based on 3 students ratings
Number one in NY public school. Going to school here is exactly what I thought it would be. The city of Binghamton isn't absolutely fantastic, but there's enough bars and frats to still have a good time without getting bored out of your mind. The mall's pretty nice. Living on campus, I think, is one of the best parts of Bing, and there are a lot of options. Most of the dorms/communities are gorgeous. The food isn't terrible but it's not notable either, just average college food. The student body is generally very diverse, and the professors I've had so far have been great.
Yes, many programs offer payment. Especially if you work as a tutor or an RA A lot of jobs on campus are work-study programs for students and are almost always available at the beginning of the year.
I chose this college because of its quality of education and location away from home. The campus was pretty with a reliable transportation system in place that favored the students as well as a diversity of dorms.
Pretty great if you choose the right professors. I think rateyourprofessors was a great site to better prepare you on what to lecture from your educators for your classes. There are different professors for similar classes.
It was the cheapest and best school I got into. It had a lot of school spirit and a lot of my friends also attended this institution. Binghamton University boasts academic excellence as well as a strong desire to give students the best value for their education.
I believe that it was a fantastic program that incorporates a multitude of aspects and is very all-encompassing. The program has a professor from high esteem institutes and they seem to really care and put emphasis on the individual.