Be engaged, make a difference

You belong to a strong, powerful and vibrant network of more than 117,000 alumni spread across the globe. There is strength in numbers. Your Alumni Association invites you to get engaged in the life of the University. Support from alumni will help the University remain strong.

The Alumni Association and University offer a wide range of volunteer opportunities; in fact, you may find more than one that matches your talents and interests. If you'd like to share career advice with current students and fellow alumni, consider serving as a career development volunteer. If you enjoy sharing your passion for your Binghamton University experience with young people, you could be a great alumni admissions volunteer. You can also help by planning alumni reunions and events, working with students at the health and counseling centers, or volunteering at the Anderson Center or Art Museum. Getting engaged doesn't have to require a lot of time, just a genuine love for our University. We are confident that you'll find the experience rewarding!

If you'd like to volunteer, or learn more about how your time and talents can help Binghamton University, contact the Alumni Relations office.

 

"Thank you all for your hospitality and your support for my lecture in the Art History Department's Visual Culture speaker series. I was moved to receive such a warm and genial welcome back to my undergraduate alma mater. The turnout for my talk was an impressive indicator of the academic community Binghamton creates and sustains. Many of the professors I had at Binghamton set very high standards in the art of teaching, against which I still measure my own performance. My time on campus was a marvelous opportunity for me to look back, but also forward, with fondness and gratitude."

- Kim Sexton '84
Associate Professor, Architectural History, University of Arkansas

Last Updated: 11/3/14