Building UB: Our Physical Plan

North Campus

The capital projects for North Campus address some of the varying needs of this diverse campus. These capital projects will improve the environments for many faculty, students and staff by creating new housing for students, improved amenities for faculty and staff and modern teaching and learning facilities.

9/1/16
Located in the Red Jacket Quad of the Ellicott Complex on the North Campus, the Crossroads Culinary Center (C3 for short) is the university’s new residential dining center.
9/1/16
One of the largest ground-mounted solar arrays in New York State, the Solar Strand has the capacity to produce 750,000 watts of energy and also serves as an innovative outdoor classroom.
9/1/16
Designed to meet LEED “Gold” standards, this striking new building houses the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences' Computer Science and Electrical Engineering programs.
9/1/16
This new suite-style residence hall accommodates 600 students and integrate features of UB’s emerging "learning landscape."
9/1/16
Renovations of Capen and Lockwood will integrate teaching, technology, libraries, student services, dining and residences to create a new “learning landscape."
9/1/16
The new facility improves and expands capacity to serve the needs of students, faculty and staff with young children.
9/1/16
Following the migration of the School of Pharmacy to South Campus, space will be renovated to meet growing demands in basic sciences.
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New plantings, restored paving, and public art have made the central public space on North Campus more lively and inviting.
9/1/16
A major new facility near the stadium will support the UB Bulls’ drive to become more competitive in Division I athletics, especially football.