Binghamton

Binghamton University

4400 Vestal Pkwy E, Binghamton, United States
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About Binghamton University

Binghamton University is a school located in Binghamton, NY, US with a total of 8910 courses available to enroll in.

Binghamton University is part of the State University of New York system of public universities. Rates as the top public university in the northeast, Binghamton offers interdisciplinary programs of study and international courses of study. It is ranked among the elite public universities in the United States. U.B. has been in existence for over 60 years. The educational standards at Binghamton University rival those of elite private universities.

One of the stand out features of Binghamton University is the interdisciplinary study and international study programs. Students have the opportunity to cross disciplinary boundaries in the course of their studies and many of the programs available have international reach built right into the major fields of study. The faculty consist of Ford, Fulbright, and Guggenheim scholars making the faculty at Binghamton some of the most distinguished in the world.

The campus is located on the Susquehanna River in a sprawling 950 acre wooded area. This area includes a 190 acre protected woodland available for students to explore. Much of the appeal for students is this wooded natural campus. Combined with the program of interdisciplinary study, Binghamton University is one of the most sought after universities in SUNY system. It is consisted ranked by The Princeton Review as a top 'green campus.'

Another major feature of Binghamton University is that campus life is mapped out in six communities, each with its own features of community life. The university patterned this after Oxford University. Thus student life and university life can take on a smaller and more community oriented quality.

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