Below are tools you'll use throughout your years at Binghamton. They are all important, but it's especially important to complete the pre-Orientation unit so that you're prepared to meet with your advisor and register for courses.
Requirement: Course selection preparation
You will be registering for your spring semester courses at Orientation. To ensure your success and to allow advisors to properly assist you, you MUST complete the pre-Orientation unit through Binghamton's portal, my.binghamton.edu. You will need your User ID and password to log in. Be sure to:
- complete the "Previous Academic Credit" form so we know what courses you're currently taking
- watch the videos
- browse the schedule of classes and use College Scheduler (available beginning Oct. 19)
You must upload a photo for your Binghamton University student ID in order to be able to pick it up at Orientation check in.Your student ID serves are both your room/building key and your meal plan. You must bring a government-issued photo ID in order to receive your card (i.e, passport, driver's license). You will not be given your student ID without this documentation.
Download Binghamton University's mobile application -- bMobi!
NOTE: You'll be at an advantage if you bring your laptop, iPad, iTouch or iPhone with you to Orientation and download the Binghamton app to assist you with course registration. We will have a limited supply of laptops for use.
Schedule of classes
View the online spring 2017 schedule of courses. The schedule contains course descriptions, instructors, meeting times, campus locations,
textbooks, credits, and what courses fulfill general education requirements.
Learn the number of credits required to fulfill academic degrees (majors, minors, concentrations, emphases, tracks, etc.), as well as key student academic policies.
NOTE: The 2016-17 University Bulletin is the official record for entering spring 2017 students. The online bulletin should be referenced throughout your academic career.