If you love to spark discussions, explore ideas and push boundaries, Binghamton just might be the place for you.
All Are Welcome
Binghamton strives to become a genuinely inclusive community where those with differing backgrounds and allegiances feel valued and can learn from one another.
Multicultural Resource Center
Inclusiveness through workshops, programs and services to represent underrepresented groups.
Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Supporting diversity and inclusion initiatives that create a welcoming campus climate.
At Binghamton University, residential life fosters a sense of community and pride. Binghamton offers six unique living communities, each with its own culture, traditions, student government, dining hall, quad and recreational facilities, so you'll never have to go far to grab a bite to eat, play volleyball with friends or find a faculty or staff member to answer your questions.
The affordability and availability of off-campus housing, coupled with free bus service, make it easy to find housing in the surrounding area. Our Off Campus College (OCC) maintains a list of housing options, facilitates connections with potential housemates and runs a legal clinic that can assist with lease reviews. The OCC also hosts a variety of community events and educational programs that help students integrate into the greater Binghamton community.
Health and Wellness
Health and wellness have been top priorities for years at Binghamton, so it's no surprise that Binghamton was named one of the healthiest colleges in the country. B-Healthy (our healthy campus initiative) supports anyone and everyone pursuing a healthy lifestyle.
Load up on nutritious food from salad to sushi in the dining halls. Are you gluten intolerant, vegan or have allergies? No worries! Binghamton has you covered too.
The Nature Preserve boasts 190 acres of protected forests, wetlands and a six-acre pond. With over 11 miles of hiking and running trails, it's a great place to keep fit.
City of Binghamton
A short drive from main campus, downtown Binghamton is a hub of activity. The city offers residents endless entertainment, dining and recreational options.
Sports and Recreation
FitSpace, Binghamton's 10,000-square-foot campus fitness center, offers a wide range of exercise options.
Join the more than 2,000 students who participate in 42 recreational and competitive clubs.
Clubs / Organizations
There are hundreds of ways to get involved at Binghamton.
Check out the Environmental Awareness Club, Animation Club, Ultimate Frisbee, Society of Women Engineers, Water Polo, Black Dance Repertoire, or the more than 300 other student organizations.
Prepare for your future
There are a lot of ways to become career-ready, no matter your goals.
The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development can assist you with every aspect of career preparation, including gaining experience, exploring careers, and making meaningful connections to get on the path to career success.
You are also part of the greater Binghamton community.
The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) works with communities to provide various rewarding and meaningful service opportunities to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members.
Arts and Culture
Daily programming ranging from world-renowned symphonies to undergraduate showcases, pop and rock concerts to dance troupes, opera and ballet to international theatre, and everything in between. Explore our Anderson Center for the Performing Arts, Art Museum, Music and Theatre sites to learn more.
Binghamton University Aerial Tour
Take a sky-high tour of Binghamton University — from the tranquil Nature Preserve to the cutting-edge Innovative Technologies Complex to our inviting residential communities — see where all of our amazing classes, research, athletics and more take place!