Off Campus College (OCC) has information to help you make the most of living off-campus. OCC serves as a resource for both students who currently live off-campus, as well as those who are thinking off moving off-campus. Preventive measures such as being familiar with your lease, municipal policies, state laws, zoning, etc., will help you enjoy a trouble-free year off-campus. Browse our list of resources and click on the active housing list for the most complete list of off-campus housing near Binghamton University.
Are you an international student transferring to Binghamton? Do you have questions about immigration, finances, and living in the U.S.? Check out the International Student and Scholars Services page for tips on living off-campus as an international student.
Our university and the city of Binghamton are committed to providing a safe environment for all students and citizens in our community.
If you want to know more about your rights as a tenant, the legal clinic provides free legal advice for any Binghamton University student. The legal clinic is on first come-first served basis. For more information contact the OCC office at 607-777-2768.
The Binghamton University Virtual Off-Campus Housing Fair brings campus area rentals and resources to students, not the other way around. During the event, you can:
To get notified of the next Virtual Off-Campus Housing Fair (and get entered for a chance to win $50), you can register here.
If you're interested in being a part of our database of off-campus housing options near Binghamton University, please visit our List With Us page for more information.
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