Dr. Carol Ross, SUNY Broome Vice President

Aug. 30: Holla at Dr. Carol!

Express yourself! Dr. Carol Ross, Vice President for Student Development and Chief Diversity Officer, wants to hear from you — happy thoughts, concerns or challenges as you start the semester.

The event runs from 12 to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30, in the SUNY Broome Dining Hall.

SUNY Broome shares in $4.1 million NSF grant

SUNY Broome will receive more than $640,000 as a sub-award of this five-year NSF grant. Most of the funds will be used to offer scholarships of approximately $10,000 per student per year to attract and retain a total of 30 academically talented, low-income students in STEM fields relating to smart energy. Students will continue to receive the scholarship at Binghamton University for the completion of a BS degree in STEM.

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Geothermal well field drilling in the Quad

To address the concerns of faculty, students and staff, the geothermal well field drilling schedule will be modified as follows, to both reduce noise impact on campus and also remain sensitive to the residents of the surrounding neighborhoods:

SUNY Broome holds Move-In Day 2017

SUNY Broome held its fourth annual Move-In Day on Saturday, August 26. 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.

What you need to know for Welcome Week

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:

Want to ride the bus for free? Get your student ID by Sept. 17

Be sure to have your SUNY Broome identification cards by Sunday, Sept 17, 2017.  As of Monday, Sept. 18, 2017 riders without a valid SUNY Broome identification card will have to pay the fare to ride.

SUNY Broome students ride for free with their ID.

Criminal Justice & Emergency Services Career Expo on Sept. 8

Join us from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 in the Applied Technology Building atrium for the annual Criminal Justice & Emergency Services Career Preparedness Expo.

The event is open to all majors, and students in the Criminal Justice — Police and Corrections, Homeland Security, Fire Science and EMT/Paramedic program are encouraged to attend.