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Campus Mentor Programs

Binghamton University is home to many campus mentor programs!  If you feel like you don't want to interact with our Transfer Student Services mentor, feel free to participate in any of the following mentor programs.  

*Please contact the mentor host office with specific questions. 

Mentor Programs:

Peer.

Peer is a program dedicated to creating a sense of community at Binghamton. It's also a great way to meet new people. Peer leaders, who are carefully selected Binghamton students, facilitate discussions between small groups of Binghamton students about any social or academic issues that they are dealing with.Groups meet with their leaders and fellow members once every two weeks for an hour long meeting. 

Contact information: Siena Spitzer, sspitze1@binghamton.edu
Sign Up Sheet: Sign up here!

Program for Undergraduate Guidance (PUG)

Mentors are paired up with underclassmen or transfer mentees who are in the same major or have similar career goals.  Most mentors and mentees have informal chats.  This program aims to be professional but to also create a friendly relationship between the two students. It has replaced a few of the smaller mentorship programs such as the Dickinson Mentors and other residential life mentor programs.

Contact information: pug@binghamtonsa.org

Local Commuter Mentor Program

All incoming commuter students are paired up with a mentor. Each mentor holds weekly office hours for about 2 hours where students can come ask questions, chat, and see a friendly face.

Contact information/sign up: Local Mentor Program

School of Management Mentor Programs:

Dean's Mentoring Program: The Dean's Mentoring Program (DMP) is dedicated to fostering the professional development of outstanding freshman and sophomores by leveraging the resources of successful upperclassmen mentors, professionals, recruiters, alumni, and the Dean. Mentees are representative of SOM's best.

MGMT 111 Mentoring Program: Upperclass students serve as 'success' stories and share their experiences with the underclass students. This class also provides an introduction to professional development--such as writing resumes, mock interviews, and meet with employers visiting campus.

Contact information/sign up: SOM student organizations site

Binghamton Alumni Mentoring (BAM!)

BAM! consists of one-time events sponsored by Alumni Relations throughout the calendar year. Alumni host 5-15 students for lunch, coffee, etc. in different areas (Bing, Buffalo, NYC).  Providing students with an opportunity to socialize, network, and understand the building of relationships between students and alumni.

Contact information: BAM!

Emerging Leaders Mentors

ELP connects new ELP students to upperclassmen who serve as role models and the primary contacts for the new ELP students. Through participation in theme-based Knowledge Communities--mentor and mentee are in the same KC--students develop leadership skills that will help them be successful Binghamton leaders.

Contact information: ELP Mentor

Resident Assistants

By living in the residence hall, you're automatically assigned a RA who lives on your floor. Your RA is available to you to talk about whatever you need and is a great resource on campus! They ave valuable knowledge about a multitude of topics.

Collegiate Professors

Every residential community has a collegiate professor, except the apartments, who have a Fleishman Career Center staff member. Their offices are located in your community area offices. CPs are available to help with academic issues, connecting to academic resources, and other faculty.

Transfer Student Services

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Last Updated: 11/8/17