Summer parking ends Friday, August 18, 2017. Please park in your assigned lots after this date. Students must park in student lots.
Welcome back to SUNY Broome! The first week of classes is Welcome Week, with events that range from the informational to the just plain fun. Check out the schedule:
Faculty, staff and students are needed to lend a hand at the Student Village’s annual Move-In Day on Aug. 26.
The SUNY Broome Community College Board of Trustees recently welcomed a new member: Sharon Ball, the former executive director of the Broome County Arts Council.
The Admissions Office at SUNY Broome is looking for enthusiastic students to join our team!…
Bachelor Degree Partnership student Melissa Henry graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Business from Excelsior College in July 2017. Melissa attended SUNY Broome for her Associate in Science in Business Administration prior to joining the Bachelor Degree Partnership Program.
Cultures may differ, but college students – at least the young, traditional-age ones — are…
The following construction activities are occurring on campus this week, in connection with the extensive renovation of the Mechanical Building:
The Bachelor Partnership Office is expanding! We are excited to announce that we have officially partnered with SUNY Empire State College, providing students with greater transfer options. Through the Partnership office, students can explore Bachelor’s degrees at Excelsior College or SUNY Empire State College.
Do you live near Owego? Good news: You can take SUNY Broome courses in your…
Much like the weather, Erin Potter’s journey back to SUNY Broome was subject to multiple currents and influences, all contributing to a larger whole. Now she’ll be the one teaching the next generation of future scientists, and honoring the memory of the professor who once taught her.
Join the SUNY Broome community at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 4, for the dedication of Mrs. G’s Weather Station on the second floor of the Natural Sciences Center (NSC).
During the reconstruction of the Mechanical Building, please note the following restrictions with respect to building and pedestrian access:.
During her 25-year career at SUNY Broome, Debbie Morello has played many roles: The shrewd mind behind economic development programs impacting the region. Compassionate ear to students from close to home and around the globe, and the unofficial Mom of the Student Village. Maker of tough decisions – and even, once upon a time, an art teacher in Continuing Education.
In retirement, she’ll add a few titles: Entrepreneur, published author – and, potentially, web celebrity.
Work has begun on the extensive reconstruction of the Mechanical Building, one of the college’s oldest facilities. Click here for this week’s updates.