Currently Chartered SCMA Groups

Binghamton Fulbright Association (BFA)

Binghamton University, SUNY Fulbright Association is a hub for Fulbright Scholars and Alumni, as well as a community of friends of Fulbright who support international education and cultural understanding around the world. They are committed to advancing mutual understanding, tolerance and peaceful relations between people from all over the world. They engage with Binghamton University students from all backgrounds, nationalities, religions and sexual orientation as well as with members of the greater Binghamton area. They are committed to creating platforms for cultural exchange and community engagement through the organization of social and academic activities. The Binghamton Fulbright Association will provide new students as well as Fulbright Grantees with information regarding housing, transportation, study and life in Binghamton. 

Binghamton University Parent Collective (BUPC)

The Binghamton University Parents Collective (BUPC) is a graduate student organization that works to form a mutually-supportive community of graduate students with children. We seek to make the campus more family-friendly and offer parents the opportunity to take advantage of low-cost, community and educational activities. These include playgroups, trips to the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park and Discovery Center (we have group membership!), as well as trips to u-pick fruit orchards, local parks, and places such as Skate Estate and Aero Gymnastics. We also arrange educational lectures and workshops on a variety of parenting issues. We welcome your ideas and energy!

Graduate African Student Organization (GASO)

The Graduate African Student Organization (GASO) at Binghamton University is comprised of graduate students who are committed to issues about Africa and African students on campuses all over the United States and the world at large. 

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Harpur Palate (HP)

Harpur Palate is the acclaimed national literary journal published twice each year by the English Department at Binghamton University. Globally, we are committed to publishing poetry and prose from new and established writers all over the world. Locally, we provide graduate students in the English Department with hands-on professionalization experience in editorial and leadership roles, as well as internship opportunities for undergraduate students.

International Student Association (ISA)

The International Student Association, hereinafter called ISA, has been created to help international students at Binghamton University cope with career difficulties and facilitate their career developments, by integrating resources that are difficult for individuals to find and providing professional education through lectures, workshops, and one-on-one mentorship that meets the specific needs of international students the most. 

Iranian Student Association (ISAB)

Iranian Students Association at Binghamton is a non-profit organization to make strong social and professional networks of Iranian students, scholars, and graduates at Binghamton University. The ISAB enables bringing students together, in order to celebrate ceremonies, facilitate services for professional growth, and contribute to society by exchanging ideas, opinions, knowledge, and experiences during events. 

Sky@Bugrad (SKY)

We are a student club that caters to the emotional and mental well-being of the campus community by offering innovative, experiential and evidence-based breathing and meditation techniques. We offer free weekly breathing and meditation sessions on campus that are led by trained meditation facilitators. Once every semester, we bring to campus the SKY Happiness Retreat offered by the International Association for Human Values, taught by a certified instructor. The SKY breathing technique taught during the retreat has helped millions of people around the world. Feel free to contact us at
National SKY website at

Sustainability Club

The Sustainability Club’s mission is to cultivate and engage in sustainable activities both on campus and within the community. We will strive to enhance professional development, evolve and interchange knowledge, advance interdisciplinary relationships surrounding sustainability principles, and promote professional opportunities within the sustainability field for members.