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Visiting Campus

Come see what everyone's talking about.

Choosing a college is a huge decision. Websites, brochures and online reviews can only give you so much information. To really understand what makes Binghamton so exciting and how you'll fit in here, you'll need to experience Binghamton University for yourself.

That's why we invite all prospective students to schedule a campus visit.

Can't make it to campus? Check out our graduate student virtual tour. Although nothing can take the place of our campus visit, these tours will help you get a good feel for Binghamton without ever leaving home!

What to Do While You're Here

Check out our list of campus facilities and visit the ones that catch your attention. If you visit during the school year, catch a Bearcats game, sit in on a class, eat in a dining hall, talk to students and staff, explore the Nature Preserve or even make an appointment to meet with a professor. The Undergraduate Admissions Office and Graduate Admissions Office are happy to help with any special arrangements.

Don't forget to explore the Binghamton region — check out a Binghamton Rumble Ponies or Binghamton Senators game, cruise the local art galleries, catch a concert and have a great meal.

Planning Your Trip

Consult our detailed maps and directions for information about how to find the main campus and where to park. We also provide a list of local lodging and dining options.

Important information for guests on our campus

New York state expressly prohibits the carrying of firearms on college campuses (including those by concealed carry weapons permit holders). Only University or other on-duty police officers are authorized to carry firearms.

Binghamton University is a tobacco-free campus. The use of tobacco is prohibited on all University property. 

Last Updated: 4/18/19