Even when classes aren’t in session, you can stay in UB’s on-campus residence halls and apartments. Whether you’re taking Winter Session classes, you have a summer internship or it’s too far to go home for break, we make it easy for you to stay on campus.
On-campus housing during UB’s break periods (fall, winter and spring) and Winter Session is typically available for students who have an academic or unavoidable reason to stay on campus. These reasons include (but are not limited to):
Please note that because very few students stay on campus during break, many services (including transportation, meal and mail services) are very limited during break.
Living at UB for the summer lets you avoid the hassles of off-campus sub-leases and long-term commitments.
If you’re an international student or have other circumstances that require you to arrive before the start of the semester, you may qualify for early arrival housing. Learn more about early arrivals.
Summer housing in the residence halls is typically available for:
Apartments are typically not available for short-term rental. However, we do have limited space in some of our apartments. UB students may be able to sub-rent one of these apartments for June and July (not August). Please contact the village office for details.
If you live in one of the following apartments you will have a full-year (late August—end July) housing agreement, which allows you to stay for the summer.
UB students who have a current apartment agreement that ends in May and are starting a new apartment agreement in August qualify for a special summer housing opportunity in the residence halls. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.