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Real-world impact through community as classroom experiences

Our students graduate with the knowledge needed to lead change, advance health care, and improve health outcomes within our community and throughout the world.

Graduates are prepared for Nurse Practitioner roles in family, adult and psychiatric mental health nursing and as Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.

Our students benefit from learning opportunities in many well-known clinical, community and home care settings.

Opportunities for interprofessional education foster a highly collaborative environment between the students and faculty for the improvement of health care education.

We offer an excellent, quality, and affordable education to our students preparing them for a successful career as a professional nurse.

A "small" school with the resources of a large research university

Our students enjoy an intimate setting within the School of Nursing with the opportunity to explore university life and state-of-the-art facilities and resources.

Valuable longstanding and newly established community partnerships

The School of Nursing prides itself on fostering productive relationships with community organizations and institutions, providing students with hands-on experience and contributing to the Buffalo/WNY community that is so important to us.

Close-knit alumni network of nursing professionals

Across town, across the country or across the globe, our alumni represent an ever-growing, supportive family of nursing professionals who make remarkable contributions to the field and to future nurses.

The Nurses Report: A UB School of Nursing Blog

We all love summer vacation -- but being on vacation doesn't mean skill sharpening experiences are on hold! UB SON Traditional Class of 2017 student Maor Purnsrian explains how nursing students can make the most of their summer vacation.

Where will you be this January? Study on campus, online or overseas during UB’s convenient three-week winter session. Registration opens Oct. 1.