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I suppose that I don't have many tips for prospective students, given that I am a prospective student myself, but as far as college is concerned I did spend my freshman year at another SUNY school. The number one tip I have for new students is to plan ahead and learn to manage your time. Know the courses you're taking, what you need for them, and how to find them. Study the university's handbook. College life can throw you a lot of curve balls, but they won't trip you up if you plan ahead and manage your time wisely.» Read More
As a new student at Binghamton I recommend getting involved with as much as you can. There are many clubs, sororities and fraternities, job opportunities, and events that you can participate in. Also, get to know your professors because they can help a lot, especially for letters of recommendation. Do not be a hermit! Get to know people in your building and meet people in your classes. And always try to be ahead on your work because it will catch up with you, especially for finals.» Read More