The Town of Dickinson is home to SUNY Broome, Cornell Cooperative Extension, and Broome-Tioga BOCES.

SUNY Broome, a Middle States-Accredited two-year member of the SUNY system, educates more than 4,500 students a semester.  Providing Associate degrees in programs ranging from Nursing to Computer Information Systems to Fire Protection Technology, SUNY Broome provides a cost-effective local option for those desiring a two-year degree or a convenient first step toward a four-year program. SUNY Broome's 17-building facility is located on Upper Front Street in the Town of Dickinson.

Cornell Cooperative Extension is an outreach program of Ithaca's Cornell University that helps people use research-based knowledge to improve their lives, in five broad areas: Agriculture & Food Systems; Children, Youth, & Familes; Community & Economic Vitality; Environment & Natural Resources; and Nutrition & Health.  Cornell Cooperative Extension's local offices are located on Upper Front Street, just south of BCC, in the Town of Dickinson.

BOCES is an educational institution designed to help public schools control costs and provide quality programs by sharing services.  It operates as an extension of the local school districts and the New York State Education Department.  Broome-Tioga BOCES serves 15 school districts in Broome and Tioga counties.  BOCES is located on Glenwood Road in the Town of Dickinson.

Binghamton City School District

Chenango Valley School District

Johnson City School District