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Auxiliary Services

Office: Couper Administration Building - 2nd Floor (AD-245)
Binghamton University
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
Office Hours:
Regular Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Summer Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday - Friday
Phone: (607) 777-2883
Fax: (607) 777-2296

Meet the Team

Deanne Ellison |
Deanne is the director of Auxiliary Services. For nearly 30 years, she has worked with and on behalf of students in divisions of business and financial affairs and student affairs on seven university campuses. Most recently she was on the ground floor of opening California State University Channel Islands. She earned her undergraduate degree in journalism from California State University, Fresno, and was one of the first 100 professionals in the country to earn the designation of Certified Auxiliary Services Professional. Deanne and her team are committed to working collaboratively to provide an extraordinary and memorable comprehensive experience for the students, faculty, staff and guests of Binghamton University through each of the diverse Auxiliary Services operations.

Stephen Kellogg |
Stephen is the operations coordinator for Auxiliary Services. Stephen received his degree from Binghamton while working at the University. He oversees all laundry and vending services, the BUC$ program and serves on multiple standing committees on campus. Stephen has over 16 years of experience working at the University.

Jena Pasquale |
Jena is the administrative assistant for the Auxiliary Services team. Jena has been with Auxiliary Services for 6 years. Before joining this team, Jena worked in Human Resources for the University for four years. She has an associate degree in individual studies and business administration.

Meghan Schofield |
Meghan is the assistant director of marketing. With a background in marketing and communications, she keeps the Binghamton University community updated on services available. She is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University with a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communications.