Unique and Innovative

This unique and innovative undergraduate program provides students with an exceptional learning experience and prepares them to succeed in the increasingly global world.

If you have any questions for the DDP Office, please email directly to ddiploma@binghamton.edu. All communications must be in English. That way, we will be able to help you with your questions much faster.

DDP students in class.

Read more for Prospective Students, including information on the admission process and important forms.

Read more for Admitted Students, including information on BMail, housing, dining, mandatory health form, course registration, activities on campus, graduation requirement, OPT, and so on.

Read more for Alumni, including information on how to request for copies of transcript and diploma.

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Current Dual-Diploma Students should find the following resources of great use to their experience in Binghamton.

Announcements & NewsFall 2016 University Fest!!

  • If you need help with writing...

The Writing Center at Binghamton University provides free tutoring in college writing for all students. Their excellent tutors are available Monday-Friday to assist students with any assignment from any class—essays, arguments, research papers, reports, analyses, editorials, proposals, abstracts, and lab reports, with critical reading, developing presentations, and citing sources.

Students can make appointments online: https://www.binghamton.edu/writing/writing-center/

Another good resource is the FREE ELI (ESL) Tutoring service: https://www.binghamton.edu/eli/tutors.html

  • Fall 2016 University Fest!!

Fall 2016 University Fest on Welcome Weekend – Saturday, August 27, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Peace Quad (in front of Market Place) for rides, food, music and fun!

More information: http://www.binghamton.edu/campus-activities/events/ufest.html

  • Fall 2016 Orientation Packet

F'16 DDP Orientation Packet can be viewed online: Click here.

In the packet, you will find information on:

-- Campus Map, showing you the locations of DDP, ISSS, Health Center, Admission Center, and other offices.

-- Orientation Schedules from 8/15 to 8/18: Don't miss the ISSS check-in on 8/15, English Language Skill Assessment on 8/16, and DDP Orientation, including FREE LUNCH, on 8/17!

-- Where to eat on campus during the Orientation Week

-- To Do Checklist: Read it carefully, since you don't want to miss any of them.

-- Emergency and After-Hour Care: what to do and where to go if you are sick

-- Campus Safety

-- Where to get cell-phones and plans

-- Shopping in Binghamton

-- Local Transportation, including city bus (BC Transit) and school bus (OCC Bus)

-- Some schedules and routes of city bus

  • Video: The Dual-Diploma Program Experience 

For many, the college experience entails traveling a few hundred miles to obtain a degree from a university not far from home. At Binghamton University, approximately 300 Turkish students step outside of their comfort zones to earn two diplomas – one from Binghamton, one from a Turkish university – while developing excellent language skills and delving into a diverse culture. Watch this video to meet a handful of students currently enrolled in the Dual-Diploma Program.

  • Internship/volunteer opportunities

VINES: Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments

Webmaster Internship

Marketing and Outreach Internship

Project Management Internship

Fundraising Team Internship

Event Planning Internship

Technology Instructor Needed

Finance Internship

For more internship and volunteer opportunities, please visit here!

Last Updated: 8/25/16