Happy 75th Anniversary Binghamton University! Revisiting the past 75 years.

It nearly slipped by us, but June 6, 2021, was Binghamton University’s 75th anniversary.

“Seventy-five years might seem like a long time, but in terms of being a 75-year-old institution, Binghamton University is actually fairly young,” said Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger. “But though we’re still considered a young institution, we’ve made incredible strides since our inception that we shouldn’t let go unnoticed.”

It was June 6, 1946, when the University was officially launched as Triple Cities College (TCC) of Syracuse University with a dinner at the Arlington Hotel in Binghamton. The then two-year school opened its doors to 876 students on Sept. 30 of that year (Convocation was held Sept. 28), with Old Colonial Hall in Endicott, N.Y. as its base of operations. Click here to continue reading.

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