Binghamton University

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The State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY Binghamton) or Binghamton University is one of the four university centers in New York State’s system of post-secondary public education (SUNY). Since its establishment in 1946, it has undergone a number of changes in name and location. Today, the research university’s main campus is located in Vestal, New York


Vestal Campus


For detailed parking directions for any location on campus and more information on parking, contact Parking Services

A number of parking options are open for visitors. Parking by the hour is available at the parking garage or the paid visitors' lot. Short-term parking is available at parking meters around the Administration Circle, the Library Tower, by the Anderson Center Box Office, and near the McGuire building, the West Gym, the East Gym, the South side of Mohawk Hall, Clearview Hall and the Multi-space metered lot in M-2. To park in lots other than the paid visitors lot or the garage, visitors may purchase a daily parking permit at the posted fee at the Information Booth, Parking Services or Public Safety.

Academic Complex

STNYLUG Saturday meetings are held in the Academic Complex Building A, Room G023 (In the Basement)

Binghamton University Downtown Center

STNYLUG Tuesday meetings are usually held in room 301 of the Downtown Center

Room assignments are subject to change. Please refer to the STNYLUG mailing list and announcement page for verification

Maps to the Downtown Center

Linux Technology Center

The Binghamton University Linux Technology Center is the culmination of a significant amount of work by BU, IBM, STOC and Mainline Systems. The goal of the LTC is to set up a National Center of expertise in: Linux, open source, and open standards, to support and promote research, development, commercialization and contract work. The Center will work with businesses to help them use Open Computing to save on their IT and product costs. The Center will also work with businesses to move there software products to an Open Source base and to expand their products' marketplace.

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