Student Health Services offers healthcare services to any currently registered UB student, regardless of the type of insurance plan he/she holds.
Counseling Services assists students in resolving personal difficulties and in acquiring those skills, attitudes and resources necessary to both succeed in the college environment and pursue productive and satisfying lives.
See forms and deadlines for health insurance, and learn how you
can get a waiver if you have alternate health coverage.
Download UB campus maps, learn how to get around campus, and see
how to get to UB's South Campus, home to the School of
Parking and Transportation Services is dedicated to balancing
the demand of parking allocation and transportation alternatives to
best serve the University community. Their services include
distribution of parking hang tags, intercampus Stampede busing, and
campus shuttles. Learn about bus schedules, shuttle schedules, and
Campus Living offers both residence hall living and campus
apartment options. Campus apartments are limited to upperclassemen
and graduate students.
The CEW provides attentive, respectful readers, offers workshops on writing and writing instruction, and conducts research to guide the future development of writing practices.
The Intercultural & Diversity Center's (IDC) educates
students through programs and events that increase their
understanding of the multi-faceted aspects of diversity and the
advantages of being at the University at Buffalo, a diverse
The School of Nursing's Student Services Office, Beck Hall, is available to help navigate students through the nursing curriculum and the requirements of the University at Buffalo. Inquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sub-Board I, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation, founded by UB
students in 1970, designed to enhance the quality of student life
UB's Division of Student Affairs provides student-centered services and programs to help students delve deep into the UB academic and campus experience.
The University at Buffalo welcomes students with military experience. If you are a veteran or a qualified dependent of a veteran, there are a variety of benefits available to help you pursue your college education.