You always have a real person to talk to when you live on campus. At UB, we’re here to help with what you need, such as getting along with your roommate and dealing with life-changing events.
One of the first people you'll meet at UB is your Resident Advisor (RA) or Community Assistant (CA).
Your RA (in the residence halls) or CA (in the apartments) is an experienced UB student—typically an upperclass or graduate student—who lives on your floor, in your building or in your apartment complex. They're the first person you should talk to when you have a question, need help with a problem, or want to get more out of living on campus.
Get help managing college—and life—by focusing on your emotional well-being. We offer individual and group counseling, self-help resources and crisis intervention.
120 Richmond Quad - Ellicott Complex
Stay healthy with urgent and non-urgent medical care for students—including health screenings, clinics and immunizations—regardless of health insurance.
Learn about healthy eating and stress management, and access a wealth of resources including LGBTQ wellness services, and rape and sexual assault prevention services.
114 Student Union
Call University Police at 716-645-2222. If you live in Flickinger Court Apartments or off campus, call 911.
As part of UB, we work closely with other units on campus to help ensure that students have access to the services they need. Following are just a few of the partners we work with on a regular basis.
Providing a variety of accommodations for students with disabilities, including interpreters, assistive technology and accessible course materials.
Making the transition to UB easier by connecting new students with the people and resources they need to succeed.
Increasing student understanding of diversity by offering opportunities to celebrate differences and commonalities through classes, workshops and events.
Providing assistance with veterans’ benefits, academic policies and access to campus resources.
Supporting a safe, positive and just campus environment through regulations, mediation, advocacy and victims’ assistance programs.
Creating a safe and friendly environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors through a team of certified New York State Police Officers.
UB offers many services and resources to encourage your academic and personal success. These include advisement, tutoring, information technology instruction, life workshops, our popular UB 101 course, the vast resources of MyUB and our Finish in 4 program.
Many issues can be resolved by talking about concerns as they arise and by setting reasonable expectations for living together. If you and your roommates are still having challenges, talk to your resident advisor or community assistant, who can help you resolve roommate issues. Learn More: Roommate Relations