Binghamton Road Map
In 2013, Binghamton University published its Road Map to Premier strategic plan. We chose a combination of methods developed and used by other universities, government agencies, corporations and small community groups to build our Road Map with the assistance of more than 400 volunteers from the campus and community. Beginning with a broad goal in mind — making Binghamton University the premier public university of the 21st century — we established a timeline and a general process that would involve people from across campus and from the community. The plan was updated in 2017, through the Road Map Renewal, which again included input from all stakeholders.
Re-aiming the Road Map
In 2021, Binghamton University again began revisiting its Road Map to Premier strategic plan. Re-aiming the Road Map includes the addition of a sixth strategic priority — Internationalization — that acknowledges the critical importance of ensuring the University’s global perspectives. This new strategic priority will focus on supporting, promoting and enhancing strategic internationalization efforts through high-impact learning, teaching, research and engagement.
Each of the now six strategic priority steering committees has developing or refined its goals and metrics, and creating proposals for funding to advance those goals. Proposals have been evaluated and funded, and goals and metrics are in the process of being updated.
Binghamton by the book features data that shows how the University has grown over the past ten years. The data looks at areas such as enrollment, admissions, diversity on campus, graduation rates and degrees granted.