Campus Resources

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This is an easy website to refer students to who are seeking various kinds of support.

Binghamton Support Network

The Binghamton Support Network is designed to help you discover resources on and off campus compiled to support student health, success and well-being. Find resources for your concern using the search bar or check the alphabetical list of concerns. This resource is available to students, faculty, staff and families. This resource can be accessed online at the Binghamton Support Network.  

Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DDEI)

If a student discloses a bias related concern, encourage the student to complete the bias incident.

Contact the Binghamton University Affirmative Action Officer (AAO) at 607-777-4775.

Tell a department chair, manager or supervisor. These University officials are responsible for providing a work environment that is free of harassment and discrimination and to assist those who report misconduct to them.

Healthy Campus Initiative

Healthy Campus Initiative staff cultivate an inclusive, health-focused campus environment by delivering a suite of evidence-informed programs and services intended to enhance the well-being of Binghamton University students, faculty and staff. B-Healthy provides education, prevention and outreach programs and services to the community in an effort to address the most pressing public health issues on college campuses today. Outreach programming includes: Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs, health education, mental health promotion, online ordering of safer sex and menstrual are products, Pet Away Worry & Stress (PAWS) and Recovery Community.

Office of Student Conduct 

If you or a student want to report a potential violation of the Student Code of Conduct contact the Office of Student Conduct at

The Office of Student Conduct also offers the Student Conflict and Dispute Management Program. This service can assist with a variety of conflicts students may be experiencing, including interpersonal conflicts/disagreement within student organizations, teams, clubs, roommate disputes, etc. Our program provides a developmental approach to resolving conflicts, offers a supportive space for open dialogue and active listening, and helps students build the skills of resilience, critical thinking and empathy. 

Residential Life 

Binghamton Residential Life offers private case management services right in our communities. Interns from the University's Master of Social Work (MSW) program are here to help residents with life on campus and supporting their transition to young adulthood by providing assistance with social, behavioral, emotional and academic concerns.

Residential Life MSW InternsAfter-hours residential staff are also available.

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD)


  1. A student can register with SSD by going to their website.
  2. The student will need to complete the “Link to Request to Register” and upload the appropriate documentation to this form.
  3. The student will receive an email from an SSD staff member to schedule a meeting with an SSD staff person to review documentation, history of accommodations and the functional impact of the disability. SSD will determine and authorize equal access accommodations.

Title IX Office 

For non-confidential employees (staff, instructors, faculty): If a student discloses experiencing sexual violence, including sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, sexual assault and/or stalking, you are required to report such information to the Title IX Office. Following your report to them, the student will likely be contacted by email in order to provide them with on- and off-campus resources and the option to speak with someone about their rights and available options. 

Reporting Obligations


The VARCC is a resource on campus for those who have been impacted directly and indirectly  by interpersonal violence, dating violence/domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault. The VARCC is a co-location of a number of resources in order to make sure students are connected with the resources they want and need. Students can use the online appointment system.

Students of Concern Committee

The Students of Concern (SOC) Committee's goal is to foster early identification of concerns about students. Early review of problematic situations can reduce the impact to students and/or their classroom, social or living environment.

If you are a student, friend, family member, faculty or staff member who is concerned for a student, you can submit a CARE Team referral.

CARE Team Referral: See resources section for CARE Team referral form.

If you feel the student is an imminent risk to themself or others you should first contact University Police (777-2222) or 911 and then submit a CARE Team referral for follow up support. 

If you are unsure about bringing a person to the attention of the SOC Committee, you should still continue to the referral form. Based on the information provided and the level of intervention determined, the CARE Team will determine how best to support the student.

Be aware you may be contacted by a committee member to help in gathering information about students; this is done to help identify ways to best support the student and overall university. 

The SOC Committee can:

  • help coordinate the University response to students who demonstrate violence, threats to self or others, or are significantly disruptive
  • develop action plans intended to support student and community safety, prevent violence, support student development and maintain a campus environment conducive to learning
  • consult with faculty, staff and students involved in or affected by a student's behavior, and other individuals as appropriate

The Student of Concern Committee meets weekly during fall and spring semesters and as needed based on concerns brought to the committee.

Information may be shared with referral source(s) and/or other campus professionals on a need-to-know basis.

Threat Assessment Team

Threat Assessment Team mission: 

Binghamton University is committed to maintaining an environment where people feel safe. The cornerstones of the Binghamton University Threat Assessment Team’s violence prevention and mitigation efforts are education, communication, collaboration, coordination of resources and early intervention.

You may be contacted by a committee member to help in gathering information about students; this is done to help identify ways to best support the student and overall University. 

The Threat Assessment Team is made up of representatives from multiple departments across campus. 

Threat Assessment Team members have been trained by Gene Deisinger, president and founder of Deisinger Consulting, LLC.

The Threat Assessment Team meets regularly to review new and older cases.

Information may be shared with referral source(s) and/or other campus professionals on a need to know basis.