Student Resources at UB

We're here to help you succeed. The UB student offices and resources below offer specific support during your academic journey.


Tutoring and Academic Support Services 

Services & Eligibility

  • Available to all students
  • Unlimited free tutoring at Academic Success Centers
  • Unlimited free online tutoring
  • Center for Excellence in Writing
  • Other tutoring resources by program


Various locations.

Website: Student Tutoring 


Thomas J. Edwards Undergraduate Learning Center (Math)

  • Available to all students
  • Tutoring for 100-level Math courses

217 Baldy Hall


Website: The Learning Center


CAS Student Advisement Services

  • Assists undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences 
  • Support for planning academic trajectory, developing goals and successfully completing college careers

275 Park Hall

(716) 645-6883

Website: CAS Student Advisement Services


Health Services

  • Available to all students
  • Medical care and student health
  • Workshops and informational videos

Michael Hall 3
435 Main Street

(716) 829-2564

Website: Health Services 

Counseling Services

  • Available to all students
  • Free individual and group counseling
  • Workshops
  • Crisis intervention
  • Information for international students

120 Richmond Quad
Ellicott Complex

(716) 645-2720

Website: Counseling Services

Crisis Services: 716-834-3131

Student Life Emergency Funds

  • Available to all students
  • Awards grants to eligible students who are experiencing an unforeseen hardship that could impact their ability to remain enrolled in school

520 Capen Hall

Website: Emergency Funds


Judicial Affairs and Student Advocacy

  • Available to all students
  • Refer students who are exhibiting concerning or disruptive behavior, or a student in distress
  • Enforce UB rules, regulations, and policies
  • Mediation services
  • Student advocacy

9 Norton Hall


Website: Judicial Affairs


Cora P. Maloney Center Student Support Services


  • Available to low-income, first generation, or students with disabilities. US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Working on first bachelor’s degree (or equivalent). 
  • Tutoring and academic coaching
  • Grant funding
  • Workshops and events
  • Peer mentoring
  • Borrow laptops

215 Norton Hall


Website: CPMC

Students must apply online.

International Student Services

  • Available to international students   
  • Information for getting started at UB as newly admitted students
  • Immigration and visa
  • Social security and income tax
  • Cultural information and life in Buffalo and at UB
  • Workshops and events

210 Talbert Hall


Website: ISS

Veterans Services

  • Available to veterans
  • Veterans lounge
  • Navigate benefits and services
  • UB Student Veterans Association

101 Allen Hall


Website: Veterans Services

Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

  • All students. Students may file complaints or seek assistance and accommodations.
  • Ensures compliance with UB’s policies covering discrimination, harassment, accommodations, equal opportunity, and child protection

406 Capen Hall


Website: EDI