We’re open and operating in new ways to keep alumni safe. Many traditional events, and some exciting new programs, are now offered virtually! We’re here for you now and always.
When Lisa Khoury (BA ’14) was 24, she quit her job as a TV news producer to be a freelance reporter in Lebanon. She credits her time as a reporter for UB’s student newspaper, The Spectrum, for giving her the skills and the confidence to make such a bold move.
UBuffalo alumni continue the charge, showing pride in our students, and investing in them now and for the future. Watch some of the ways and reasons we stay connected.
Send us a short video or an image of you in your UB blue gear to be part of the global network of grads, friends, and fans putting their horns up, and we could feature you on our social chanels.
At UB, being bold means solving society's most complex challenges. Helping millions of people around the world accomplish what was thought to be impossible. And fostering more leaders to take the reins of the future. Together, we take pride in our place, celebrate our way, and build our bright future.