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Everyone can make a difference in preventing sexual violence on campus. We encourage you to understand the importance of consent, speak up when you see or hear disrespectful behavior and get involved in sexual violence prevention groups.
We all have a role to play in making UB a safe environment to live, learn, and explore. Being an empowered bystander can help us move from standing by to stepping up. It’s not always easy, but each of us can help in our own way, and we can learn skills to help in safer and more effective ways.
Helping is about five separate decisions:
Help make UB a safer place to live, work, and learn. Take the training to be an empowered bystander or join our nationally-recognized team of student leaders.
Take our Peer Education Course, UBE 110, and become a Nationally Certified Health & Wellness Peer Educator.
Request a Bystander Intervention Training for your club, organization, or area, or attend our next scheduled training.
On-campus emergencies and crime prevention, 24/7
A confidential resource who can inform you of your options and support you with every step that you decide to take
Phone: Call or text (716) 796-4399; 24-hour hotline: (716) 834-3131
Student conduct rules and regulations, and campus-wide student support
Short-term on campus mental health support
Primary, non-emergency medical care
University at Buffalo
Michael Hall, 3435 Main Street, South Campus
Buffalo, NY 14214
Phone: (716) 829-3316; Fax: (716) 829-2564
UB's Health Services is unable to provide information about the NY State Department of Health’s COVID vaccination clinics being held at Harriman Hall on UB’s South Campus. For information about these clinics, including eligibility and to make an appointment, please call the NYS Health Department’s COVID vaccine hotline phone number: 1-833-697-4829 (1-833-NYS-4-VAX) or refer to their website.
Preventative health and wellness education
Support for addressing discrimination and harassment
406 Capen Hall, North Campus
Phone: (716) 645-2266
Need to talk? The Crisis Text Line provides 24-hour support for people experiencing a mental health or situational crisis. Users are connected to a trained Crisis Counselor, who will help them develop a plan to stay safe. Messages are confidential, anonymous and secure. Data usage while texting the Crisis Text Line is free and the number will not appear on a phone bill. Text: “GOT5” to 741-741
If you or someone you know needs support dealing with the emotional, physical or legal challenges of surviving a sexual assault or other unwanted sexual experience, we can help you.