Binghamton University FAQ

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22 English questions out of 22

24 May 2019

What is health insurance like at Binghamton University?

Pros

Awesome environment and lovely colleagues. I love working here. Great health insurance coverage.

Cons

Can't think of any. The best place to work.

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work

Great health insurance coverage.

24 May 2019

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20 April 2019

Does Binghamton University pay for a gym membership?

Pros

Able to work as much or as little as you want Working with other students

Cons

Early morning shifts Only half-price gym membership (should be free)

Only half-price gym membership (should be free)

20 April 2019

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29 August 2018

Does Binghamton University offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Engaging environment with a student body who generally cares about the growth of the Binghamton University community.

Cons

Lack of tuition reimbursement for Graduate Assistants

Advice to Management

Provide tuition reimbursement to make program more competitive and assistantships more sustainable.

Lack of tuition reimbursement for Graduate Assistants

29 August 2018

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17 October 2020

Does Binghamton University offer housing assistance?

Pros

Free housing and meal plan. Great opportunity to meet new people and establish unique culture.

Cons

A lot of work to fit into a students schedule. Be prepared for hours of extra work.

Free housing and meal plan.

17 October 2020

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3 July 2018

How are the career development opportunities at Binghamton University?

Pros

I worked at Binghamton University as a graduate assistant for about 3 years. As someone who has gone to college continuously throughout my adult life, it was a great opportunity to get my feet wet and I feel that I have learned many skills that will help me in a valuable career post-grad.

Cons

HR isn't as clear as to the required paperwork to fill out every semester.

Advice to Management

Continue to invest in campus programs and student affairs, as they are valuable to every student.

As someone who has gone to college continuously throughout my adult life, it was a great opportunity to get my feet wet and I feel that I have learned many skills that will help me in a valuable career post-grad.

3 July 2018

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