Are you ready to learn more about the #1 public university in New York and explore our campus? Check out our virtual sessions and recordings, take a virtual tour, or come to campus to connect with an admissions counselor and see Binghamton in person!
Note: To ensure the health and safety of our campus community, all campus visitors are required to wear a mask indoors.
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Want to Talk to Current Students?
Speak with an Admissions Counselor
- In-person: M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. in the Admissions Center
- Schedule a Virtual Personal Meeting
¿Necesita hablar con un consejero de admisiones en español? Envíe un correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org para coordinar una cita o envíe un mensaje de texto a WhatsApp + 1-607-759-8764.
Tour Our Campus
We have lots of options for your viewing pleasure!
Come to campus any time and build your own self-guided tour. All you need is your phone and your feet! Let our virtual student tour guide take care of the rest as you walk around campus at your own pace.
Your visit will include an information session led by an admissions counselor where you'll learn about the admissions process, academics, student life and more! After the session, take a tour of campus.
Sign up for a Virtual Webinar!
From the comfort of home, you'll discover what makes Binghamton the #1 Public in New York!
Register for an upcoming virtual information session, or browse our video library.
Upcoming Info Sessions
Register for an upcoming virtual information session. These virtual sessions and videos cover a range of topics from a general overview on everything from academics to student life to special topics, designed to help you learn more about specific parts of Binghamton or assist you with the college application process.
Watch one or more of our videos on topics such as the admissions process, career services and what it's like to live on campus. Or, take a seat in a virtual classroom and have a conversation with faculty (including our 2019 Nobel Prize winner!) about important subjects such as the impact the pandemic had on the election, why we make "crazy" choices and many more!