Undergraduate Advising

Advising during COVID-19 via ZOOM

There will be open office hours via Zoom Meetings on Mon–Wed, from noon to 2 p.m. during the registration period, starting Monday, March 23. Please come to these hours if you want to declare a major or minor or get advised on course selection for next year or any other matter. If you wish to drop a major or minor, that can be done by email to bwolfe@binghamton.edu.

To join a Zoom Meeting, email to bwolfe@binghamton.edu, you will click on a zoom meeting invitation link you will receive via email.

When you get to the Meeting, you will be put into the waiting room and until it is your turn. You may have to wait in the instance there are a number of people ahead of you.

You can also write an email to Barbara Wolfe to schedule a phone call, and insome cases, advising can be done via email. Please feel free to keep in touch in whatever way will help you.

Barbara Wolfe will be keeping a comprehensive list of all practica underway for Spring 2019. Students enrolled in practica will all be contacted and have a solution developed for their practica situation. If you have not been contacted, contact the instructor you are doing the practicum with. If the practica instructor doesn't have a solution, contact Barbara Wolfe via email as soon as possible.

FAQ's for Theatre

Do I need to audition to become a Theatre major?
No, you declare your major with the Department Chair and Undergraduate Advisor - Barbara Wolfe. Visit Fine Arts 123.

Do I need to be a Theatre major to be in a show?
No, all students registered for credit at Binghamton University are encouraged to audition for MainStage, Studio, InTheWorks and Open Season Shows.

How do I register for a restricted class?
GO TO THE FIRST CLASS. You must get permission from the instructor in order to register, they will provide you with a form to register. You then bring this form to Helen Perrault in the Theatre Main Office (FA - 127) and register in person during registration hours which you can find right on the form you receive from your instructor.

I missed the first class, can I still register?
Go to the class you want to register for as soon as possible. Follow the same steps as registering for a restricted class, go to the class, talk to the instructor in person, the instructor will let you know if you can get into the class or not.

Need further help?
Email us at theatre@binghamton.edu. Check out more FAQs and recommended classes for new students.

More About Our Theatre Program

information for current students

Handbook for Current Students