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Broome Community College is a SUNY two-year college in Broome County, New Yorkmarker. The college was founded in 1946 and went through several name changes. The school is located in Binghamton, New Yorkmarker. The college had a 2008 enrollment of slightly over 9000 students and has alumni of over 30,000.

BCC serves students primarily from the Greater Binghamtonmarker area, including those from Broomemarker, Tiogamarker, Delawaremarker, and Chenangomarker Counties.

BCC serves students from a single campus on Upper Front Street in Binghamton, New Yorkmarker, though some classes are taught in Owego, New York at a small classroom center. The campus' 15 buildings comprise of space, and feature recently upgraded athletic facilitites such as baseball fields, soccer and lacrosse field, publicly accessible tennis courts, the Dick Baldwin Gym, named after the third winningest college basketball coach across both two and four year colleges, and a new ice rink. There is also a theater which hosts campus performances of plays and other theatrical work, entitled The Little Theater.

It offers a variety of classes to all students that plan on finishing their 2 year degree at BCC or hope to transfer to a 4 year school. The most intense courses they offer are of the Engineering or Computer Science classes which include the utmost skill in math and science.

Most Broome Community College students transfer to Binghamton University after their first 2 years.

College Interim President: Dr. Deans

Interim VP, Academic Affairs: Julie Peacock

Interim VP, Student Affairs: Nancy LaBarre

VP, Administrative and Financial Affairs: Grant Newton

Public Affairs Officer: Thomas VonGrisel III


  • 1946. Established as New York State Institute of Applied Arts & Sciences at Binghamton (with "New York State" sometimes abbreviated "NYS").
  • 1953. Became Broome County Technical Institute.
  • 1956. Became Broome Technical Community College.
  • 1957. Moved to new campus on Upper Front Street (NY Route 11).
  • 1971. Name changed to Broome Community College.

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