-sponsored student groups to provide entertaining and fun activities that are applicable to all students. For more information and for the latest schedule check out the Late Nite Binghamton website.
Homecoming marks the time to celebrate what it means to be a Bearcat with your current Binghamton University friends and alumni. Homecoming normally occurs in October and is co-sponsored by the Student Association, Office of Campus Life and Alumni Relations Office. For current information about Homecoming, visit the Homecoming website.
Sponsored by the Dean of Students Office, Family Weekend is a great time to share your Binghamton experience with your family. This weekend is generally scheduled for October with events occurring throughout the weekend. For current information, visit the Parent and Families webpage.
Sponsored by Campus Activities and the Student Association, Spring Fling is a great time to celebrate being a student at Binghamton. This festival is held on a weekend during April or May, generally just before the close of the spring semester. It is an outdoor festival with plenty of live music and student involvement.
Residential Community Events
Check out each of the residential community websites for all of the latest events occurring in your area.