Links to On-Campus Resources
Location: College in the Woods Library, Mountainview Student Success Center, or Chenango
Champlain Collegiate Center (C4)
Students may schedule an appointment for free peer tutoring.
Location: Library North 2412
English majors assist students with their writing assignments. Appointments are strong recommended and can be scheduled online at https://binghamton.mywconline.com/.
Location: Library North 2408A and 2408B
Math majors provide tutoring for various math classes.
Computer Science Tutoring
Location: Engineering Building T1.
CS honor society students are available for tutoring. The tutoring schedule is available online at http://harvey.binghamton.edu/~upe/index.php#tutoring.
Location: Science 2 Building Room 126
The tutoring schedule is available online.
Location: SSS Lounge, Appalachian G16 and G17, and back corner study rooms of Hinman
SSS provides free tutoring support for all of its program participants in a number of different subjects. The schedule is available on their website.
Free tutors for students in the EOP program who are looking to strengthen skills needed to succeed in college and assist in a wide variety of courses.
Location: Old Champlain
Location: Academic A - 142
Location: Engineering - EB M00
Location: Academic B -112
Location: Downtown Center - 403
Location: Mountainview, College in the Woods Library, Hinman Library, Chenango-Champlain
Discovery staff assist students in problem-solving academic concerns. Students may schedule appointments with Discovery Advisors (D.A.'s), trained peer advisors who are available to discuss course selection, choosing a major, internships, study abroad, and tips for improving study skills.
Counseling & Other Supports
Location: Clearview Hall - 91 (building located behind M lot)
The BAC specializes in evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders, particularly social phobia and obsessive compulsive disorder.
Location: Old O'Connor 264
Individual and group counseling is available.
Location: Easy Access Road, above Dickinson College and across from College in the
For emergency medical assistance, call 607-777-3333 or 911.
Location: Library South - G663
The ODEI is committed to promoting a campus environment that celebrates diversity and is free of bias and harrassment. Concerns may be discussed personally with staff and formal discrimination complaints may be filed through a form on their website.
Location: University Union 257
The Office for Veterans Services is committed to recruiting, retaining, and supporting active duty service members, veterans, and dependents to maintain a diverse and highly qualified student body, faculty, and staff.
Location: Library South - G526
If you need help resolving a conflict, the neutral Ombudsman can offer confidential assistance.
The CCPD offers a wide range of career coaching resources including walk-in hours, workshops, on-line resource materials and opportunities to research and connect with employers.
Location: University Union 137
The CCE works with communities within and beyond Binghamton University's campus to provid various rewarding and meaninful volunteer opportunities to students.
Location: College in the Woods library - IR 102
Information on mentors and opportunities to connect with other transfer students can be found on their website.
Location: University Union West 205
Students come to the office seeking assistance, advocacy and satisfactory resolutions to problems. 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.
Computer Help Desk
Location: Computer Center - main floor
Staff at the Computer Help Desk are able to answer questions about campus computing and e-mail, as well as trouble-shoot difficulties with students' personal computers. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org