With more than 2,500 international students from 100+ different countries, Binghamton University is rich with different cultures and perspectives. Binghamton has won eight U.S. national awards for internationalizing the campus and its coursework.
As a “public Ivy,” a Binghamton education comes with a distinguished national and international reputation.
Binghamton students can join 300 clubs and organizations. Elite athletes participate in 21 NCAA Division I varsity teams, and there are dozens of club and intramural sports. Each of Binghamton’s six living-and-learning residential communities has its own personality, traditions, dining center, recreational and study areas. Collegiate professors and resident assistants (RAs) offer programs and classes to foster academic and personal growth.
My favorite thing about working with students is knowing how many opportunities I’m offering by teaching them about Binghamton University. The faculty and staff welcome our students and are committed to helping them succeed. Originally hailing from central Pennsylvania, I came to Binghamton thinking that I would stay in my position for 3 years and move to another city. But this community, and specifically our university community is full of smart, hard-working, innovative, and kind people that I just couldn’t leave. Fifteen years at Binghamton has only reinforced my love for the area and inviting others here. It has been wonderful to welcome students from all over the world and see them succeed in their studies, become alumni, find jobs, and come back to visit. I’d like to talk to you about the opportunities that exist at Binghamton University so please don’t hesitate to contact me to hear more.