Spring 2021 Mini Break (No Classes)

Spring 2021 Mini Break (No Classes) View the full Academic Calendar Please note: Dates may be subject to change For a complete list of class start and end dates, parts-of-term dates, and last dates to receive a “W” grade, please visit the Registrar’s website.

Resume Prime Time: Stand Out in the Job Search

Online via Zoom

Did you know that employers look at a job candidate’s resume on average for only 8-10 seconds? Join staff from the Center for Career Development in this interactive workshop. Attendees will leave with hands on, actionable tips to improve their resumes, the most critical component to any job search process. Presenters: Center for Career Development […]

BECA Workshops will be offered via Zoom

Online via Zoom

BECA Offerings have Begun. All workshops are held on Thursdays at 11:00 am via zoom. There is a different topic each week. Access the workshops via Zoom BECA Schedule – Spring 2021 (pdf)

You Could Be A Resident Assistant!

Online via Zoom

Benefits: Full single room waiver and 14 meals a week meal plan Leadership and teamwork experience Foster meaningful and supportive relationships Viewed as a leader on campus Opportunity to serve on campus committees EMPLOYERS LOVE FORMER RAs (transferable skills)! You MUST attend one of the Info Sessions below to apply. Tuesday 2/22, 4:00 pm Thursday […]

Student Assembly General Body Meetings

Online via Zoom

Join us for Student Assembly General Assembly Meetings every Friday at 11:30am via Zoom! Learn more about what is happening on campus, talk to your student peer representatives, and voice your concerns.  All are welcome! Log into the Swarm for the meeting link. We look forward to seeing you there!

Great Books Discussion

Online via Zoom

Special Event! A Great Books Discussion This discussion will begin Friday, February 5, 2021 at 12 noon and continue each Friday at Noon through the semester, except for May 7. The books that will be discussed during the Spring 2021 semester are Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Tenth of December, Stories by George Saunders. […]

Students, it’s time to apply for scholarships!

Online

There’s one way to be sure to never get a scholarship - forget to apply for them! Ready your brain for some questions and short essays and apply through one seamless application to any scholarship that you qualify for. There are hundreds of SUNY Broome scholarships available! Get started now. Information and instructions on how […]

SUNY Geneseo Advisor in Residence (Remote)

Online

SUNY Geneseo Transfer AIR Days SUNY Broome students interested in attending an Advisor in Residence Day with a SUNY Geneseo transfer counselor will have 4 opportunities to do so this semester. February 8, 2021: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm March 8, 2021: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm April 9, 2021: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm […]

College Assembly Meeting

Online

College Assembly will meet on Mondays at 3:00 pm via Zoom. Monday, January 25 (First day of classes) Monday, February 8 Monday, February 22 Monday, March 8 Monday, March 22 Friday, April 9th (no classes Monday, April 5th) Monday, April 19 Monday, May 3 All shared governance meetings are open to the campus community. For […]

Women’s Discussion Group and New York Times Event

Join the Women’s Discussion Group for a conversation about Passing, a novel by Harlem Renaissance writer, Nella Larsen. This event is linked to a New York Times T Club discussion of this same novel. Both events are on March 9, 2021, as part of our celebration of Women’s History and Culture Month. Time: 10:00 am for […]

Binghamton University Liberal Arts transfer advising

Online

SUNY Broome students interested in transferring to Binghamton University for a degree in a Liberal Arts program after completing their Associate’s degree at SUNY Broome can meet virtually with an Academic Advisor from the Harpur College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at BU this semester on the following dates: Feb 22: 10:30 am – 12:00 […]

Engineers Like Me – Virtual Event

Online via Zoom

Join the SUNY Broome Engineering Science Department for Engineers Like Me, a virtual event highlighting our Engineering Science program. Engineers Like Me aims to promote the community college pathway among students from traditionally underrepresented demographic groups -- to break down barriers to student access and success. During this event, students and their families will: • […]

Women’s Discussion Group and New York Times Event

Join the Women’s Discussion Group for a conversation about Passing, a novel by Harlem Renaissance writer, Nella Larsen. This event is linked to a New York Times T Club discussion of this same novel. Both events are on March 9, 2021, as part of our celebration of Women’s History and Culture Month. Time: 10:00 am for […]

Council for Academic Issues

Online

Council for Academic Issues will meet on Wednesdays at 3:00 pm via Zoom. Wednesday, January 27 Wednesday, February 10 Wednesday, February 24 Wednesday, March 10 Wednesday, March 24 Wednesday, April 7 Wednesday, April 21 Wednesday, May 5 All shared governance meetings are open to the campus community. For more information including agendas and minutes, please […]

Continuing students, there’s only one more week to apply for scholarships!

Online

Continuing students, there’s only one more week to apply for scholarships! Now is the time to pen some great short essays and apply through one seamless application to any scholarship that you qualify for. Don’t miss your chance! Apply now! Information and instructions on how to apply for the SUNY Broome Scholarships

Council for Operational Issues

Online

Council for Operational Issues meets Thursdays at 9:00 am via Zoom. Thursday, January 28 Thursday, February 11 Thursday, February 25 Thursday, March 11 Thursday, March 25 Thursday, April 8 Thursday, April 22 Thursday, May 6 All shared governance meetings are open to the campus community. For more information including agendas and minutes, please visit Shared Governance

America’s Caste System

Online via Zoom

Join a conversation about whether the United States, like India and Nazi Germany, has a caste system. If so, does this caste system explain the origins of our national discontent? Online: via Zoom Faculty Presenter: I.J. Byrnes Contact Professor I.J. Byrnes at byrnesij@sunybroome.edu with any questions. This event is sponsored by the Women’s Discussion Group and Phi Theta Kappa.

Student Assembly Presents: Starfish and Career Services Education Session

Online via Zoom

Student Assembly is hosting a Starfish and Career Services Education Session! Be prepared for what comes after with the Center for Career Development Join Jessica Appleby and Erin Marulli to learn about the professional resources available to you via Starfish, how to use Starfish, and how to schedule appointments. March 11th 11am Register for the […]