20:1 is a nationally recognized program acknowledged by California Coalition against Sexual Assault and the United States Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office as a best practice model for sexual assault prevention.
Active Minds at Binghamton University strives to open up the conversation about mental health and eliminate any stigma(s) associated with mental health disorders on campus.
The Actuarial Association was established in 1988 in the hopes of promoting the awareness of the actuarial profession. An actuary is a professional who utilizes probability and statistics in conjunction with various disciplines (i.e. finance, economics)
The student-run volunteer organization, serving as a medium through which prospective students can connect with current students, one-to-one. Ambassadors answer questions parents and students may have about residential life, academics and much more
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions employs between 80-100 dedicated tour guides annually. Tour guides are stand out Binghamton students who have an interest in showing what Binghamton University has to offer.
The African Student Organization was founded in 1989. It was created to foster an environment for African students . It is a haven where they can express their concerns, and comments in regards to the occurrences at Binghamton University.
The Alpha Delta Phi Society is a self-governing, coeducational organization dedicated to cultivating character, scholarship, and enduring friendships.
Alpha Epsilon Phi is one of the national sororities on the Binghamton campus. Founded in 1909 at Barnard College, AEPhi builds lasting friendships and has emphasized leadership qualities since its founding at Binghamton in 1985. For the past twenty
Chartered at Binghamton in the Spring 2013 term, Alpha Epsilon Pi is a Jewish fraternity, though non-discriminatory and open to all who are willing to espouse its purpose and values.
Alpha Eta Mu Beta is the National Biomedical Engineering Honor Society. Established in 1979, Alpha Eta Mu Beta was formed to recognize and encourage excellence in the field of Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering.