Binghamton University is a world-class institution that offers students a broad, interdisciplinary education with an international perspective and one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation. World-Wise At Binghamton, we believe that a 21st century college education requires a deep engagement with the world. Our vision is to design a distinctly global educational experience and foster an inclusive campus community that infuses all aspects of college life with an international perspective. That vision is reality at Binghamton. The University has been recognized with seven national awards for innovation in international education. Our pioneering Languages Across the Curriculum (LxC) program provides study groups in as many as four or five languages for a single class! Students from more than 100 countries choose Binghamton because they know it's one of few American universities that emphasize meaningful cultural and intellectual exchange. Innovative At Binghamton, we value curiosity and exploration in art and culture; in science and engineering; and about people, families, communities and nations. We continually expand our library holdings and improve electronic access to sources that support learning and discovery. We invest in top-notch facilities and engage in industry partnerships knowing our immensely talented students and faculty will make discoveries that enrich our campus, our community and our world. Success breeds success, and what began as a small, liberal arts college is now a nationally recognized research institution with one of the two fastest-growing research programs in the state. Engaged Most of all, we want our students to have an exciting, fulfilling and rewarding college experience. We have such a remarkable freshmen retention rate because we haven't forgotten that college is about a whole lot more than classes. It's our 400+ student clubs and organizations, our NCAA Division I sports, our tight-knit residential communities and our supportive and hardworking staff. And, we aren't just engaged on campus. Our campus culture encourages service to the community and the University has a significant economic impact on the region and the state.
|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Binghamton University Students||24%||18%||42%||22%||3%||1%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Binghamton University in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
85% of students
Binghamton University is a prestigious school with an amazing neuroscience program.
There is a lack of professors in almost every single department due to the mandates, however, each class is set up for the student to succeed. There is no social life whatsoever. The biology department is over flood with students so they make many mistakes, and the students suffer.
Going to Binghamton University has made me realize that I will always have support and someone is always willing to guide me if I am stuck.
It gets really hot in the dorms.
It is not bad depending on your majors and classes.
How competitive it is to get into classes
Opportunities for research and experienced professors!
The curriculum is fast-paced but very rewarding and prepares you for a successful career in your field of interest.
A very large university, active social life, and plenty of extracurricular activities. Good academics, and mediocre food.
Dining hall experience, cost of housing, quality of the local area.
What I like most about Binghamton is the wide variety of clubs and organizations to choose from. There are hundreds of clubs to join and so many types of people!
The dining hall can have weird hours at the beginning and end of the semester, and there are a few Residential Communities that do not have air conditioning.