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If you are a graduate of the University at Buffalo, you already are a member! As of October 2015, the UB Alumni Association no longer requires membership dues. This no-fee membership program allows the Alumni Association and the Office of Alumni Engagement to better serve all of our alumni worldwide.
Visit this page for details. If you are a life member of the alumni association, please contact Janice Vecchio by email at email@example.com or phone at 1-800-284-5382 and she will process the request for you.
The Office of Alumni Engagement is in Harriman Hall on the South (Main Street) Campus.
University at Buffalo
Office of Alumni Engagement
201 Harriman Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214
Did you graduate in May 2014 or later?
You automatically keep your UBMail; your account will remain active as long as you log in to your UBMail at least once every 90 days. If you do not log in at least once every 90 days, your UBMail will be deactivated. You may opt-in again using this form to regain access to UBMail at any time.
Did you graduate between January 1998 and February 2014?
To activate your UBMail powered by Google, you’ll need to opt-in here. If you are an alumnus employed by UB or a current student, you will simply continue using your UBmail.
Did you graduate before 1998 and do you already have a UBITName?
You can opt in or reactivate UBMail by using this form. If you don’t remember your UBMail password, learn how to reset it. Faculty and staff are not eligible for UBMail Powered by Google, even if they are alumni.
Did you work for UB?
UB employees who are leaving the university and who are also alumni may opt-in to keep their UBMail. Once your faculty or staff status has been terminated, consult your support staff to have your mailbox converted to UBMail Powered by Google.
Our records may indicate that you requested not to receive any communication from UB, or we may have outdated contact information for you. If you would like to start receiving information from UB, contact us. When you do, you also can register on UB Connect, the online community exclusively for UB alumni.
Whenever you have a change to your contact information (home or email address, job title, phone number, work address), you can make updates through UB Connect, the online community exclusively for UB alumni. All you have to do is register, find your profile and make your updates. Or contact us and we will be happy to update your record for you.
Contact the Office of Alumni Engagement and we will update your record. There may be a brief delay before your request goes into effect; you may continue to receive communication for several weeks. Please note that some UB entities may still send you communication if they do not utilize the Office of Alumni Engagement database.
Search for your name using last name and first initial only. If your name has changed since you graduated, try searching by your student last name. If you still have trouble, contact us.
There are a number of ways for alumni to submit class notes and digital photos.
If you are a UB alumnus and the news is about you, you may post the information as a class note on UB Connect or send it to us using one of the methods listed above. If you are submitting a news release on behalf of a UB alumnus (for example, you represent the company a UB alumnus works for), you may email it and the note will be considered for publication in the alumni magazine.
Yes, the UBAA offers three scholarships: The Willie R. Evans UBAA Legacy Scholarship, the J. Scott Fleming Student-to-Student Scholarship and the UBAA Alumnae Scholarship. Learn more about scholarships.