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3/22/17
Gain practical, hands-on experience leading group projects. Meet new people at networking opportunities across campus and throughout Buffalo. Attend leadership conferences and other professional development events.
3/13/17

Spend a day with a professional in your field to see how leadership skills can help you stand out and succeed in the workplace.

3/13/17

Earn money. Meet new people. Gain work experience that puts you ahead of the competition. As a student, these are just a few of the reasons to get a part-time or campus job.

3/13/17

Get real-world experience from a mentor in the field of student affairs, and find out if working for a college or university is the right career path for you.

3/13/17
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.
8/14/17
Make an impact on new students, develop your leadership skills and have fun introducing people to UB.
8/14/17
Are you interested in leadership and governance? Is a political career in your future? Elect Her is the only program that trains college women to run for student government and future political office.
9/12/17

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.

8/7/17
If you’re a current undergraduate student who transferred to UB, this is your opportunity to give back to the UB community and help new transfer students succeed.
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