Online registration for Orientation will open Monday, May 5.
Note: It takes our system approximately three (3) business days to process your enrollment deposit allowing you to register for Orientation.
Register at orientation.binghamton.edu.
There are many Orientation sessions for transfer and freshman students to choose from. Orientation dates are based on the school in which you are enrolled -- Harpur College of Arts and Sciences or the professional schools: College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA), Decker School of Nursing, School of Management (SOM), Watson School of Engineering.
BEFORE ORIENTATION: GET FAMILIAR WITH ONLINE TOOLS
Below are tools you'll use throughout your years at Binghamton University. Get a head start now! They are all important links, especially about choosing your courses and creating your schedule for fall semester, you need to access and review PRIOR to Orientation.
Click here for details and to 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.
Log into my.binghamton.edu
At Orientation, you will need to successfully log into Binghamton's portal, my.binghamton.edu, to register for your courses. Be sure you know your User ID and password.
You will also need to log in prior to and during the fall semester for 24/7 online transactions regarding financial aid, personal/emergency contact info, student account payments (bill, fines, fees), add/drop courses, sign up for direct deposit of refunds, view grades and more! Go here to log in.
Be sure you check your BMail at least once a week starting in May for important new student information in our BUZZ e-newsletter. Click to access
If you have not activated your BMail account yet, click here.
Schedule of Classes
View the online fall 2014 schedule of courses. The schedule contains course descriptions, instructors, meeting times, campus locations, textbooks, credits, and what courses fulfill general education requirements. Click to view schedule
A great online reference for the basics about course registration. Spend some time before Orientation reading important facts.
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 2014-15 University Bulletin is the official record for entering fall 2014 students. The online bulletin should be referenced throughout your academic career.