Priorities for supporting student excellence
- Health and well-being
- Academic success
- Impactful co-curricular experiences
- Inclusive campus community
Health and wellness
Healthy Campus Initiative
Residential Life Master of Social Work Interns
Collaborating for academic success
Offices within the Division of Student Affairs work directly with faculty to provide students with valuable experiences that augment and enhance what they learn in the traditional classroom.
Common Read Experience
Inclusive access and support
Binghamton University welcomes diverse perspectives, reflective of the world around us. We are committed to making sure that our students, staff and faculty are not only diverse, but also feel welcomed by an inclusive campus community.
Individualized support for identified groups
Student Affairs programs like the Educational Opportunity Program and Student Support Services provide financial assistance and a range of advising and academic support services to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. These and other offices, such as Services for Students with Disabilities, are critical to the success of under-represented and disadvantaged students at Binghamton.
Our Department for Student Transition and Success offers programs and resources to support students' academic, personal and professional development beginning when they first arrive on campus and carrying throughout their collegiate experience.
Student and staff recognition
We believe in the importance of recognizing the hard work and achievements of our students and staff.
Held annually, the Binghamton University Student Awards honor and recognize the outstanding achievements of our students who shine in and out of the classroom.
A staff recognition committee works year-round to create a pervasive culture of appreciation for the hard work, long hours and passion for supporting students exemplified by our staff.
Divisional Diversity Initiative
Diversity Empowerment Education Program
Binghamton prides itself as a beautiful, welcoming residential campus, and we're continually investing in improving the spaces our students live, learn and play. From state-of-the-art recreational facilities to renovated residence and dining halls to gathering places like the University Union, we strive to make campus a place people want to be, which results in lasting friendships, convenient networking and a resilient Bearcat spirit.