SUNY Broome seeks to foster student growth and success by providing transformative academic and student supports. This module will provide you with an overview of the comprehensive resources that will contribute to the attainment of your goals and achievements.
Accessibility Resources Office (ARO)
Provides services and strategies to students with disabilities to create pathways of access to course objectives and academic activities, as well as campus student life activities.
B.C Center (Daycare)
The BC Center, located on campus, is a licensed childcare center for children of SUNY Broome students and staff. The Center provides flexible scheduling: morning, afternoon, or full day, according to the academic year. Registration is ongoing, based on first-come, first-served basis until all slots are filled. Waiting lists are accepted. Fees for services are based on family income and size: subsidies are available for eligible families.
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
Provides access, academic support and financial aid to first-time, full-time students who show promise for succeeding in college but who may need additional support throughout their time at SUNY Broome.
Food for Thought Pantry
The Food Pantry at SUNY Broome is run by the Student Assembly. Fill out a brief form in the Student Activities Office and you can pick up bags of food/supplies.
Learning Assistance Department
Provides courses and activities to help you meet your academic goals. Includes the following services.
Tutorial center for students taking any mathematics course offered at the college. Use the media collection to augment class lectures or borrow retired textbooks for additional exercises. Computers are available for use with course specific software installed.
Reading and Study Strategies
Individual tutoring, workshops, and classroom outreach are available to provide literacy and student success support.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a learning enhancement program.SI targets high-risk courses instead of high-risk students and offers assistance on an outreach basis in regularly scheduled, out of class sessions.
Available for students needing extended time for tests or students in situations where instructors and students are unable to arrange a mutually convenient time for make-up tests.
Free drop in, one -on-one individual tutoring, and online tutoring is available to help you succeed.
Where students can work to become better writers. Tutors work by appointment with students individually or in small groups, to help students in any course.
The Library provides a broad range of resources and services to meet the informational needs of SUNY Broome students. This includes Textbooks on Reserve. If you have trouble attaining a textbook, many are available for use in the library for up to 2 hours at a time.
Student Health Services
Provides currently registered SUNY Broome students with primary care of acute illness and injury.
Veterans & Military Affairs Office
Provides information related to receiving veteran’s education benefits; referrals for counseling for financial, vocational and academic problems; veterans work-study job information; and important information about resources available at the college.