Office of the President
2021 State of the University Address
Binghamton President Harvey Stenger delivers the 2021 State of the University address. The talk will cover the biggest happenings from the year as well as our plans moving forward.
Jan. 17, 2022
We’re excited to be welcoming you back to campus for the start of the spring semester. Even with the cresting wave of the Omicron variant, we are positive we can still have a productive in-person semester.
To have a successful move-in, it is important that you arrive at your scheduled move-in/testing time and only arrive at that time. If you show up outside of your scheduled time slot, you will not be able to move in.
Students are required to have a booster shot by Jan. 20. If you are not yet eligible to receive a booster by that date, you must receive your booster within 30 days of when you become eligible, based on when you received your second dose of a Pfizer or Moderna vaccination, or your single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccination. Eligibility is five months after completing the Pfizer or Moderna series and two months after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Binghamton University implemented a phased return of faculty and staff to campus for the fall semester as it welcomed students back to classrooms and residence halls.
Financial and budget report Documents
Road Map to Premier
Our strategic plan – the Road Map to Premier – keeps us moving forward to achieve our goal of becoming the premier public university of the 21st century.