Academic Advising

Academic advising and student services

The Decker School of Nursing Academic Advising and Student Services Office works to ensure students have the resources they need to succeed academically and personally. 

Our professional advising staff works with faculty to help students transition into their program of study, make the most out of their time at Binghamton and progress to graduation in a timely fashion. Our peer advisors have extensive training and are regularly available to answer students' questions quickly and efficiently.

The well-being of our students is our top priority, and we strive to provide a safe and comfortable environment.

Connect with professional advising staff

Students may connect with our professional advising staff in a variety of ways:

  • Request a transfer credit evaluation:
  • Email us at
  • Call us at 607–777–4954
  • Meet with us in person: you can schedule an appointment by calling 607-777-4954 or visit our office (Academic Building B, Room 114) during walk-in advising hours (see our events calendar for schedule)
  • Register online to take a tour of the Decker School of Nursing facilities 
  • Current non-nursing Binghamton undergraduates are encouraged to watch our intra-University transfer (IUT) and double degree (DD) virtual information session
  • Mail us at this address: Academic Advising and Student Services Office, Decker School of Nursing, Binghamton University, P.O. Box 6000, Binghamton, NY 13902-6000

Connect with a peer advisor

Peer advisors are located in the Academic Advising and Student Services Office (AB-114) and take walk-in appointments. See our events calendar for schedule. Learn more about our peer advisors.

Taking courses at another institution

Undergraduate students: If you're considering taking a course at another institution, refer to our transfer equivalency tables:

Graduate students: If you're considering submitting a request for waiver or transfer of course credit, review the following policies: 

If you have a felony or child abuse conviction
Students who have a felony or child abuse conviction are advised that their prior criminal history may impede their ability to complete the requirements of the Decker School of Nursing and/or to meet licensure requirements for nursing or advanced practice licensure. If you have concerns about this, you are advised to contact the Decker Academic Advising and Student Services Office, the undergraduate or graduate program director or the Dean's Office. You are required to report felony convictions while enrolled in the Decker School of Nursing as it may change your progression and ability to be placed in a clinical agency. To learn if felony/child abuse convictions will negatively impact your ability for licensure, check with the State Board of Nursing in the state in which you plan to practice.

Looking for more?

For general information about Binghamton University, including information about admissions deadlines, detailed application instructions, tuition costs, financial aid, housing and visiting the campus, visit Binghamton University's Undergraduate Admissions website if you're an undergraduate or Binghamton University's Graduate School website if you're a graduate student.