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Fall '15 new student and transfer housing applications
Housing applications will go live 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 8.
Signing up is easy:
- Once you begin the application process for spring 2015 you will be asked to read the housing license, review your personal details and enter at least one emergency contact.
- You will be able to indicate whether you require break housing or would prefer our special housing options (i.e. Break housing is a great option for international students, athletes, out-of-state-students, working students and others who need to remain on campus during the four breaks when residence halls close.)
- Freshmen will be asked to prioritize preferences among our five traditional residential communities. Transfers will be able to prioritize among our five traditional residential communities and our two apartment-style residential communities, so be sure to review the options on our website if you have not done so already.
Important Note: before you can access and sign up for housing, you must activate your Binghamton University Computer Account and e-mail account at password.binghamton.edu.
2015-16 returning student housing room change process
When the housing system reopens at 9 a.m. March 19, the room selection and room change processes will not be 'group' processes. Students should log into the returning student housing system as individuals. Changing your room assignment for 2015-16 does not change the room assignments of other members in your group. If you want to change rooms as a group, each person should log into the housing system and do the room change at the same time to ensure that the beds are available. The room change process ends on April 3 at 5 p.m.
Fall '15 returning graduate student housing
Adirondack House is reserved for graduate students. Between March 19th and April 3rd returning graduate students may sign up on our website.