SUNY Broome’s Fall 2020 Reopening Plan has been approved by SUNY and has been announced to the campus. Plans are subject to change due to new information, guidance and/or direction from the state. To view the complete reopening plan, visit:... Read More.
FROM SILVIA C.BRIGA, INTERIM DIRECTOR, MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS: Our campus will remain open, as a preventative measure we are making preparations to offer online and other distance-learning alternatives for as many courses as possible. Some classes requiring special equipment or hands-on laboratory coursework or clinical... Read More.
SUNY Broome Volleyball is the Mid State Athletic Conference Champion!Prior to the start of the semi-final match, Brianna Kosinski, Paige Taylor and Mackinzie Mee were named to the All Conference Team and Coach Eddinger was named Coach of the Year.Paige Taylor is... Read More.
SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson has announced the opening of the Paul and Mary Calice and Mildred Barton Advanced Manufacturing Center at SUNY Broome. This $12.7 million renovation project will house classrooms and laboratories with the latest technology to prepare students for jobs in advanced... Read More.
The Binghamton Police are investigating a missing person report. 19-year-old Alexander Wetzel was last seen on Tuesday, October 2nd at about 9:20AM. Alex is a SUNY Broome student. He may be driving a gold-colored 2005 Volvo XC90. Alex is 5 feet 9 inches tall... Read More.
SUNY Broome held its fifth annual Move-In Day on Saturday, August 25th. Residential students moved in to the college’s residence hall, the Student Village, with the help of volunteers from the campus community. A total of 360 students live in the residence hall.Move-In Day... Read More.
Rey Wojdat of SUNY Broome joined the WEBO morning show to promote their brand new proposed Culinary Arts Program. SUNY Broome is opening a Culinary Arts Center in downtown Binghamton in the old Carnegie library building. Culinary courses are on track to begin Fall 2019.You... Read More.
For the third year in the row, SUNY Broome’s Martin Luther King Jr. Job Fair has reached its maximum capacity of 90 employers. Students, alumni and community members are welcome to attend and learn about the wide array of jobs in our region. The... Read More.
SUNY Broome’s IEEE student club participated in the recent Toyota Green Grand Prix event at Watkins Glen. The club took first place in the endurance portion of the event. The single-day event featured a fuel-efficiency competition for drivers of alternate-fueled vehicles The day included a 100-mile, two-hour fuel economy event on the 2.45 mile Watkins Glen... Read More.
SUNY Broome is dealing with numerous inquiries about the presence of bedbugs on campus. Specifically, there have been two separate, isolated instances over the past few weeks where bedbugs have been found, and in both cases, appropriate steps were taken to remedy the matter... Read More.
SUNY Broome has announced a new partnership with the University of Limerick in Ireland. The arrangement will allow SUNY Broome student to transfer to undergraduate and graduate programs at Limerick. The partnership is for students in Music, Math, and Business.
SUNY Broome held an open house for accepted and potential students Saturday. Students and parents were able to find out about financial aid, scholarship opportunities, and payment options.Vendors filled the Baldwin Gymnasium with information on all concentrations. Those attending were able to check... Read More.