Academic Success Centers & Study Spaces

Need a place to study?  Academic Success Centers and study lounges are conveniently located in residential areas to support your academic success.

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With individual and group study spaces, free tutoring, computers, resource materials and trained staff right here, it's easy to see how students who live on campus have higher GPAs.

Academic Success Centers

Blake Academic Success Center Jones Academic Success Center Goodyear Academic Success Center
Ellicott Complex (167 Fillmore)
Governors Complex (basement of Clinton Hall) South Campus Halls (141 Goodyear)
Sunday
Noon to midnight

Monday-Thursday
9 a.m. to midnight

Friday
9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Saturday
Noon to 8 p.m.
Sunday-Thursday
4 p.m. to midnight
Sunday-Thursday
4 p.m. to midnight

Saturday
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Quiet study space

Individual study areas

Group study areas (can be reserved)

Computers

iPrinting

Free tutoring
Quiet study space

Free tutoring

Quiet study space

Group study rooms (multi-purpose rooms and conference room)


Computers


Printing

Free tutoring

Study Lounges—Residence Halls

Ellicott Complex

Fargo Study Lounge (452 Fargo, Building 4)

  • Quiet study space
  • Group study rooms (can be reserved)
  • Computers
  • Printing

Porter Study Lounge (261 Porter, Building 6)

  • Quiet study space
  • Group study room (can be reserved)
  • Computers

South Campus Halls

Clement Hall (first floor)

  • Quiet study space
  • Computers

Study Spaces—Apartments

All apartment residents have full access to the Academic Success Centers, free in-person and online tutoring, and other resources offered through UB. In addition, each apartment complex has a community room and a business center that can be used for quiet study spaces and group study.

To reserve the community room, please visit the main office of your apartment complex.

Additional Help

Academic Assistants are also available in some residence halls, typically in our Living Learning Communities