Concerns may include: questions about different cultures and traditions, working through feelings you may have about a student from a different cultural background than your own, wanting to expand your understanding of different cultures.
The Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) provides a multifaith meditation and prayer room, resource library, resource room and direct funding to student organizations. The MRC promotes collaborative efforts in programming among campus departments and cultural organizations on initiatives that enhance cultural awareness and understanding of diversity on campus.
The Student Conflict and Dispute Management Program (SCDMP) can assist with issues within and among student organizations, teams and clubs; roommate disputes; and other interpersonal issues. The program provides a development approach to resolving conflicts, offers a safe space for open dialogue and active listening, and helps students build the skills of resilience, critical thinking and empathy.
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) assists all international students studying at Binghamton University. ISSS can assist with visas, health insurance and employment.
The Binghamton University Interfaith Council (BUIC) is composed of various religious institutions and organizations from around the greater Binghamton area that have committed themselves to serving the religious and spiritual needs of the University community.
DEEP Interns from Binghamton University Department of Social Work provide underrepresented students with wrap-around services and support in our residential communities. This reciprocal learning model promotes academic success and student retention with a focus on improving student wellness, advancing intersectional equity and improving community cohesion.
The College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) Career and Intercultural Services Center (CISC) promotes a diverse and student-centered environment that values the wide range of identities, interests and abilities of CCPA students. In keeping with the mission of CCPA to provide high-quality, professional education for its students, CISC staff members help students develop career and professional skills through relationships that promote social capital and bolster professional and intercultural development. Students receive assistance including career exploration, job search advisement and connections to hands-on learning with CCPA’s many community partners. All students should feel valued and respected and will be empowered to excel in careers as CCPA graduates.
The Office of International Education and Global Initiatives (IEGI) connects students to meaningful credit-bearing international experiences during their time at Binghamton University. Students have access to more than 50 Binghamton programs and over 1,000 SUNY programs! You can take courses, complete an internship, participate in a service-learning project, or even conduct research almost anywhere in the world. IEGI can provide you with the resources and knowledge so that you can select a program that fits your personal, academic, and professional goals. It's never too early to start planning!
For advising, call the IEGI or visit the IEGI (1-4 p.m. Monday through Friday). Should you be unavailable during advising times, email us your questions!
Location: Old Champlain, Room 240
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