SUNY Broome will welcome students on Monday, August 26, for the first day of classes.
As of Aug. 23, 2019, 4,844 students are enrolled. Current numbers do not include the Fast Forward program, and enrollment numbers are subject to change during the semester.
Enrollment at a glance:
- Of the students enrolled, 71% are full-time students and 29% are part-time.
- According to data compiled earlier Friday, the population includes 1,643 new, first-time students, 2,421 continuing students and 450 non-matriculated students. These numbers will continue to be updated.
- Nearly 58% percent are female and 42% percent are male.
- Approximately 61% percent are from Broome County, 35% percent from another New York State County, 3% percent from out of state and another 1% percent from another country.
- Traditional, campus-only students number 68% while 18% students take courses both on campus and online, and 14% are online-only.
- 360 students live on campus in the Student Village. Move-In Day is scheduled for Saturday, August 24.
The week of August 26 is also Welcome Week, which features a series of events for both residential and commuter students. The week will feature information booths and other help to get students on track for the semester as well as a variety of fun activities.
SUNY Broome President Kevin E. Drumm will be available for interviews at 10 a.m. Aug. 26 in the Darwin R. Wales Center on campus.
“As a college president, the first day of classes is my second favorite day of the year – the first being Commencement, of course,” President Drumm said. “I would like to welcome our new and returning students, our faculty and staff for another successful academic year. I look forward to seeing all of our students achieve their academic goals, and walk across the stage in May.”
SUNY Broome Vision: (Adopted 2017)
Learning today, transforming tomorrow.
SUNY Broome Mission:
SUNY Broome Community College supports all members of the learning community by creating access to inclusive, diverse educational experiences. Success is achieved through the provision of innovative academics, transformative student support, and meaningful civic & community engagement.
We realize our mission by fostering an environment that exemplifies the college’s institutional goals to the highest quality.