Dear Students, 

We hope you are staying safe during these challenging times. As you know, colleges across New York and many other states were asked to convert their on-campus courses to a distance format. We are pleased to say that faculty and staff have been working hard to provide your courses and support services to you in various ways that do not involve coming on campus.

We have also been able to provide advising, tutoring, support labs, and other academic and financial services for you online. Hours and schedules for these services can be found in the Student Resources section on our Coronavirus Resources webpage: It is also important to remember that now is the time to apply for financial aid for next year if you have not done so, for those ready to graduate to prepare for transfer or employment and to ensure you are following your educational plan if you are returning. Check the website regularly for reminders about advising and registration.

Because we are able to provide these services from a distance, and we are taking every precaution to protect each other, and the Governor has asked to reduce the workforce on campus as much as possible, we are limiting on-campus access only to those students who are unable to access technology from home.

Many buildings are closed with the exception of only the few buildings that provide open labs, such as the library and a few other specialized labs (as noted on the webpage).  If you must come on campus to use the services, please be prepared to show your SUNY Broome ID and to sign in at the building that you are entering. Note…only you will be allowed in the building.  Please know that these measures are to protect the entire community from the spread of coronavirus.

Offices may be working from a distance but we will continue to provide you quality services. This is new to all of us and we know there will be some mistakes along the way. However, we are committed to doing everything possible so that you can continue your educational journey while keeping the Broome  community safe. We wish you the very best as you navigate through these new processes, and please know that we are here (although maybe not face to face) for you. Take care and be safe.
Dr. Penny Haynes and Dr. Carol Ross-Scott