The Binghamton campus, spread over 930 acres on a wooded hillside above the Susquehanna River, features facilities that are modern, attractive, accessible and well-maintained. 190 acres of campus are designated as a Nature Preserve, including 20 acres of wetland.
Binghamton's extensive athletic facilities include two large gymnasiums with swimming pools, an indoor track, and basketball, volleyball, and racquetball courts. Additionally we have an Events Center which seats up to 8,000. On top of being the home of BU basketball, the event center has hosted a number of athletic events and concerts including: the Division 1 Basketball Tournament, Men's America East Basketball Tournament, 2008 Empire State Games, Bob Dylan, Dashboard Confessional, Harry Connick Jr, Green Day, Ludacris, Lewis Black, Stephen Lynch, Melissa Etheridge, Status Quo, Foo Fighters, Jon Stewart, Drake, and Binghamton alumnus Ingrid Michaelson.
Academic buildings house classrooms, lecture halls, computing facilities, and labs including a multi-climate greenhouse - one of the largest teaching and research facilities of its kind. Binghamton's excellent facilities for the Fine and Performing Arts include a world-class performance complex and the University Art Museum.
The University Union, which is currently under construction, houses an array of facilities including meeting rooms, lounges, and programming space. The Dean of Student's office can be located on the 2nd floor, in addition to the campus activities office and the multicultural resource center. It also houses the offices for student government and student organizations, and recreational facilities including billiards, bowling, and table tennis. Other amenities include a full service bank, Barnes and Noble bookstore and a variety of eating locations, including the Kosher Kitchen and the food court which offers Chinese food, Taco Bell, Sbarro pizzeria, a grill and a sub shop.
Take a virtual tour of non-residential areas of campus