Transfer/Non-Traditional

We recognize the unique needs of students who come to Binghamton from other institutions, as well as those who being their college career later in life. Our goal is to connect you with  Binghamton’s vast employer and alumni network, as well as faculty and staff, to empower and support your career goals. Through this affinity group, you will gain access to resources and events to get you started. 

Meet with a career consultant to kickstart self-exploration including identifying your interests, values, and strengths, as well as ways to further develop skills and gain valuable experience. 

3 Ways to Explore Your Career Interests

Exploring your career can feel very overwhelming! Students often feel pressured to make the “right” choice but who determines if it’s the right choice or not? Finding a career that aligns with your strengths, values, and interests requires you to …

By Lexie Avery, MS '15
Lexie Avery, MS '15 Assistant Director, Early Engagement and Exploration Lexie Avery, MS
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Majoring in Undecided: Advice from a Current Student for those Feeling Unsure about Major or Career Options

Majoring in Undecided 

As a freshman, the question I dreaded most was, “What are you majoring in?” Whether I was being asked by a classmate, a family member, or a prospective employer, my response was always the same: I would …

By Madeline Timerman
Madeline Timerman Senior Peer Consultant Madeline Timerman
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Healthcare Careers that Don’t Require a Medical Degree

If you’re drawn to the healthcare field but uninterested in pursuing a medical degree, you’re not alone! While we often picture doctors in pristine lab coats and nurses with stethoscopes slung around their necks, there are countless superheroes working behind …

By Madeline Timerman
Madeline Timerman Senior Peer Consultant Madeline Timerman
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Top 5 ways to be more productive

Top 5 ways to be more productive

Did you know that Binghamton University now offers Success Coaching? And, those Success Coaches are here to support you with success skills like time management, task management, goal setting, procrastination, and motivation? You …

By Lexie Avery, MS '15
Lexie Avery, MS '15 Assistant Director, Early Engagement and Exploration Lexie Avery, MS
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Featured Resources

Success Coaches support undergraduate student learning through personalized coaching appointments, weekly supportive accountability groups, workshops, and access to virtual resources.

National Institute for the study of transfer students.

Recognizes and promotes the academic excellence and involvement of transfer students with leadership opportunities and service projects.

Helps transfer students find extracurricular activities, networking opportunities and excel academically.

Assists students prior to and during their transition into Binghamton University, by providing mentoring, advice and advocacy.

Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2019 Corporate Equality Index is the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to …

Get In Touch

Phone
607-777-2400
Address

University Union 133

Office Hours

  Office Hours Walk-In Hours
M 9 am - 4:30 pm Noon - 4 pm
T 9 am - 4:30 pm Noon - 4 pm
W 9 am - 4:30 pm Noon - 4 pm
TH 9 am - 4:30 pm Noon - 4 pm
F 9 am - 4:30 pm Noon - 4 pm

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