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Do you want to make more friends, get access to exclusive programs and have greater academic success? If you do, then consider one of UB’s Living Learning Communities.
Are you a student looking for wellness-related employment or volunteer opportunities? Wellness Education Services offers positions for undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students, including work study, student assistant, graduate assistant, intern and volunteer openings.
Students can be honored during Volunteer Appreciation Week — and receive service cords for graduation — when you complete 500 hours of service while attending UB.
Recognize October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month — and take a stand against dating violence  — by wearing a purple bandana to support those affected by domestic violence.
Celebrate the fascinating differences (and surprising commonalities) of people and cultures from around the world.

The University Council serves as the primary oversight and advisory board to the University at Buffalo and its president and senior officers. This student representative sits on a 10-member board (the others are appointed by the governor of the State of New York) and serves as the voice for all UB students.


Ready to take the next steps as a leader? The PEAK program is a comprehensive, customizable path that lets you build stronger relationships with other on-campus leaders, study the true meaning and purpose of leadership, and practice your leadership skills through immersive, hands-on experiences.

Did you know that UB is one of the most internationally diverse universities in the United States? Come learn more about different cultures — and get a free dessert — at Dessert Hours. These fun, informal social events are held throughout the semester.

Whether you’re excited to get started, a bit nervous — or both — we understand. Welcome Weekend is the second part of your New to UB experience the weekend before fall semester classes start. It is your time to settle in and get to know UB.

Does your student group have an idea for a program to promote healthy lifestyles, prevent suicide or reduce harmful behaviors such as high-risk drinking? If so, your organization may be eligible for grant money to design a program for students.
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