Emergencies

If you are in crisis and need immediate assistance, call:

Office of the Dean of Students
607-777-2804 (8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday-Friday)

Binghamton University Police Department
607-777-2393 (if calling after 5 p.m.)

Binghamton University Counseling Center Emergency Hotline
607-777-2772 (24 hours) -- if after 5 p.m., University Police will dispatch to on-call counselor as needed

We're here to help

Regardless of the issue, the staff of the Dean of Students Office can help. Situations we have assisted students with in the past include:

  • Voluntary and medical leaves
  • Student injury or illness
  • Family emergency impacting a student’s campus life
  • Concerns about academic adjustment or performance
  • Financial problems
  • Natural disaster
  • Apartment or house fire
  • Death of a relative
  • Death of a student or former student
  • Interpersonal violence or stalking
  • Sexual assault
  • Missing student
  • Attempted suicide

Campus emergencies

If you are experiencing a campus emergency, or wish to alert the University of an emergency or crisis, dial 911 from a campus land line or call University Police immediately at 607-777-2393 from a cell or off-campus phone.

For up-to-date information about campus alerts, closures and updates during emergencies or unfavorable weather situations call 607-777-7700 or go to www.binghamton.edu.

B-Alert Emergency Alert System

Binghamton University has partnered with Rave Mobile Safety to provide the B-Alert emergency alert system which is capable of delivering messages to your University and personal e-mail addresses, as well as to your cell phone. All members of the campus community are encouraged to login to the Rave Wireless site to confirm your contact information and choose your notification preferences.

Student Emergency Fund

When a student experiences a hardship and needs temporary financial assistance to cover essential expenses, students may contact the Dean of Students Office to discuss resources available on and off campus. On campus, there is help available in the form of short-term loans or grants, as well as the Student Emergency Fund.

Last Updated: 9/15/14