Resources for Students 

The Undergraduate Research Center helps undergraduates learn more about the opportunities in their field for research, creative activity and scholarly investigation.


Binghamton University hosts a variety of campus events featuring student and faculty researchers. An annual event, Research Days, highlights include open labs, seminars, poster sessions, tours, speakers and more.

University publications, such as Discover-e and Research Magazine, feature powerful research initiatives and discoveries spearheaded by faculty and encompassing student involvement. 

Binghamton University's Office of External Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards works with undergraduate and graduate students to identify funding opportunities, and then assists them during the application process.

A wide variety of fellowships and internships exist, such as the National Science Foundation's Predoctoral Fellowship program and the National Institutes of Health Fellowships. These fellowships are quite competitive; thus, the FRI program lays a wonderful foundation of building students' academic credentials.


Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development helps undergraduates explore career and advanced study opportunities.


University online library tutorials is a suite of tutorials that have been designed to introduce students to research practices and to help students understand information resources available to them, both in the library and online.


The Writing Center helps undergraduates enhance essential writing skills.


Harpur College of Arts & Sciences' Academic Advising


Watson School of Engineering & Applied Science's Academic Advising


Last Updated: 9/9/16