Binghamton University welcomed students and faculty back to classrooms and residence halls in late August, following guidance from public health and New York state authorities.
These web pages outline a series of guiding principles that clarify our restarting process.
- Protect the health and safety of everyone associated with the University: students, faculty, staff and community members.
- Maximize the value of our education by maintaining access for all students admitted to the University regardless of economic means, and maximize the success of all of our students to enhance their lives and futures.
- Sustain the research activities of the University to the greatest extent possible.
- Contribute to the economic recovery of our region.
The plan for Binghamton’s campuses will be adjusted as necessary moving forward, based on scientific data and in accordance with guidance from public health and government authorities.
A group of University leaders worked on these detailed plans with the goal of having onsite instruction and a residential experience for our students this fall, only after the campus infrastructure and culture was reimagined to provide a safe, high-quality experience for living and learning.
Binghamton University developed its Restarting Binghamton plan after receiving guidance from New York state and feedback from nearly 1,000 individuals. The plan was submitted to SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson on June 23, and was approved on July 1. The plan has been implemented, but will evolve as necessary based on guidance from public health and government authorities.
We have developed a Frequently Asked Questions page to answer some commonly asked questions.