12 August 2017

GRE scores for law admissions

somewhat interesting perhaps

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/10/business/dealbook/law-school-gre.html?_r=0

03 August 2017

Parking permits now available

Purchase your parking permit online!Hide Show
Parking permits are available for purchase online for the upcoming academic year or semester at the Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) website. To log in, you will need your Binghamton University PODS ID.

First time permit buyer? You must first register your vehicle online with the University. If you are a returning customer, log in and follow the step-by-step instructions.

For those interested in purchasing a new proximity card permit, they will be available for first-time purchase Monday, Aug. 7. For current state payroll-deducted proximity card holders, no action is required on your part and your proximity card will automatically renew. All other proximity card holders must visit the Parking Services office to renew starting Monday, Aug. 7.

TAPS has integrated a new parking software that utilizes License Plate Recognition (LPR) that eliminates the need for parking decals. LPR is a plate-recognition technology that associates parking permits to a license plate and not a decal or hangtag. This technology virtually links license plates to a permit. Once a permit is purchased online a confirmation will be emailed and the permit is active. You will no longer need to affix a decal to your vehicle or pay to have a lost or stolen decal replaced. You can also update your vehicle information yourself from your online account.

Additional information on LPR and a full list of parking updates for the upcoming year can be found on the TAPS website. Any questions can be directed to Parking Services. TAPS is looking forward to a great 2017-2018 academic year!

31 July 2017

Tobacco is defined as tobacco


Campus becomes tobacco free Tuesday, Aug. 1Hide Show
Binghamton University’s Tobacco-Free Campus Policy becomes effective Tuesday, Aug. 1. The policy encourages an environment that promotes the health, well-being and safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors on University-owned or rented property by minimizing the effects of secondhand smoke, improving fire safety and encouraging a more sustainable and clean environment.

Tobacco is defined as all tobacco and tobacco-derived products intended for human consumption.

This transition has been in process for several months, and the campus is reminded that there is support for those who wish to stop using tobacco products, including smoking cessation classes, nicotine-replacement therapy and the Healthy Practices Clinic.

More information on Binghamton University’s Tobacco-Free Campus Initiative, including the policy, answers to frequently asked questions and available resources to assist those who wish to quit, visit the web.

21 July 2017

treif

construction proceeds apace at the Ham-o-vative Technology Center