Concerts, world-renowned speakers and performances, and events that bring the community together: At UB, you’ll find a lot to do, regardless of the time of year and how much money is in your pocket. Did we mention we also have mud volleyball, farmers markets and cultural events?
UB boasts 20 NCAA Division I athletic programs that compete in the Mid-American Conference, with the exception of women’s rowing, a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. The UB Bulls play some of the top football programs in the nation. Our rugby team has hosted the national championships and our women’s rowing team is a conference champion.
UB has more than a dozen residence halls, along with five campus apartment communities. On-campus living puts you at the heart of university life, making it easier to get to class, study and meet new people. Our residential dining centers, food courts and snack shops suit every taste.
Academics are important, but there’s so much more to your UB experience. Forge lifetime friendships through clubs, Greek life and community service. Learn about yourself and the world around you through leadership and diversity groups. With more than 300 clubs and organizations, there’s something for everyone.
Stay active by joining an intramural program or club sport, or enjoying an outdoor activity. For students, UB has a wealth of services to address smoking cessation, alcohol use, stress and other health and wellness issues. Other programs are available to the entire campus community.
UB’s North Campus in suburban Amherst houses most of our
core undergraduate programs. Our South Campus is nestled in
Buffalo’s University Heights neighborhood, and our Downtown
Campus is home to cutting-edge medical research. A shuttle system
links all three, making it easy to get around.
A vibrant arts scene, quaint neighborhoods, remarkable
restaurants and an affordable cost of living are just some of the
things that make the Buffalo-Niagara region so dynamic. With
professional sports teams, picturesque parks and world-class art
galleries, there’s always something happening in the City of