Clubs and organizations on campus at binghamton
Virtual Tours by Students
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So if you are already accepted into Binghamton or still looking into Binghamton, there are a lot of clubs and organizations you conjoined. Firstly, I'm the treasure of the Atlantic Cultural Society, which is a Greek club on campus meaning Greek from Greece. You don't have to be from Greece if you want to join, but it's basically just promotes Greek culture and there are a lot of things like that. We have basically the multi we have ah, multicultural club. We have a bunch of things that, if you are ethnic or not ethnic or interested in, I think things you conjoined clubs like that. I do know that there is not an Italian club and there's not an Irish club. There's a Greek clubs that just come through to us and we'll take you in. There's a lot of really cool things that are like specific to major's, their clubs that specific to major. There's a woman in business club, which is you need to actually do a lot to get into that club. Most clubs air just you walk in and you're part of it. There's a lot of clubs on campus and they don't really take a lot of time. I know for me, for my club personally, we probably have one event a month and a CZ lungs. You're really not going to take that much time out of your academics to be involved on campus. Being involved on campus is something that is definitely important. We have something called You fess, which is university fest, and basically you can go around when you get here and visit every single club there. So if you're not a D one athlete, you can do club sports club, cheerleading club, soccer, club, tennis, all those things for men and woman. Make sure that you go to those big events like you fast and spring fling those air. Some really cool things that once you're here you should definitely, definitely definitely check out.