Students at Binghamton are not regularly exposed to any major drugs, and the most common ones are alcohol and marijuana. But no matter what drug you are into, you can probably find somebody to either buy from or sell to at Binghamton. As students say, it is not that drugs are a big deal on campus—but it is a big school, and there is a niche for just about any taste. Students who get caught drinking underage or using illegal substances will, for minor offenses, be issued a ticket. More severe offenses may involve University administrative and disciplinary action.
Despite prevalent stereotypes about different communities being known for their drug scenes, rest assured that drug use is not highly visible anywhere on campus. Like any college, Binghamton has its share of drug use and experimentation. However, peer pressure is almost nonexistent, so steering clear of the scene altogether is just as easy if you don't want to be involved.