Why can’t I get into certain buildings?
What buildings are closed?
Specific SUNY Broome buildings are temporarily closed, please be aware of signage on doors.
- Applied Technology
- Business (with the exception of the IT Office)
- Calice (with the exception Labs 204, 208 and 212)
- Culinary and Event Center
- Ice Center
- Natural Science Center
- Old Science
Please note, when a closed building is entered, the entire building is considered contaminated and requires manpower and resources to clean which are limited at this time.
How can I access resources in a building that is closed?
- If you would like to enter a closed building you need to notify Public Safety at +1 (607) 778-5083.
- Public Safety will meet you at the necessary building.
- Faculty/staff should only be accessing a building if it is absolutely necessary.
- If any of the closed buildings are entered, identification, times and locations will be logged by Public Safety.
- Any areas entered will have to be sanitized each time someone enters a closed building.
I need access to computer labs and equipment to complete my coursework. How can I get access?
- CAM 212, 204, 208 and computers are available in the Library (students and faculty) if there is no other way to work remotely.
No check-in with Public Safety is required in these buildings.
If you still need a computer or other technology resources to work from home, please contact ITS. The TRC and Instructional Designers are also available as support resources for you as well.
Who should be coming to campus right now?
Students, visitors and non-critical staff should not come to campus unless required resources or technology are needed. Student support areas have suspended in-person appointments and events and transitioned to fully remote/online. View the availability of virtual meetings with student support areas here, or call +1 (607) 778-5043 if you aren’t sure where to start.
We are limiting on-campus access only to those students who are unable to access technology from home. Many buildings are closed with the exception of only the few buildings that provide open labs, such as the library and a few other specialized labs.
How can I register for classes next semester?
Special advising events will continue to take place! A list of those events can be found here: www.sunybroome.edu/getadvised2020. Have questions? Contact the academic advising department at +1 (607) 778-5421.
For additional answers to common questions, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
The SUNY Broome campus is currently limited to critical staff. Students, visitors and non-critical staff should not come to campus unless required resources or technology are needed. Distance learning options continue and support is available. Need help accessing the services you need? Call the help line at +1 (607) 778-5043.
- All students are expected to continue with distance learning options available to them. Students should communicate with their instructors for details regarding their specific classes.
- The Library will be open to students who are in need of resources they do not have access to from home. Library hours are:
- Monday-Thursday 8:00am-8:00pm, Friday 8:00am- 5:00pm.
- Virtual hours: Saturday 1:00pm-5pm and Sunday 3:00pm-7:00pm.
- Details regarding training and resources for students and faculty are available on the Student Resources and Faculty Resources webpages.
- Event cancellations, information, and updates are available on the Impacted Events page.
- On campus gyms (including Student Village gym), weight rooms, and the dance studio will be closed until further notice.
- Food services will move to a strictly take-out model effective March 17.
- The Ice Center will suspend all ice activities for the rest of the season.