Summer housing is available May 29–Aug. 12
Summer housing is only available to students who have a direct university-related summer affiliation. Although space is limited, summer housing is available for both Binghamton University students and non-Binghamton University students who are taking summer courses and/or engaging in university-sponsored programs or research which requires being on campus for the summer.
- Term 1 housing dates: May 29–July 4
- Term 2 housing dates: July 9–August 12
- Full summer housing dates: May 29–August 12
The above dates are firm and requests for early-arrivals or late-stays cannot be accommodated.
Students can apply for Term 1 only, Term 2 only or the full summer. Summer housing is not available on a weekly basis.
All summer housing is in the Apartments Community. Students living in summer housing will be assigned by Residential Life and should expect to share an apartment with other summer residents.
Binghamton University recognizes that same-sex room assignments are not ideal or appropriate for all students. Therefore, we offer two types of housing: gendered housing and gender inclusive housing (defined below). Gender Inclusive Housing (GIH) seeks to provide an environment that is welcoming to all gender identities and is not limited to the binary (male and female).
When completing the housing application, all students are required to select the type of housing they would like to reside in.
Gendered Housing: Students who choose to live with a roommate as well as suite/flat/ apartment mates who have the same legal sex of record with the University. This includes: male (m), female (f), nonbinary (x).
Gender Inclusive Housing (GIH): Students who choose to live with a roommate as well as suite/flat/apartment mates of any gender identity. Students who select Gender Inclusive Housing agree to live with and create a welcoming environment for students of any gender identity. This includes but is not limited to: man, woman, trans, nonbinary and genderqueer/gender non-conforming.
The summer housing rate is:
- Term1: $1332
- Term 2: $1258
- Full summer: $2775
Binghamton University students will be billed by Student Accounts via their student account.
Non-Binghamton University students will be billed directly in a single invoice.
Housing costs for individuals whose housing is covered by a research or other program will be billed directly to the program.
Residential Life cannot arrange for payment plans, alter billing cycles, etc.
All students (Binghamton and non-Binghamton) residing on campus during the summer must agree to the 2022–23 University Housing Agreement and Student Code of Conduct.
Binghamton University students who violate these policies may be subject to loss of summer housing and/or student conduct action. Non-Binghamton University students may be subject to loss of housing as well as notification to the sponsoring organization. The Dean of Students/Vice President of Student Affairs of the student’s home campus will also be notified.
Binghamton University is a smoke- and tobacco-free campus both indoors and outdoors. See University policies for more information.
BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY STUDENTS APPLY HERE
NON-BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY STUDENTS APPLY HERE
The deadlines to submit summer housing applications are as follows:
- Summer Term 1, entire summer and summer programs: April 28, 2023
- Term 2: June 16, 2023
Students who apply after these dates, cannot be guaranteed housing.
Check-in is in the Apartments Area Office, Choconut 102.
Term 1: Check in Monday, May 29 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Term 2: Check in Sunday, July 9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Residents wishing to check in outside of these times may do so during regular business hours (8:30 a.m–noon and 1–4 p.m. Monday–Friday). We cannot accommodate requests for early check-ins. Students planning to arrive after the designated check-in time should email email@example.com.
- Summer Session 1 check-out is Tuesday, July 4
- Summer Session 2/full summer check-out is Saturday Aug. 12
Students must complete the check-out process and return keys by noon on their check-out date. Please note we are not able to grant requests for late-stays.
- Pick up an express check-out envelope from the Area Office (Choconut 102) prior to your check-out date.
- Remove all belongings from your apartment.
- Clean your room and apartment.
- Take all trash to dumpster.
- Fill out the information on the express check-out envelope, put all keys and access card (if applicable) inside and seal the envelope. Place the envelope in the drop box outside of the Area Office (Choconut 102).
- Any damages will be assessed and billed accordingly.
- Students wishing to arrange for a walk-through with a staff member should contact the area office to schedule an appointment. Appointments must be scheduled prior to your departure date.
Students who have questions about summer housing should email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 607-777-2904.
Physical Facilities may need to access your apartment throughout the summer to perform routine maintenance. When this becomes necessary residents will be given a minimum of 24 hours advance notice. Residents are expected to be cooperative in allowing access to their apartment/room.
If something needs to be repaired in your apartment, contact the Area Office at 607-777-2904, email email@example.com or stop by during business hours. You’ll need to provide specific information regarding the issue, your contact information and when you'll be available for apartment access.
Emergency work orders
For emergency issues, call 607-777-2904 during business hours. After 7 p.m. or weekends, contact staff on duty or Binghamton University Police.
Lost keys and lock-outs
If you lose your key, notify staff immediately. Students who lose keys are billed for the re-key.
For lock-out assistance
- Weekdays 8 a.m.–noon and 1 to 4 p.m., see Apartments office staff in Choconut 102
- Weekdays from 4 to 7 p.m., contact your building staff
- After 7 p.m. and weekends, contact the staff on duty:
Susquehanna: 607-777-7101; Hillside: 607-777-5158
Apartment style living is an independent-living experience in which students are self-sufficient with respect to cooking, cleaning, etc.
Our apartments are fully furnished and offer single bedrooms with a shared living room, bathroom and kitchen. Kitchens contain a full-sized refrigerator, stove/oven, sink and cabinets. Students provide their own microwave if they want one. Automatic dishwashers are not permitted.
While the apartments are furnished, students do need to provide their own bedding, cooking items (pots, pans, plates/utensils, etc.) as well as paper towels, toilet paper, garbage bags and cleaning products. See our What to Bring guide for more details.
Most apartments do not have air conditioning. Students are welcome to bring fans but air conditioners are not permitted.
Laundry room locations are different for each building but are generally on the ground floor. You may need card access. Laundry facilities are free but residents need to bring their own detergent.
Dining services during the summer
Full-service dining is not provided on campus during the summer months. Retail dining is open for limited hours Monday through Friday for breakfast and lunch. For complete information on summer dining options and hours visit the dining services web page.
Summer mail service dates are Tuesday, May 30 through Friday, August 11. Visit the Campus Mail Services website to learn more about services offered through this office.
Hillside and Susquehanna mailrooms
Students living in summer housing will be issued a PO Box number. Mail is delivered Monday-Friday.
- Susquehanna mailroom is located outside the Apartments Community Area Office – Choconut 102, between Brandywine and Choconut. The doorway is on the left, under the covered outdoor entryway, before you enter the hallway to the office.
- Hillside mailroom is located behind Belmont, across from Palisades.
If you plan to bring a vehicle to campus, you need to get a summer parking permit. See the Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) website for more detailed information.
Campus shuttle service
Limited campus shuttle service is available over the summer as well as the BC Transit Service. Check this web page for more details.
Things to do
There is recreational space throughout the Apartments Community including a basketball court in Hillside (next to the Hillside Commons), a basketball hoop (at the end of the parking lot in Susquehanna), a sand volleyball court (behind the Hillside Commons), the Hillside Quad and the Hillside Commons with a TV, keyboard, pool table, ping pong tables and mini pac man game. There is a fire pit in Hillside (behind Rockland and Saratoga) and in Susquehanna (between Brandywine and the campus drive). Fire pits can be reserved on this google form. Reservations should be made at least two business days before the event. The Nature Preserve is close by with numerous trails to explore.