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Our research makes a difference in lives across the globe. The Strategic Strengths initiative brings together faculty from across disciplines, broadening our societal impact.

An illustrated map depicting UB's three campuses and their connectivity.

Our campus master plan is helping us create great places for a greater university from classrooms, labs and libraries to dining halls, student housing and recreational facilities. Explore our vision of a premier 21-century public research university. And help us make it happen.


UB is strategically transforming the delivery of academic support services across the university. More efficient delivery of services better supports academic excellence and creates savings that are being invested in our academic mission.

A group of students walking near Baird Point on UB's North Campus.

Realizing UB 2020 articulates UB’s mission and vision, provides planning context, focuses on institutional goals and values, and outlines several strategies which will lay the foundation for unprecedented university growth.

UB 2020 is a far-reaching plan for our continued growth as a world-class public research university.

Governor Andrew Cuomo shakes hands with SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher upon signing the NYSUNY 2020 bill.

Funds resulting from the landmark NYSUNY 2020 legislation are making a tremendous impact for critical elements of UB’s 2020 plan.

News and Announcements

Medicare Part D enrollees can learn about strategies to help them save money on their prescription drug plans at a UB event on Oct. 22 on the UB South Campus.

Vision becoming reality

Reviewing a year highlighted by breakthroughs in research, creation of cutting-edge academic programs, national awards and a major philanthropic milestone, Satish K. Tripathi told members of the UB community, alumni and friends, “Together, we have achieved incredible things.”

Court ruling could bring changes for athletes

The importance of a federal appeals court ruling that NCAA restrictions against paying college athletes violates antitrust laws “cannot be overstated,” according to UB sports law expert Nellie Drew.