Resources

Academic Advising

Tutoring Services

Voter Registration Information

Binghamton University’s Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) encourages all students to register to vote in local, state and national elections. SSD is an approved National Voter Registration Act location and can provide you with NYS voter registration forms and assistance in completing and submitting them. Please feel free to contact the SSD for assistance.

Campus Resources 

Counseling and Support Services

The Counseling Center- Individual and group counseling is available. Binghamton University Counseling Center Website link

The Psychological Clinic

Offers psychotherapy and behavior therapy and assessment services. The Psychological Clinic Website link

Binghamton Anxiety Clinic (BAC)

Clinic devoted to treatment, research, and training in regards to anxiety.Binghamton Anxiety Clinic website link

Student Support Services (SSS) TRIO Programs-

Services for first-generation students, income-eligible students. SSS Website link

Tutoring Services

Academic Advising

Harpur Academic Advising - Harpur Advising link
Watson Academic Advising - Watson Advising link
Decker Nursing School Advising- Decker Advising link
School of Management Advising - School of Management link
CCPA Human Development Advising- CCPA Advising link

Resources

Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development- The CCPD offers a range of career coaching  resources including walk-in hours and workshops  Fleishman Center Website link

Discovery Program- Discovery staff help students problem-solve academic concerns. Discovery Program Website link

Decker Student Health Services Center- Provides currently registered Binghamton University students and affiliated entities with primary care of acute illness and injury, health education, women’s health services (including birth control), travel medicine, immunizations, HIV testing, psychiatric consultation, and laboratory services.
Decker Health Services website link

LGBTQ Center- The Center provides an array of resources, educational opportunities and social justice initiatives designed to foster a campus environment that is inclusive and supportive of all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions.
LGBTQ Center website link

Computer Help Desk
Computer Help Desk link

Transfer Student Initiatives and Services- Information on mentors and events to connect with other transfer students can be found at their website. Transfer Students information link

Dean of Students Office- The Dean of Students office can offer advice and referral information related to illness, death in the family, financial difficulties, academic trouble, and other personal emergencies. Dean of Students website link

University Ombudsman- If you need help resolving a conflict, the neutral Ombudsman can offer confidential assistance. http://www2.binghamton.edu/ombudsman/

JUST FOR FUN

Off campus links

  • NYS Education Department Adult and Continuing Education Services (ACCES-VR)

  • NYS Commision for the Blind (NYSCB)
    Link to NYSCB